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American Museum of Natural History Admission Ticket
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American Museum of Natural History Admission Ticket

By American Museum of Natural History
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A major family attraction in New York City, the American Museum of Natural History is considered one of the world’s largest and most notable museums. Both educational and entertaining, this celebrated institution should be on everyone’s to-do list. General admission gives you access to more than 40 permanent exhibition halls, the Rose Center for Earth and Space, and the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation.
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Duration: 3–4 hours
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Highlights
  • Explore the Museum’s famous fossil halls, featuring the largest collection of dinosaur fossils in the world
  • Explore permanent exhibits and the Rose Center for Earth and Space
  • Explore marine ecosystems in the immersive Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, featuring models of more than 750 animals, including the iconic 94-foot-long, 21,000-pound model of a blue whale
  • Upgrade for special exhibits, big screen films, and Hayden Planetarium

  • Access to all permanent exhibits
  • Admission to the Rose Center for Earth and Space
  • Admission to the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education & Innovation
  • Timed entry to 1 special exhibit (General Admission +1 tickets only)
  • Wi-Fi onsite
  • Entry/Admission - American Museum of Natural History


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Pushchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 2396AMNH

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  • You must make a timed entry reservation to the Museum after booking with Viator.

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  • film2014
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    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Vast and interesting
    We only managed to visit the Space area of the museum due to time constraints. That being said what we saw was truly brilliant and would certainly go back to visit more areas of this museum whenever I next visit New York.
    Written 10 July 2024
  • JMagicfan
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    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best display of dinosaurs ever...
    The first floor was interesting but really, the dinosaurs were the best I've seen. Top floor just full of fossils and skeletons. It was amazing. The only disappointing thing was Ben Stiller was nowhere to be found and no display was active. :-) My wife pointed out that you have to stay after hours for that.......
    Written 6 July 2024
  • stanksh4food
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Day at Museum
    紐約遊,其中一個重要的景點,就是參觀博物館了。選定這一家《American Museum of Natural History》來參觀,除了因為這是紐約市最精彩,最多野睇既博物館之一。也是電影 "Night at the Museum" (翻生侏羅館) 所描述的那一間,晚上眾展品會返生的博物館。當日一早來到,已經要排大隊了,幸好在排隊中,有遊客建議我立即在網上預購門票,輪到我就可以立即入場。排隊時,有小朋友已經笑著說 " I come here because of the movie! " 而我又何嘗不是呢! 來《American Museum of Natural History》乘搭紐約地鐵的 C 及 B 線,在 81 St-Museum of Natural History 下車,就可以來到了。 在地鐵站一轉出來,就已經見到兩條都幾長下,但不斷地移動的排隊一龍。間過兩條一龍既分別只是由正門入及由側門入既分別之後,我選擇似乎是較少人排,由 "The Rose Center for Earth and Space" (全名叫 "The Frederick Phineas and Sandra Priest Rose Center for Earth and Space" 的展館大門,進入博物館。 這一個 The Rose Center for Earth and Space,主要展覽的,是與大空探索有關的。也是一個天文館。這是一個於2000年翻新過的展館,所以,內內外外都十分之時尚,中間的 Hayden Sphere 更是這兒的一個小地標。然而,入內是要另收費的,我在這展館的周邊看看便走了。而且,這也是整個博物館的指定出口處。 之後,我就跟手上的地圖,行去主館了。首先見到的一幕,當年白人來到了美洲,統治及欺壓原住民,而且是不得不承認的一段黑歷史。 然後,我就去參觀一個類似 History of Wildlife,以當時美洲原有野生動物為主題的展廳。說真,這兒的標本都栩栩如生。難怪電影看中了這兒的展品做主題,一個一個地,在電影內,令它們,復活。 之後,我同在入場處認識的德國人家庭感覺一致,一齊去找升降機,決定由展館的最頂層開始參觀,慢慢再轉落去地面。一上到來,就是恐龍及古生物化可的展區了。那德國的小朋友,最是興奮。因為他看見,似是電影出現過的 T-Rex。 之後,我來到一個靈長類動物的展廳。這時,我又想起電影了。電影內的頑皮猴子,也許,是從這兒走出來的。然而,因為是介紹靈長類動物,所以,我們 human 也包括在內。 小休,放自己一個廁所 break 之後,我來到一個,相信是介紹美洲原住民歷史的展廳。美國的原住民部落,當今己被承認地位的,有500多個。向來都有小研究美洲原住民的來歷,有些是真真正正的土著,有些是亞洲過來,落地生根的古民族,也有一些從極地移居過來,血統同愛斯基摩人,因紐特人等有關係。 繼續參觀,我來到了一個很多人,大人同小朋友都爭著打卡的地方 / 展品。這就是著名的復活節島石人啦。來到這兒,我連忙同屋企人開 live。阿仔阿女已經立即大叫 "Give him gum gum"。 行行下,我來到正門的 Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall。雖沒有電影的羅斯福臘像。但同樣有恐龍的化石。只是,那化石恐龍,是草龍而不是電影的 T-Rex。 回到其中一個展廳,展出的,是不同時代的古城市模形。這時,我又想起了電影的迷你人了。在晚上,這兩個場景,也許會熱鬧起來。 然後,我來到一個很大的展廳,是一個關於海洋生物的展廳。各式各樣海洋生物既標本,模型,化石等等的,令人嘆為觀止。最能吸引大家拍照的,就是展館中央掛著的一條大鯨魚,藍鯨的模型。 最後,我來到一個應該是叫寶石展廳的地方。然而,此展廳最能吸引大眾的展品,就是兩舊天外來石。兩件都是含鐵量豐富的隕石,摸摸它,果真是堅硬而且是冰冰涼涼的。 吸引我眼球的,有兩個巨形的紫晶洞。不知是不是最大的,但,紫光閃閃的晶石,早已經閃到的暈了。 其他的奇珍異石,大大小小的,都好值得去細心欣賞。大型的原玉石,輝銻礦等等的,是值得大家專程來欣賞的。 我,算是成個館行晒架啦。(另收費的除外),但,感覺到,我好想去多一次,甚至幾次,想帶家人來,也想,花一整天的時間,細心欣賞展品。也想,等到夜晚,看看展品們會否在館內,開 party。
    Written 3 July 2024
