It happened to rain on the day we went. When we arrived at the door, all eyes were full of people and umbrellas. Our tickets are given by others. If we buy them by ourselves, they are 25 dollars a ticket. Ticket change, security check, loan guide (7 knives each), it's afternoon when you can see it formally. Looking at the crowds gathering in the hall, I regret not getting up earlier and starting early. With last year's experience in the Louvre, this year, from the point of view of most want to see, no longer waste time on things that do not interest you. As a result, it took me several hours to see only the European paintings, and my physical strength was apparently exhausted. Although the metropolis does not have to send bags compulsorily, there are staff everywhere reminding visitors carrying shoulder bags to put them on their chest. I guess there are two possible reasons: one is theft; the other is to protect the exhibits from being damaged by backpacks. If you're hungry, there are several restaurants at different prices in the museum. I went to cafeteria in ground floor, a salad and pasta dish weighed, which cost 25 knives, and the point is that it's not delicious. There are still some things you want to see and don't see. Wait till next time. You'll definitely go to New York again in two or three years.