New York Hall Of Science - Gift Shop

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  • Address: 47-01 111th St, Corona, NY 11368, USA, New York City, United States
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  • Phone: +1-7186990005
  • Tags: Museums

New York Hall of Science is a museum located in the Flushing Meadows Park in New York City. Established in 1964 as a part of the 1964 World's Fair held at the park, the museum has expanded significantly over the years. It has hosted numerous travelling exhibits and also has hundreds of permanent displays. These displays focus on explaining the concepts of physics, chemistry, and biology. Interactive activities and enthusiastic staff will help you understand the information in a better way. There is also a shop on the premises where you can buy lovely souvenirs. A perfect place to spend some time with children, consider visiting this museum for a couple of hours.

How to Reach New York Hall Of Science - Gift Shop

  • Bus Q48 to Roosevelt Av/111 St bus stop
  • Subway to 111 St station

  • New York Hall Of Science - Gift Shop Address: 47-01 111th St, Corona, NY 11368, USA, New York City, United States
  • New York Hall Of Science - Gift Shop Contact Number: +1-7186990005
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New York Hall Of Science - Gift Shop Reviews & Ratings

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  • Awesome place to visit- school trip with my first graders. There are lots of activities for the kids to participate in and learn from. I particularly liked the childbirth display because kids need to learn about that too. I loved the budgies as well, the kids were fascinated with these tiny birds. They were organized and each class had their designated buns for storage, time to eat as well as place to eat. There were kid friendly bathrooms everywhere which is very convenient for kids of all ages. It was my first experience and a great one.

  • It's got some really neat exhibits, but several were not working and the whole place is in dire need of a deep cleaning! Several exhibits had a half inch thick of dust on top. My son is 13, this is definitely geared towards younger kids. Overall we had a nice time.

  • It is a great place for adults and children. They had a toddler play area on the first floor. I wish they had more stuff for toddlers. Everything else is mostly for older kids 5 and up I would say. They have an outdoor park which is not very big and they charge you $10 a person which I think is a little too much. If it was free It would be much better. All in all its a great place to visit either by yourself or with kids.

  • My son LOVES this place! We purchased the yearly membership and it has paid for itself through the reciprocal program which enable you to visit a host of other museums across the country for FREE. I have already used it to visit museums in Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina and saved big bucks on admission fees and special programs and events (ALL FREE!!). I gathered my son along with his cousins and took them to so many places. In addition, some places will offer free or reduced parking which is fantastic in major cities where parking is astronomical. If traveling, always check to see if a museum is on the list. You will be surprised at how many are!

  • Great place to hang out with your kids. We recently became members and every time we go, exhibits rotate and there is always something new to discover. Makers place in the ‘basement’ is great for kids to explore and create with different themes. Rubber bands art wall, blocks, huge blocks, creating moving robots. Love this place

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