  • 554iw
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic museum
    We had a fantastic time spending about 3 hours looking around the museum on a Monday morning. We had a pre booked entry and entered through the northern entrance. Small queue at 10.00, but think our entrance was used for school groups, so might get busy at times. In fact, whilst we were exploring the museum, there were lots of small groups of school kids, so occasionally needed to wait for them to move on to view a display, but good to see enthusiastic kids! The displays are awesome!
    Written 16 June 2024
  • Indah2014
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic Museum .. a must go
    Absolutely amazing Museum. This museum puts DC's Smithsonian to shame. Such great exhibits and amazingly presented. Not sure if its because there is a fee to enter compared to Smithsonian, but $100 for a whole family is not much and you can easily spend most of the day in here. We were her in the summer and it was not that crazy busy.. first you need to avoid the long lineup at the Central Park door and go to the back where there is never a line.. Also, the parking below is easy and cheap and it saves you tons of time walking around. Kids loved seeing all the places that were in "Night at the Museum" movies and just an overall great place to spend a day.
    Written 20 May 2024
  • Relax26592521983
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A must-see for all ages
    This museum is captivating! I gained a thrilling exploration of our planet and universe. From the dinosaur exhibits to the strange stone from outer space. I couldn't help but was left in wonder and curiosity. Def come back to explore more areas.
    Written 19 May 2024
  • CheryylP
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic Experience
    The American Museum of Natural History is amazing! From the T-Rex skeleton to the Hall of Biodiversity, every exhibit is fascinating and informative. The layout is easy to navigate, and there's something for everyone. It's a must-visit for anyone curious about the natural world.
    Written 1 May 2024
  • danielgraham1989
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    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Sadly ruined by out of control school groups!
    Sadly the whole experience was let down by the huge numbers of school children just allowed to run riot throughout most of the museum. There didn’t seem to be anyone controlling them and they were screaming and running around most of it. I am all for school groups visiting places like this, but you would expect them to be respectable to those paying visitors. Would highly recommend avoiding this museum during any school visits and this did ruin it for us. Some interesting exhibits but struggled to enjoy them due to the noise and children running around.
    Written 30 March 2024
  • Iambic
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great Place to Learn
    The museum is a fabulous place to learn—about anything you could want. A must-see for adults as well as children. We recommend spending more than a day if you want to see everything. You could spend all day, but you’d be exhausted. Alternatively, you could plan ahead of time to visit certain exhibits. We enjoyed most (1) dinosaurs and other extinct animals, and (2) human origins. The butterfly pavilion, for which you have to pay extra, is worth the extra. It’s a joyful experience to be around so much fluttering beauty. (The vivarium is warm—so be prepared to deal with that.) We found the signage and maps hard to follow. We recommend asking a staff member to help you plan your routes Some of the exhibits are dated (because not incorporating recent knowledge or because the information has been worn off a display by many hands). But, all in all, we learned a lot. The only downside to the museum is the cafeteria. Avoid it. We had to pay nearly $70 for three bad packaged sandwiches, chips, drinks.
    Written 27 March 2024
  • Travel25346533585
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of The Worlds Great Museums
    This is Truly one of the Worlds Great Museums. I was fortunate to visit this Museum as a school boy of 8. I feel equally fortunate to visit it again. The Museum has wonderful exhibits and has been featured in several Major Motion Pictures
    Written 26 March 2024
  • socialmediavolunteer
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A mind-blowing collection
