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Rose Center for Earth and Space
200 Central Park W
"Doing both the Planetarium and the Museum in one day is a little daunting... and very tiring. Make them separate trips or go early on a weekday."
Creatures of Light at the American Museum of Natural History
"Was not impressed with this exhibit. It would have been just as informative and more fun to stay home and watch a colorful documentary on the same subject. Very few live exhibits."
"It's amazing. But as many signatures item, it overhelms a bit the whole museum. What I mean is: go to natural history museum for itself, and enjoy t-rex as one of many item there."
Akeley Hall of African Mammals
"Not the greatest section. Best to go to zoo for this category of animals."
Hall Of Primates
"Bathroom right before exit near gift shop!"
Guggenheim Hall Of Minerals
"Has almost every mineral you can think of and more"
200 Central Park W (inside American Museum of Natural History)
"Beautiful from the outside, amazing from the inside. Great experience all around. P.s. The seats are way too comfortable. Don't go if you are tired or you will end up sleeping during the show."
Burgers · $
366 Columbus Ave (at W 77th St)
"I absolutely love the Smoke Shack Burger. Get the cheese fries (to go) and they'll put the sauce on the side for dipping!"
American Museum of Natural History
200 Central Park W (btwn W 77th & W 81st St)
"Wonderful museum, easily spend a whole day here! Blue whale is a must-see! All animal displays are amazing too."
Created by Jeffrey Zeldman97 items • 1 follower
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Created by Richard Torres200 items • 120 followers
Fun wish list
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Milstein Hall of Ocean Life 200 Central Park W
Hall Of Biodiversity 200 Central Park W
Blue Whale 200 Central Park W
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