Here are some additional photos of our trip to the Cloisters and the St. Frances Cabrini Shrine.
Gate near the main entrance. Watching it raise and lower called to mind a time gone by. I don't think they had fireplugs in the middle ages though.
The imposing appearance of The Cloisters from main entrance walkway.
An interior door with candle stand c. 14th century. Most of the doors were decidedly smaller than modern doors; we've grown bigger over the centuries.
The Annunciation Triptych by Robert Campin
We gathered in a recreation of a 14th Century Spanish Church
The painted, wooden corpus is that of Christ the King.
St. Frances Cabrini's remains rest under the main altar at her shrine which is nearby The Cloisters.