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Educators! Get involved with #STEMnight. A free event for HS and College students to network with #STEM professionals. RSVP now for STEM Night: Making for the Community. Experience what it means to be a #maker and see what career opportunities are available. Thursday, September 29; 5:30 – 8 pm. bit.ly/2bMjXXv 
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This Sunday, Sept 18 create and design your own Superhero Gadgets like Batman. http://bit.ly/2cnsXGk
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Learn about the science of magnets and see how they can be used in a fun way with #LittleMakers. Sunday, Sept 11– http://bit.ly/2cfg8uo
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Build glider planes with #LittleMakers and take to the skies this Sunday, August 28. http://bit.ly/2bUyhxg
Discover the fun of aerodynamics as you learn about the four forces of flight. Design and build your own glider plane with everyday materials. Recommended for children ages 18 months and older. Buy Tickets $8 per family, plus NYSCI admission. (Members: $5 per family.)
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STEM Night is back! RSVP now for a free night of making. Network with experts and experience what it means to be a maker. http://bit.ly/2bMjXXv
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Join us at Hudson River Park for #SubmergeNYC Marine Science Festival. A free, day-long event to celebrate local marine science and to raise awareness about our coastal waters. This Saturday, Sept 24 – http://bit.ly/2cGC1GH
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Join real scientist this Sunday for free hands-on activities on biology, genetics and other science related fields. http://bit.ly/2cjqpJh
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This is rocket science! Build and create rockets that blast off with #LittleMakers. This Sunday, Sept 4 – http://bit.ly/2bTxrRR
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Create you own Custom Stuffed Animal while learning to sew in #MakerSpace. This Sat, Aug 27 – http://bit.ly/2bSFmhz
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Let your #LittleMakers get their hands dirty while learning to construct ancient homes using mud and clay. Sunday, Aug 21 – http://bit.ly/2biClY3
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47-01 111th St Corona, NY 11368
47-01 111th StreetUSNew York11368
(718) 699-0005nysci.org
Science MuseumToday 10AM–6PM
Saturday 10AM–6PMSunday 10AM–6PMMonday 9:30AM–5PMTuesday 9:30AM–5PMWednesday 9:30AM–5PMThursday 9:30AM–5PMFriday 9:30AM–5PM
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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"
"Cool place for the K-8 set with lots of hands-on exhibits."
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Muneeb Hussain
a week ago
This is my favorite museum in New York. Most of the exhibits are hands-on and every time I go there's always something new. Great place for the entire family. Make sure you don't miss any demos. I also suggest you make time for the design labs and the science playground.
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Matey Checko
a month 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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Jose Rodriguez
a month ago
Its good you can building whatever you want u can use tools and materials you haven'nt use is very coool i love it
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Johnathan Hagen
3 weeks ago
Cool place for the K-8 set with lots of hands-on exhibits. There is even a pre-school room for younger kids. The entrance staff often leave a lot to be desired as far as customer service is concerned.
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Adrian Parkes
a month ago
Great place to come with the family. If u dont like load and pushing kids you'll be in for a treat cuz this place is loaded with them. You've be warned. None the less its great, lots of exhibits, activities, and educational reading. Its also free in friday from 2pm to 5
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Rachel Motieram
4 months ago
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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Steven Gravitz
3 weeks ago
Excellent local resource for kids. Family membership is the best value. The premium option is worth it if you plan to travel by car.
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Jennifer Kiang
4 months 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 - 4 months 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.