Museum of Natural History


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American Museum of Natural History
American Museum of Natural History

The world-famous New York City museum is home to 42 permanent exhibits that chronicle Earth’s evolution from the beginning of time up to the present. It’s collection of 32 million specimens help tell the fascinating story. For generations, both children and adults, both tourists and jaded New Yorkers have been mesmerized by the giant fossils in the Hall of Dinosaurs. The 94 foot long Blue Whale suspended from the rafters in the Hall of Ocean Life is a star attraction. Another must-see is the Rose Center for Earth and Space which includes the Hayden Planetarium. For wide-eyed child or serious scholar, the museum is a blast.

West 79th Street and Central Park West, Manhattan

Getting there:
B (weekdays only) or C Subway to 81st Street,
1 Subway to 79th Street

Visiting Hours
Daily from 10:00AM to 5:45PM
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

Suggested General Admission
Adults: $16
Children (2-12): $
Seniors/Students with ID: $12
Members: Free

Super Saver Admission (includes Museum,
Rose Center for Earth and Space, all Special Exhibits,
IMAX Films and Hayden Planetarium Space Show)
Adults: $32
Children (2-12): $20
Seniors/Students with ID: $24.50
Adult Members: $16
Child Members: $11.50

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