Scoping the dino bones and then adventurously exploring the echoing halls is a classic NYC rainy day experience. We also love how the museum's size and variety means every visit can be different. Read more
Last year, to add more realism to the Hall of North American Mammals, curators added actual pronghorn freeze-dried doo-doo collected by park rangers at the real-life Elkhorn Ranch in Montana. Read more
The Full Moon Exhibition in the Rose Center contains more than 75 rarely seen photographicprints from NASA's Apollo missions to the moon and are done in both impressive scale and stunning quality. Read more
I always loved the idea of the time capsule. There’s one I mentioned at the 1939 World’s Fair site in Queens, not to be opened until 6939 AD. There’s the one in my parents’ back yard that I buried... Read more
The Rose Center encompasses the Hayden Planetarium & exhibitions that explore the vast range of sizes in the cosmos, the 13-billion-year history of the universe, the features of planet Earth & more! Read more
If you were excited by Jurassic World, you'll be excited for this. The Titanosaur is on exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History. Come and see the world's largest dinosaur for yourself. Read more
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the world’s preeminent scientific and cultural institutions. It is renowned for its exhibitions and scientific collections, which serve as a field guide to the entire planet and present a panorama of the world's cultures.