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Wednesday, October 28

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, October 29

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, October 30

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, October 31

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, November 1

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Wednesday, November 4

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, November 5

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, November 6

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, November 7

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, November 8

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Wednesday, November 11

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, November 12

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, November 13

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, November 14

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, November 15

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Wednesday, November 18

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, November 19

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, November 20

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, November 21

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, November 22

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Wednesday, November 25

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, November 26

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, November 27

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, November 28

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, November 29

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Wednesday, December 2

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, December 3

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, December 4

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, December 5

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, December 6

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Wednesday, December 9

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, December 10

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, December 11

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, December 12

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, December 13

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Wednesday, December 16

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Thursday, December 17

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Friday, December 18

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Saturday, December 19

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »

Sunday, December 20

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
10:00 am–5:30 pm
|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020

Lovers of dinosaurs, sea creatures, outer space and more can get their animal & nature fix at this giant (45 fascinating halls) treasure trove of wonders.

* Online advance timed ticket purchase required, even for members.

* Coat check, drinking fountains, IMAX Theater, Planetarium, Discovery Room and touchscreen/interactive elements all currently closed.

* Entrances at Central Park West (stairs at 79th Street) and 81st Street (between Columbus & Central Park West – stroller friendly) are open (plus CPW & 79th Street for members).

* No food available for purchase beyond vending machines; we usually pick up from Shake Shack across Columbus and eat on the benches surrounding the museum.

* Download the Museum’s free Explorer app. for maps, self-guided themed tours, behind-the-scenes stories about exhibits, quizzes, and more.

* Favorite spots: On the first floor, a 94-foot-long blue whale hangs over an assortment of sea creatures in the Hall of Ocean Life. Learn about moon rocks and meteorites in the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space. Zebras, giraffes and other jungle animals surround a family of elephants in the Hall of African Mammals on the second floor. The beloved dinosaur bones fill most of the fourth floor.

* Current exhibits include a fascinating, interactive tribute to T. rex: The Ultimate Predator and immersive The Nature of Color.

* NY, NJ, and CT residents admission is pay-what-you-wish (ID required on arrival). But really you should become a member ($150+/year); it takes dozens of visits to see everything plus you get lots of perks.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
$23/ages 12-65, $13/ages 3-12, $18/students & seniors
more info »