    The website says you HAVE to book a timed ticket in advance, but there were plenty of people buying tickets when they arrived. If you do have a timed ticket you can just go straight in rather than queuing at the desk though. I booked one at 9.45am for entry at 10.30 so no problem there. All the time slots were available so I don't think they actually limit numbers - I have to say that in 7 weeks of extensive museum-visiting in New York this was by far the busiest museum I have been too. I found it quite stressful at times when there were school groups and toddlers swarming everywhere. The dinosaur galleries were understandably the busiest. The dinosaurs are of course amazing but for me the highlight was the dioramas of mammals from the different continents. These are true works of art, with beautifully painted panoramic backdrops of real locations, and detailed foreground with rocks, snow, plants, trees etc, and amazingly lifelike taxidermy animals in wonderful poses. The north American hall had a fascinating video showing how they restored some of the dioramas and the skilled work of the artists involved. I loved how the mammal halls still had the feel of an old-fashioned museum with the beautifully carved wooden frames around the dioramas, some of which have been there almost 100 years. I was surprised how much of the museum was dedicated to ethnography and anthropology - an absolutely vast collection of carvings, masks, pottery, weapons, religious items from all over Africa, Asia, South America etc. If your interests lie here and not in natural history, the entry fee ($28 online, $30 in person) would still be worth it to see these collections. I appreciated that they had kept one 1930s diorama of "Old New York" showing Dutch settlers "negotiating" with Lenape people, and had added new interpretation panels rather than getting rid of it. This is what I think the approach of museums should be when attitudes change. There are also galleries about human origins and the planet earth. Even when I thought "Oh, I'm not so interested in gems and minerals..." I was then absolutely wowed by some of the incredible things on display which just didn't look real. And an enormous meteorite which fell from the sky thousands of years ago and is now just sitting there for all to see! Having visited many natural history museums before, I didn't prioritise this one but it really is world-class and I'm so pleased I went.
    Written 21 March 2024
  • jammyi2024
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Awesome museum
    We visited museum, saw lots of Dino skeletons, lots interesting exhibitions. Museum is big and you see places from movie "Night a the museum"
    Written 19 March 2024
  • Go21547065078
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wooow amazing museum!! Definitely one of the best ones in the world!!
    Woooow what an amazing museum!! Definitely one of the best one in the world!! This museum have such an incredible collection of everything i surprised about the the archaeological remains of Peru that they have is surprising! And the dinosaur skeletons are amazing!!
    Written 11 March 2024
  • markfL2436GA
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    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Disgusting place to eat
    Not really sure why you would put up with such poor quality service, food and value for your dollar... After walking down from 28th/6th, through central park and then around your very interesting and well laid out Museum, feeling very hungry/thirsty.. We were directed down to the cafe on the lower floor... Not really sure what to expect as nothing at all was priced up we picked a ham bun and a cheese bun/ sandwich .. 1 coffee, 1 can of coke and 1 pack of crisps/chips.. total price Inc taxes $48..... Shocked and sickened . The bread was stale the coffee tasted like crap... And the decor and general hygiene of the seating area was disgusting.... Why do you also put up with miserable servers/cleaners and even a manger looked unhappy. .. do not eat there.
    Written 6 March 2024
  • boydj395
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fascinated by the Dinosaurs Exhibit
    A rainy Sunday in New York, the museums were very popular. The line up outside the Natural History Museum stretched back past the subway station. We were prepared in that we had pre-booked tickets and this shortened the amount of time it took to get in considerably. We weren't aware that some of the best experiences (National geographic movies etc) required additional tickets. It didn't matter , the museum is mammoth and the scale of some of the panoramas is astounding. My main reason for wanting to go was the Dinosaurs floor. The best collection I've ever seen, and the most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton on display anywhere in the world - worth the price of admission alone.
    Written 28 February 2024
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Juliana A
6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
I visited NYC for the first time and one of the things I wanted to do was visit this museum and I must say the experience was nothing but great.

