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Metropolitan Museum of Art Offers 'Workout' Tour

Metropolitan Museum of Art Offers 'Workout' Tour

Maybe you've visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City before—but you've never visited it like this. Right now, the Met is experimenting with a "Museum Workout," defined as "part performance, part workout, part art tour."

Here's how it works: A small group comes together at the museum before it opens, then ...

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