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Start the new year with a Blast! Join #LittleMakers in creating and launching your very own rocket. This Sunday, Jan 8 – http://bit.ly/2hOgNYK
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This Friday, Dec 9 we are exploring innovative ways of communicating science, technology, engineering and math for STEM Night. Free for HS and college students. RSVP now! – http://bit.ly/2fvZhoe
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Geeking Out – At The Geek Street Fair
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NYSCI Alumni Interview: Mohsin Raza, Aircraft Mechanic
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What's It Like Being A Female Pilot?
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Join us next week for ReMake the Holidays where each day we will be upcycling different materials to create and make what inspires you this holiday.
Dec 27 – 30 http://bit.ly/2hI9KiK
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This weekend get crafty in #MakerSpace by creating a beautiful holiday card using a desktop robotic cutting machine. http://bit.ly/2h7aPyA
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Stay warm this weekend by mixing up your own flavored hot cocoa mix with #LittleMakers. Sunday, Dec 4 – http://bit.ly/2gPgbAX
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Bring your loved ones together for our #GingerbreadHouse Building Workshops starting this weekend. Register now before spots fill up. http://bit.ly/2fVxpK9
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Get Out and Play at NYSCI
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47-01 111th St Corona, NY 11368
47-01 111th StreetUSNew York11368
(718) 699-0005nysci.org
Science MuseumToday 9:30AM–5PM
Monday 9:30AM–5PMTuesday 9:30AM–5PMWednesday 9:30AM–5PMThursday 9:30AM–5PMFriday 9:30AM–5PMSaturday 10AM–6PMSunday 10AM–6PM
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This former 1964 World's Fair pavilion now houses more than 450 interactive science & tech exhibits.- Google
"Nice place was really happy visiting the maker faire it was a gr8 experience"
"This area is good for learning more about the environment, how things work, etc."
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Jon Steiner
a month ago
For the local museum, they are awesome. They have a whole floor devoted to kids and discovery. I went into an exhibit in Ocean exploration with a replica of the Alvin submersible. They had a copy of the Friendship 7 rocket outside, which was cool. So small compared to the rockets if today.
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Fernando De Araujo / FDA
a month ago
Built as part of the 1964 World's Fair, the New York Hall of Science is a popular destination. Visitors can go through a room of mirrors or a room that slants, try to balance on a surfboard, spin wheels, make bubbles, and even take a speed gun to their fastballs Among the permanent collection are Search for Life Beyond Earth, Realm of the Atom, World of Microbes, and Secret Life of Marvelous Molecules. Don't miss the Rocket Park Mini Golf Course, which reveals that the same laws of motion and gravity that guide the path of a spaceship also control the motion of golf balls here on Earth. *****
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Moshe Eshel
2 months ago
Such an amazing experience, this place is so well organized, full of exciting and educational exhibits, the kids and adults enjoyed it immensely. We spent the entire day and could have gone on and on, we didn't even see everything there was. If you inquisitive kids , you got to go!
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Michael Kapp
3 months ago
I was here during the Maker Faire event, but the attractions on the inside were amazing. Especially, if you love science, because there are many hands on experiments you can interact with. Fun for both kids and adults (and makers). Clean facility and just about everything displayed seems functional unlike the Franklin Institute (They don't repair or replace ANYTHING).
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Derrick Garrett
a week ago
Lots of room for the kids to move around... Lots of touchable items for the kids... If you're an adult and there are kids around, get off of the toys!!! And be quick with your picture taking or I'll photobomb you and your family.
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Matey Checko
2 months ago
This place is fantastic! The room for little ones is the best. My son could play there for hours. And the entire museum is so interesting and hands on. Wonderful place!!
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ANALIE CRUZ
a week ago
Service is fast most of the time. Tons of strollers in here. Download the McDonald's app to get doscounya. The app is free .
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Suhéb Khawaja
a week ago
Great place for kids and grown ups alike. Visited with my 4 and 5 year olds and they couldn't have enough of the place. A lot of hands-on activities. Go early so they can spend maximum time.