The museum is quite big and has so many exhibits, with your ticket you have a choice of chosen one of the special experiences and the one I chose was the "Worlds Beyond Earth" it was such an wonderful experience, if you have to choose I'd recommend this one you won't be disappointed.

There was one cons, it was really hard to navigate around the museum and i think this is one of the reason I didn't get to see more exhibits.
Written 31 January 2020
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SuperDuper Coach
Mitcham, Australia185 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022
A comprehensive and generally really interesting museum.
Plan to spend the whole day there and even then have to prioritise what you see.
The dinosaurs, life in the oceans, the tectonic plate/earthquakes, and mammals sections are real highlights. Most displays are both modern in their styling and comprehensible without being dumbed-down, the odd section like American Forests is old fashioned but mostly they are great.
Serval café options, the coffee in the cafeteria is actually quite nice unlike most museum coffee (and most coffee in the U.S. – I am Australian and used to much better quality coffee).
Expensive for a family, $100+ entry plus food is expensive. Plus some extra shows to pay for too.
We paid for a movie called ‘Beavers’ which was a half hour long but the actual core footage and material could have been covered in 5 minutes – the rest was just filler. On top of that, it was a poorly produced movie from the 1990s, which I though was poor form – there must be newer movies to run.
You have to get a timed entry – you have to book a date and time for entry, and pay for your entry up front, with no refunds.
I recommend you go on a day when you can book the 10am first entry – it gets really busy when all the school kids and the families with strollers arrive.
Also getting a timed entry doesn’t mean you just walk straight in – when we arrived at 10am the line to get into the museum was 100 metres long down the street. The bottleneck was security. Allow for 15 minutes or more in your planning.
All in all worth going to, with a few irritations.
Written 25 October 2022
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rlahuddin
Jakarta, Indonesia341 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The best, largest and most comprehensive museum I've ever visited.

During the pandemic, only visitors who have been vaccinated are allowed to enter. It doesn't matter where the vaccination is done in any country as long as proof of vaccination is shown to the staff.

it's better to buy admission tickets well in advance because the queues are very long even when the new museum is about to open. Entering this museum is like entering three or four different museums.

When I arrived, the museum was also a mass vaccination location, but whether it was only for American citizens or foreign tourists, I don't really understand.
Written 28 November 2021
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James McDonald
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2.0 of 5 bubbles
Got there at our allotted time having booked it on the pass to find we had to queue for 30 mins to get tickets

We also wanted to do the Hayden Planetarium but we’re told this was an additional $12 per person and our tickets only had a value on the New York pass of $16 rather than the regular admission price of $23.

We got into the planetarium with high hopes for the show. Managed to get seats down the front too. Boy we’re we wrong to do that, the seats don’t recline AT ALL so had to sit with our necks right back which wasn’t great.
The show itself was interesting but now awe inspiring. I myself fell asleep during it (which may have been the darkness comfortable chair and aircon)

The exhibits were good but a lot of them suffer from looking outdated now.
We were also forced to wear masks round the whole museum and even in the planetarium. No where else we’ve been while here has made us do this

Overall it was poor Vs what we expected
Written 4 June 2022
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Liam H
Tredegar, UK50 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Museum - 5/5
Food - 3/5
Service - 1/5

Museum :

The museum itself was brilliant , Really educational and covers natural history from all times and ages.
This is a museum suitable for all ages and has some really interesting artifacts.

Food :

The food itself was average and decently priced compared to some of the other places to eat in New York. However , The tables in the food court were not very clean and it was chaos trying to find a table due to the large amounts of people.

Service :

Service was the only thing that Museum lacked , The staff were very rude in all departments of the museum and this experience would be much more enjoyable if the staff weren't so blatantly rude and more welcoming.
The second I walked through the doors of the museum I wasn't aware of the mask rules and had my mask on , but under my nose. If I was to of been alerted that masks were mandatory on the way in I would of worn it normally but thought they were optional on arrival. Although , I was soon alerted that masks were mandatory when a member of staff didn't ask me to wear it correctly , but instead shouted "MASK" in my face 🤗
I moved my mask up and just assumed she was having a bad day and moved on 🤷🏻‍♂️

Then after queing to get to the booths , we handed our tickets to the member of staff who asked us if the reservation name was correct , I didn't hear the question originally so asked her "pardon ?" before she shouted the question down the microphone word by word like I was an alien. All this was before we'd even entered the museum.

