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Visited in November. Explored the "Whole Different Bowl Game" exhibit. Thought the display was interesting but lacked some written explanations of several of the Video Sports items on display. The Jim Henson exhibit was delightful. Many of the hands-on exhibits were broken or lacked sufficient...More
A great place, near big studios, a scenography taking you into the movie and television history, exploring every part of it: cameras, sound recordings, editing, TV cameras, broadcasting. Great space for temporary exhibitions also, and a theater to enjoy oldies but goodies.
Visited with my 16 year old and it was a big hit with both of us. It is just about a 15 minute walk from the N train stop in Queens. The Jim Henson exhibit was awesome. Exhibits from his entire career. The rest of...More
This was the highlight of my trip. Basically, this is a museum for Jim Henson. Yes, there's other stuff, but his exhibit is the heart of the museum. So it's a good thing my wife and I love the muppets. You get to walk through...More
I came across this museum whilst researching things to do on our NYC visit and this ticked all the boxes and more. The film memorabilia is great too see and currently there is a Jim Henson Exhibition - so many childhood muppets! Our teenage daughter...More
Off the beaten track, but so much FUN! the guided tour is worth it. Explore the different eras and technologies. Mix visual effects with different sound tracks. Awesome for laughs, ugghhs, and wow, that works as good as the actual sound track.
Just go and...More
The Museum of the Moving Image is a wonderful little museum. It’s reasonably priced ($15 per adult), and it’s in a cool area (near actual movie studio). The current exhibits show some amazing things such as Jim Henson’s many works, and some cool things with...More
I have travelled to NYC hundreds of times & never heard of this museum. Our 13 year old grandson discovered it on line & we took him on a recent visit. We all had a great time, especially with the interactive exhibits. It does take...More
I spent more than 4 hours with my friends in the museum and didn't feel satisfied enough because this museum is so interesting! It has lots of interactive devices to engage the audience into the technology of films and digital arts. The core exhibition is...More
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From Times Square, catch the R train (subway) towards Queens. Use the Steinway Street exit. The ride should take no more than 30 mins. Once you get off, walk towards the back of the train and exit at 34 Ave. Then, walk one... More
From Times Square, catch the R train (subway) towards Queens. Use the Steinway Street exit. The ride should take no more than 30 mins. Once you get off, walk towards the back of the train and exit at 34 Ave. Then, walk one block to 35 Ave, take a right and go three block.