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American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History , could be a must especially if they are children. It was founded in 1869 and has over thirty million objects .

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History

I make 25 buildings, all interconnected, where 46 showrooms, a great library and research laboratories spread.

There are temporary and permanent exhibitions.

Among the permanent exhibitions are the Halls of Dinosaurs , the room Minerals and Gems , the room of the Life Ocean – where is suspended an enormous whale – the planetary Rose Center for Earth & amp; Space or Butterfly Conservancy with over 600 butterflies from all over the world.

American Natural History Museum

American Natural History Museum

Location of the American Museum of Natural History

Location of the American Museum of Natural History

Location: 200 Central Park West and 79th St.
Time: from 10.00 to 17.45. Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Entry Fee: around $ 30, with discounts for seniors, children and students. Free with the New York Pass .
How to get there: Station Subway 81 St – Museum of Natural History (B, C).
About Central Park , Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum , Museum of the city of new York , MET , fifth Avenue , Cathedral Church of St John the Divine .

 

 

Council to visit the American Museum of Natural History

For jump queues and not waste time, it is best to buy the post so Advance .

You can buy the entrance advance for the Natural History Museum here .

Or you can buy the New York Pass that gives free access to this museum and 70 other attractions.

One of the free 50 stops New York Tourist Bus , and the New York Freestyle Package 72 hours can enter Free to the museum.

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Additional Information

Official Website of the Natural History Museum