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New York Hall Of Science
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Bug out with ‪#‎LittleMakers‬ by creating a home for our creepy crawly friends! May 29 – http://bit.ly/1OJA2YQ
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Brick Fest Live returns next month for a week long ultimate ‪#‎LEGO‬ fan experience. http://bit.ly/1OBI06i
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Explore the art, science and storytelling of animation with #MakerSpace this Saturday, May 21 as you create a short animated movie using stop motion. bit.ly/1XfLZMG 
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A free evening for high school and college students to explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Get career advice by networking with professionals, internship opportunities, resume tips, learn about software development, tech hacktivities, a live band and more!

Don't miss out on the biggest STEM Night with over 30 STEM-related organizations participating at this event. RSVP Now! – http://bit.ly/1W5wrvx
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Join us this Firday, May 6 for our After Dark event for a chance to view the night sky through a variety of telescopes. Ages 21 & older. – http://bit.ly/26M2XGQ
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Enjoy a night at the museum for a unique experience during our ‪#‎NYSCI‬ After Dark event. Adults will have the opportunity to meet local astronomers, view the night sky through a variety of telescopes, explore our exhibits and more!

Friday, May 6; 7 – 10 pm http://bit.ly/26M2XGQ
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Create and personalize your own notebook with #MakerSpace‬ this Saturday, May 28. http://bit.ly/1OJyAFC
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#LittleMakers can play with play dough and eat it too. Make Edible Play Dough this Sunday, May 22. | http://bit.ly/1OwiVcQ
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#LittleMakers create Tie Dye Fab(ric) using colorful swirls and groovy patterns. This Sunday, May 15; 10:30 am – 12:30 pm. http://bit.ly/1NrYeE1
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Join #MakerSpace this weekend to create your own short animated movie using stop motion. http://bit.ly/23sqfgh
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Are you ready for the biggest #STEM event hosted at #‎NYSCI‬? The STEM Career Expo highlights organizations, colleges, universities, professionals and companies involved in science, technology, engineering and math. This means more activities, music, food and fun!

Designed for high school and college students.

RSVP now for this FREE event!
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Explore simple machines with #MakerSpace as you create mechanical cardboard toys that move and dance. Saturday, April 30 – http://bit.ly/26BS4Yb
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47-01 111th St Queens, NY 11368
47-01 111th StreetUSNew York11368
(718) 699-0005nysci.org
Science MuseumToday 9:30AM–5PM
Friday 9:30AM–5PMSaturday 10AM–6PMSunday 10AM–6PMMonday 9:30AM–5PMTuesday 9:30AM–5PMWednesday 9:30AM–5PMThursday 9:30AM–5PM
The New York Hall of Science is New York City's hands-on science and technology center, featuring more than 450 exhibits.
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This former 1964 World's Fair pavilion now houses more than 450 interactive science & tech exhibits.- Google
"Very spacious location great for world-known events like World Maker Faire."
"Outdoors you find even more interactive activities including a mini golf course."
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Rachel Motieram
in the last week
Well on my hall of science trip it was amazing so many cool things great for kids recommend more for schools and when you go with family it can be even more fun . I said "recommend for school's " is because it helps kids learn about the scientific learning ability. What I really mean is it help kids , adults , toddlers , even scientist learn. It has a dinning room . Which is beautiful . And a amazing gift shop which has scientific things like garbage grabbers to help clean up the earth , maps , test tube , Goggles , and lab coats . They also have things for kids to play with such as a flashlight , the bean boozle challenge , teddy bears , and pencils . They have many more thing scientific or not . They have a place where they sell food and drinks for a cheap price also ice cream . I bought a big carton of ice cream for 50 cents . This place is the best coming from me , my family , and all of my friends. And more people
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Genesis Porras
a week ago
Good place to get out of the ruting... Had so much fun... If you are on new York, follow me on instagram @porrasgene I'll let you know what places to go
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Barry Lee
a week ago
Really nice place to learn about science in general! Great for all ages but geared towards students! Staff is all friendly and super helpful.
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Vladimir Joseph
a month ago
It was really open and amazing such wealth of information whether you're an adult or kid you will find the visit worthwhile. Their mini golf is pretty cool too.
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Jennifer Kiang
a week ago
This review is strictly for the current membership department. The museum itself is wonderful and membership with its reciprocity with other childrens/science museums makes the cost well worth it. However, this time around I am having severe issues with receiving my membership card. I paid my dues in February, and printed a temporary card with the confirmation email I received and brought the kids. Then months passed and I realized I never received my actual card so I followed up with a friendly email. No response. Since then, I've called the museum about once a week for about 3 weeks, and have emailed membership twice more and have yet to receive any type of response from them, which I find very unprofessional. I was hoping to use the reciprocal program in another state's science museum but because I did not have my card I had to pay full price.
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Response from the owner - a week ago
Ms. Kiang, thank you for taking time to share your feedback. Our records indicate that a card was mailed to the address you listed on your membership application. A member of our team will contact you to confirm the correct info is on file and a replacement card will be mailed. We will also extend your membership an additional month in recognition of the frustration you have experienced. Please also know that we did not receive the emails you mentioned sending to us, so thank you for posting this feedback here and giving us an opportunity to fix the problem.
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Timothy Kreider
in the last week
This is a wonderful place to take children. It has many interesting things to do and a few videos.
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Andrew Nguyen
a month ago
Love this place. Very educational and fun to explore. The entrance to the museum isn't that bad and they offer free parking to members.
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David Shane
a month ago
I go here every year for the Maker Faire. It's a great place to spend time with friends and it's good for all ages. It's also close to parks and other museums.