American Museum of Natural History
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Visit New York’s American Museum of Natural History to see a variety of exhibitions. The museum is located in the center of Manhattan and borders the beautiful Central Park. If you buy the Super Saver package, it will include admission into the museum as well as the ability to enter other exhibits depending on your ticket selection.
There are a variety of ticket types to choose from, each of them allowing for a different experience at the museum. With base admission, guests will be able to explore the museum and all of its exhibits. With the American Museum of Natural History Admission Plus One, guests can choose one paid attraction from Sharks, Serengeti, and Worlds Beyond Earth. Finally, with the American Museum of Natural History Super Saver Ticket, guests can explore all three additional paid displays.
About the Museum's History
The American Museum of Natural History was created to promote scientific and cultural exploration and education. Since its founding in 1869, the museum has been involved with expeditions to the Congo, Siberia, and the North Pole. The museum’s exhibits and collections are reflective of the planet and its cultures. Get a glimpse of different cultures and scientific collections when you stroll through the American Museum of Natural History. See exhibits featuring the Amazon, and the oceans, and visit the Titanosaur during your visit to the museum.
Permanent Halls and Exhibitions
These exhibits are always available no matter the time you visit the museum. Here, guests will be able to enjoy a look into the natural wonders of the world. Do not miss out on a fun adventure!
Biodiversity and Environmental Halls
With the help of these many exhibitions and halls, discover the incredible biodiversity of the planet. Here, there are halls for the Northwest Coast, the Felix M. Warburg Hall of New York State Environment, the Irma and Paul Milstein Family Hall of Ocean Life, the Hall of Biodiversity, the Hall of North American Forests, and more. The enormous blue whale model, 750 aquatic species, mountains, lakes, the Spectrum of Light Show, and much more are just a few of the sights you may experience here.
Birds, Reptiles, and Amphibian Halls
With these intriguing displays devoted to birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians, you may explore the land, the sea, and the skies. Visitors can explore the Leonard C. Sanford Hall of North American Birds, the Hall of Reptiles and Amphibians, the Hall of Birds of the World, and the Hall of New York City Birds here. See specimens include komodo dragons, penguins, pigeons, hawks, and eagles with intriguing dioramas, mounts, and infographics.
Earth and Planetary Sciences Halls
In these intriguing halls, you can learn everything about Earth and space. The Arthur Ross Hall of Meteorites and the Allison and Roberto Mignone Halls of Gems and Minerals are included in this section. Discover more than 120 actual meteorites, including the Cape York Meteorite, as well as brilliant diamonds and natural minerals (Ahnighito).
At these fascinating fossil halls, travel across time. Visitors can view famous fossils including the T-rex, a mammoth, and triceratops in this location. There are so many incredible things to discover and see! The Miriam and Ira D Wallach Orientation Center, the Paul and Irma Milstein Hall of Advanced Mammals, the Hall of Ornithischian Dinosaurs, the Hall of Primitive Mammals, the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs, and the Hall of Vertebrae Origins are among the halls.
Appreciate the beauty of the world with a look at the Grand Gallery. This portion of the museum has some dazzling specimens on display. Visitors will be able to admire ammonite, jadeite jade, trilobites, and more.
Human Origins and Cultural Halls
With the help of these halls, learn about human culture and the process of human evolution. Through these fascinating exhibits, which include cultural artifacts and information, you can learn about cultures from Asia to Africa. Northwest Coast Hall, Hall of Mexico and Central America, Hall of African Peoples, Gardner D. Stout Hall of Asian Peoples, Hall of Eastern Woodlands, Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, Margaret Mead Hall of Pacific Peoples, Hall of the Great Plains, and Hall of South American Peoples are among the halls located here.
Get a new appreciation for the animal world with these awesome halls. These halls include the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals, Akeley Hall of African Mammals, Hall of Asian Mammals, Hall of New York State Mammals, Hall of Primates, Hall of Small Mammals, and more. Some animals you'll see here include buffalo, cheetahs, and elephants.
Both educational and entertaining, The American Museum of Natural History is a real hit with adults and children alike. Add this popular Manhattan attraction to your New York itinerary for a day of family fun.
|American Museum of Natural History General Admission Ticket|
|Available Now until 11/30/2024 View Detailed Schedule|
|General admission ticket for American Museum of Natural History includes all of the permanent exhibits. Explore natural specimens, fascinating dioramas, and more!|
|American Museum of Natural History Admission Plus One|
|Available Now until 11/30/2024 View Detailed Schedule|
|Guests will be able to explore all of the great exhibits at the American Museum of Natural History. With this ticket, they can also choose from one of the following paid exhibits: Worlds Beyond Earth (Hayden Planetarium Space Show), Serengeti (giant-screen film dedicated to this famed place in Tanzania), and Sharks, an amazing display featuring life-sized models and interactive exhibits.|
- Approximately how long could a customer plan to spend at American Museum of Natural History?
Most visitors spend approximately 4 hours exploring the museum.
- Is American Museum of Natural History handicap accessible?
- Is photography & video recording allowed?
- For what ages is American Museum of Natural History appropriate?
It is great for all ages!