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New York Hall Of Science
Science Museum
Today 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
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47-01 111th St Corona, NY 11368
47-01 111th StreetUSNew York11368
(718) 699-0005nysci.org
Science MuseumToday 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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 Worlds Fair pavilion now houses more than 450 interactive science & tech exhibits.- Google
"Maker Faire 2013 a great experience for young and old."
20 reviewers
"Outdoors you find even more interactive activities including a mini golf course."
6 reviewers
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IVANA KLEIN
a month ago
AWESOME INTERESTING FOR US PARENTS AND KIDS ALIKE! We took the kids during the free hours of 10-11amon.sunday and we had a blast! There are so many different events and activities we couldnt even get to everything in time and him being in the military every moment counts so this was a fantastic decision! Its my sons birthday this weekend and ill be taking him there!!!!!
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Jocelyn Santiago
a month ago
There's alot of fun things to do there's a colorful smoke well and a powered bike if im not confused
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Kata Rina
6 months ago
Why not spend a day with science? Adults turn into kids and kids into scientists. Something to discover for anyone. This is a hands on museum with so much to do and see, you will need a whole day. What I loved about this place is that the exhibits are actually working, well kept and clean. There is a cafe and a museum shop of course. The penny crushers were out of service. Outdoors you find even more interactive activities including a mini golf course.
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Jeremy Pack
2 months ago
The boys loved it, and it was hard to get them to leave when we had to head home. Lots of interesting interactive exhibits.
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Ori Boyum
2 weeks ago
Wonderful place to take children of any age. They've got all sorts of neat experiments and hands-on stuff to enjoy and a large maker space down below where you can build. My kids particularly like building structures with dowels and rubber bands in the "Sandbox".
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Jeongwoon Eun
6 months ago
If it wasn't for the Maker Faire festival I would of missed my opportunity to go to the museum. I was fortunate to see the museum and also watch the fair. Wow. The museum is extremely fun. Kids would love to learn science after they come over here. If you are interested in listening to speakers the museum has a auditorium. The sound is loud and clear and the seats are comfortable. Pro- there is parking Con- lines can be long, lunch at the museum is not the best.
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Diana Jelinek
7 months ago
A well kept secret, easily reachable by subway to Flushing. I took my grandson, aged 8, there the other day. I was delighted by the amount of information disseminated by video and other means and particularly liked how many participatory exhibits they had to illustrate various scientific facts and to keep young children entertained. We finished by going downstairs to the Happy City crafts place and making things out of paper, with add on little lights, which my grandson thought would make the city a happier place. There is also a really difficult but fun miniature golf course. The only downside - the food choices in the cafeteria for lunch
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Igal Balaban
4 months ago
it was amazing but i went there on a trip so don't think about what things to do! most things are for single people, not groups. the lines were also huge