Then after viewing the first and second floors we went to the food court , We had to walk around the food court 3 times to find a table which is when a member of staff accused us of not paying for the food , we explained to him that we had payed and he refused to believe us.
Eventually he walked off and we found a table which was filthy and had just been left , A cleaner came over to the table with a cloth before we sat.
He stared at the table for around 5 seconds with the cloth in his hand , Although we expected him to clean it he just turned around and walked off 😂
We then found another table.

Overall , this is a great museum and I'd recommend it to anyone passing by , The only issue here is the staff and they definitely need to sort out this issue 😣
Written 21 May 2022
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Phil H
Brighton, UK363 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Coming from the UK, I have high standards when it comes to natural history museums, with London's being one of the finest anywhere. This one, however, did not disappoint. With only a morning to explore, we didn't have a chance to look at all the exhibits, but what we did see was great. We focused more on the ethnography and anthropology galleries (one difference from London's natural history museum, which doesn't have such exhibits - the equivalents are in the British Museum) than the animals or dinosaurs, but did take a look at some of those. I loved the dioramas in the animal exhibits - we don't get those so much in UK museums, and where we do they aren't anywhere near as good as the ones in NY. The other thing that I'd really recommend to visitors is just to look at the details of the building, especially the interior of the entrance hall. Very well worth a visit, but allow plenty of time.
Written 17 January 2020
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Tripp W
Alpharetta, GA13 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Not impressed. I waited in 2 lines for an hour and 40 minutes. I purchased my tickets from a 3rd party (Expedia city pass), and we were required to wait in line to get our 2:30 reservation turned into a ticket, waiting with others trying to get their tickets from the museum. I got to the museum at 2:05, hoping to get in for my reservation at 2:30. I got through the line at 3:45. The museum has been open for 150 years, but still can’t figure out tickets. Once I finally got through the line, seeing people leaving left and right, we walked through tens of people scattered across the floor of the lower level. After I passed through, I entered a busy, cramped stairwell between the lower level to the 1st floor. The museum heavily recommends using the explorer app, their navigation app so you can get directions to different exhibits of the museum. The idea is good, but the museum has most routes travel through gift shops, to make you tempted to buy. Not to mention, there are gift shops everywhere. Too many gift shops, and plenty of random exits. Back to the maps, the app is 10 seconds behind your current location, and randomizes the direction your phone is facing. If you are lost due to the random directions, you would expect signage to guide you. Nope. There is little to no signing, and what is there is bad. For the good things, the exhibits were fascinating, and I learned a lot about different indigenous cultures from different parts of the world. There are also interesting animal exhibits, though I didn’t learn much there. There are 4 specials exhibits that you have to pay extra to get into, and I didn’t appreciate that. This caused me to not get a full experience. I am not sure what happened at the museum today, a Wednesday in the early afternoon, but I hope it doesn’t happen in the future. I only recommend if there is evidence that the ticket line issue has been resolved.
Written 6 April 2022
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Angelina Pateli
Kozani, Greece13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
It is a museum, or better one of the Museums! I cannot find a reason why someone should not visit an educational institution.
We opted for the "pay what you want" and offered to pay 10$ for two people. If you are travelling to NY and visiting as many museums as you can, you need this option!
Written 23 January 2020
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ricoblesed
New York City, New York40 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Couples
Sold me entrance to museum but not a reservation to enter the museum therefore unable to enter the museum got soaked in the rain. To be told that I could not enter because I didn’t reserve space to enter the museum in the museum website due to COVID-19 protocols so your voucher was useless need refund to be process immediately. Please don’t sell any vouchers
Written 30 May 2021
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Analia G
Staten Island, NY410 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We planned the day with reservations to take in all four exhibits and movies above. The pacing was perfect and we were able to see many exhibits as well. Although parking at the museum is expensive, it was worth the convenience and basically on par with other local lots.
Yes, masks are still required and reservations to keep everyone healthy inside the exhibits and less crowded.
We loved the new Wings movie - all about bird migration in the US. The new Shark exhibit was fun and interactive. And the cafeteria is open again.
We are already thinking about our next trip back with our grandson. Lots of strollers and families out and about, school groups too.
Written 12 March 2022
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