Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Admission: Ticket required
Free Admission: Friday from 2pm to 5pm and Sunday from 10am to 11am.
There is a free time from September to June
Library Schedule: Thursday - Friday: 12:30pm – 5:00p.m.
Saturday: 12:30pm – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
he Hall of Science is one of the few structures that survived the World Fair in New York in 1964 at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, is the only interactive science center with more than 400 devices that explore the field of biology, chemistry and physics, where children and teenagers can see two NASA rockets on display in the gardens outside the museum, one of them is a titan and the other an Atlas were the attraction of the 1964 World's Fair. Exposure Math was designed by IBM.
The museum also has a special area for the youngest, preschool children.
You should arrive early, especially during school vacation weeks. To get there take the 7 train to the stop 111 and walk three blocks south to Roosevelt Avenue. Bus - Stop the Q23 and Q58 Corona Avenue and 108th Street. The P48 stops at 111th Street and Roosevelt Avenue
Shop in the store it offers a variety of gifts for science lovers for all ages. You can buy online or call 718-699-0005 ext. 443
Schedule: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Seven days a week
Closes the first Wednesday of the month at 2:30 pm
Admission: Requires to pay for the Admission
Its first museum in United States dedicated to mathematics, has more than 30 exhibitions, each of them are interactive and colorful. Visitors can create fractals video with their own bodies passing in front of a camera that multiplies its form, children can ride a tricycle with square wheels that manages to roll gently by a specially curved track. And the cold and mysterious connections between numbers that are revealed in a multiplication experiment of 7 meters high, occupying the main staircase.
MoMath has innovative exhibitions involving people from all ages but with a special emphasis on activities for children and youth.
Schedule: Tuesday - Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Friday - 12:00 pm. to 7:30 pm
Saturday - 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Admission: Admission is free
It is a museum dedicated to American folk art and self-taught artists, is next to a big museum like the MOMA, that it doesn’t opaque, if it looks small from the outside, it has 5 floors. If you like folklore, worth a visit, you can make the tour in two hours, works by self-taught artists creating quilts, portraits, sculptures, photographs, you will be amazed at what can be created with the humblest materials.
It encourages groups of adults self-guided to explore the museum as individual visitors; note that external teachers are not allowed.
There is no charge for self-guided groups, but reservations for groups of more than 10 people is required, with a maximum of 30 participants, reserving at least 4 weeks before the visit.
The Museum offers free guides families to use together galleries, ask at reception and a free copy and pencil to use. If you want to draw by yourself, only pencils are allowed in the galleries.
Baby strollers are allowed in all the galleries of museums. Alternatively, you can choose to take a carrier, and getting strollers to store in wardrobe area or adjacent to the locker room area. Backpacks and larger bags should be left at the box office of the museum.
There is a coffee shop on the second floor and bathrooms for those who can not climb stairs.
Schedule: Open daily 10am to 5pm
Closed major holidays
In order to give recognition to all these heroes dressed in red, Fire Museum of New York was created. Housed in a former fire station dating from 1904, it is visited by more than 40,000 people annually. Retired firefighters are responsible for providing guided tours, telling their experiences helped by the impressive collection.
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Exhibitions and collections: It has more than 10 thousand objects, among which is an engine fire considered the oldest in North America, we see hats, helmets, belts, films, documentaries, flashlights, tools, cars, engines, trumpet, rattles, used before the civil war. It has a memorial to the 343 firefighters who died in the 9/11 attacks as artifacts recovered from the World Trade Center.
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Schedule: Every day from 10 a.m.-05: 45 pm.
Admission: Differential rates according to the tours and schedule
By donation Fridays from 6pm to 8pm
Children from 5 to 13 years have free admission
Museum of Natural History, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is one of the largest and most famous museums in the world, you must enter through the 79th Street from Central Park, the Museum consists of 25 interconnected buildings housing 46 permanent exhibition halls, research laboratories, and its famous library, which is one of the leading scientific and cultural institutions in the world.
Since 1869, the Museum has advanced its global mission “to discover, interpret and disseminate information about human cultures, nature and the universe” through an extensive program of scientific research, education, and exhibition.
The collection of the Museum of Natural History is made up of more than 35 million items and is considered the largest in the world. For lack of space and time of visitors, not all objects are exposed at the same time.
Hours: Tuesday to Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturdays and Sundays 11am - 5pm
Mondays and holidays closed
The New York Transit Museum located in an old station is one of the leading institutions of its kind in the world and the largest museum in the United States dedicated to urban public transportation history; shows historical artifacts of the New York City Subway, bus, commuter rail, bridge and tunnel systems. Visitors can learn how complex engineering and construction helped establish the system of the city's subway. The museum explores the development of the metropolitan region of New York through the presentation of exhibitions, excursions, educational programs and workshops on the cultural, social and technological history of public transportation.
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You enter: The ticket's price vary by age and some people have free access. For more information click here.
Hours: Sunday to Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 7pm
It is a great destination for children, the Children’s Museum of Manhattan stresses children's education, music, health, creativity, science, and world cultures through authentic surroundings of interactive exhibits, performances, classes, workshops, and sponsored by the Museum where kids have fun while learning festivals. Has 5 floors of which 3 are dedicated to less than 6 years old, the other two are for all ages.
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Schedule: Monday - Thursday 10:00am - 4pm
Closed Friday and Saturday
Sunday 10:00am. to 5:30pm.
The Jewish Children's Museum is the largest of its kind in the United States, explores Jewish history and heritage in a stimulating and interactive environment through exhibitions festivals, biblical history, the land of Israel, contemporary Jewish life among many others. Through innovative technology and multimedia, Jewish history and values come to life in the museum.
We can find an art gallery, two computer labs with the latest technology, a game show studio, an audiovisual room with 75 seats, a miniature golf course and a craft.
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 11 AM to 5PM
Saturday - Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
Located in the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, opened in 1976, The Children's Museum Staten Island highlights the explorer and scientist of all children in a practical and interactive way. It also has workshops aimed at stimulating the creative and innovative spirit children functions.
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Exhibits and activities: It is home to a variety of exhibitions, programs, special events and recreational activities, where children can spend the day testing their imagination and learning about the world around them, such as using an exoskeleton an ant and pass through a human-sized ant imagining the lives of these. If you want to view your current activities and exhibitions you can click here.
Hours: Monday 12pm - 5pm
Thursday - Friday 12pm - 6pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
The Children’s Museum of the Arts provides stimulating exhibitions and interactive programs for children between 10 months and 15 years, encouraging them to develop their creative potential through visual and performing arts with over 2000 children's art pieces. The museum emphasizes inclusion, aimed at integrating children with special needs and their families
The CMA is similar to an art studio focused on children. The exhibits are actually working spaces where children can experiment with creating your own art, using a set of materials to sculpt and make collages. With a large amount of materials and different exhibitions at the CMA, your visit can last several hours.
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