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: From April to October: Tuesdays to Sundays
From 8am. to 6pm.
From November to March
From 8am. to 4:30 pm
Admission: Ticket is required
Free admission: From April to October
Wednesdays 3 - 6 pm and Sundays from 4 to 6 pm
November to March free entrance
The Queens Botanical Garden near the park Flushing Meadows Corona, both were created for the Universal Exhibition of 1939, has a huge collection of gardens and plants for the study and exhibition, themed gardens, which also offers a shop in the garden with botanicals.
Continuously public activities and celebrations are going on during the day. Parking is located on Avenida Crommelin.
If you like Tai-chi practice, you can do it from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at the Oak Allée.
For safety and enjoyment of visitors is not allowed:
Bicycles, skates, skateboards, scooters or other devices
Playing with balls, sledding or kite flying.
Because of the sun, shirts are required at all times.
Pick flowers or plants, climbing or damaging trees
Hang clothes or other items in the trees and shrubs
Walking or playing in the garden beds
It is not allowed Picnics, blankets, coolers, barbecues or open fires.
Pets are only allowed if they are guide dogs
Commercial photography, unless previously agreed with staff
Smoking is not permitted anywhere including the Queens Botanical Garden
Please help us keep the clean and beautiful garden.
Schedule: Tuesdays to Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm.
Closed on Mondays
Admission: A ticket is required
Free admission with the New York Pass
It is a botanical garden that is part of Snug Harbor Cultural Center, is located on Staten Island, is a glass building, over 20 gardens that live there, stands the authentic Chinese garden of the Ming Dynasty, to reach the Secret Garden is passed a drawbridge across the moat, you have to go through a three-story castle and try not to get lost in the maze. The Rose Garden contains roses from all around the world. Among the different types of gardens you can find butterflies, herbs, sensory, French herbs, and greenhouse.
It has art galleries and art school, includes a museum of activities for children.
It’s an ideal place for a picnic on a nice sunny day, with comfortable shoes and camera take your time to relax, to get there take the train to South Ferry 1 4/5 to Bowling Green or R to Whitehall-place. Then take the ferry to Staten Island which is free. In Staten Island bus take the S40 bus to the door D along Richmond Terrace, you will be there in less than ten minutes, you can tell the driver to drop you off in Snug Harbor.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am - 6pm
Winter hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am - 5pm
The New York Botanical Garden (New York Botanical Garden) located in the Bronx, was one of the first gardens of its kind in America. It is a museum of plants, an educational institution, and scientific research organization. Founded in 1891 it has become a national historical monument, one of the largest botanical gardens in the world and the largest in the United States. Renowned for the beauty and diversity of its landscapes, as well as for the excellence of its education, science and horticulture.
With an area of one square kilometer, is home to 48 different gardens. In which you can appreciate plants, waterfalls and ponds where carried out samples of aquatic plants.
Gardens and collections: depending on the season when we visited the gardens we find different shows determined by the nature of each season, each season has its charm, you can see a sample of each by clicking here.
The park offers daily various events and programs aimed at environmental education and botany activities, you can see exhibitions and special events on the website of the garden.
Tickets: The ticket price varies according to age and date, you can check prices by clicking here. The local operator accepts both print and electronic bond bonds. If you travel with a mobile device, simply show your photo identification and present your electronic voucher on your smartphone or digital tablet.
Schedule: Tuesdays to Fridays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm
Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m. to 4:30
Closed on Mondays
Free Admission: Tuesdays
Saturday 10am to 12:00pm
(December to February)
Children under 12 years
It is located in the Park Slope neighborhood and its part of the whole plant of Prospect Park, there are three entrances to the garden, one on Eastern Parkway, next to the metro station on Washington Avenue, behind the Museum of Brooklyn on Flatbush Avenue and Empire boulevard, you can start at the Bonsai Museum, the flag with its tropical rain forest, desert flag and arid area's ecosystem.
In summer you have to visit the collection of more than 100 lotus flowers in water lilies and you can visit the Esplanade of cherry trees, has more than 40 varieties of oriental cherry, another site with Eastern philosophy is the Japanese Garden with water fountains, fish ponds. Within the garden area it is also home to the Shakespeare Garden to 80 poisonous species.
The Botanical Garden celebrates Spring Festival Japanese tradition, called Hanami where you can picnic and collect fallen petals in glasses of sake, this celebration that lasts two days and where more than 60 performances, it’s called Sakura Matsuri the best time to visit is in the morning, where is not that warm.
If you have a private and particular garden, in the specialty store, you can find all kinds of tools, seeds and species of a botanical garden.
The Garden has a rental service for family events such as weddings and anniversaries.
If you are using a car, parking is on Washington Avenue and its shared with the Brooklyn Museum.
When it is available don’t forget to take the celebrity route where you can see a tribute of figures born in Brooklyn.
Free tours every weekend at 1:00 pm.
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.