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Central Park Zoo

Central Park Zoo

April 27 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

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An event every day that begins at 10:00 am, repeating until April 30, 2021

Central Park Zoo
Fifth Avenue at 60th Street Upper East Side
New York, New York

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

$13.95/ages 13+, $8.95/ages 3-12, free/ages 2 & under

Visit sea lions, snow monkeys, red pandas, turtles, bears and other animals at the cozy Central Park Zoo.

* Most indoor areas are now open including the delightful penguins & sea birds exhibit and tropic zone. 4D Theater is closed.

* Climb, play and pet at the interactive children’s zoo across the path.

* Some food and shopping available but only accepting credit card/apple pay.

* Don’t miss the Delacorte Clock outside the zoo. The animals statues move and twirl at each quarter hour.

* Advance online ticket purchase and masks required. Consider an annual zoo membership that includes admission to the Bronx and other NYC Zoos.

Sam Moyer: Doors For Doris

Try to open massive stone doors in a massive three-part sculpture on the southeastern edge of Central Park. Moyer’s hybrid sculpture unites imported stone with rock indigenous to the New York region with beautiful inlaid marble fragments. The title pays homage to Public Art Fund founder, Doris C. Freedman (1928-1981)

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American Museum of Natural History

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.

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

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Guggenheim

See exciting, well-designed exhibits in the striking Frank Lloyd Wright–designed landmark modern museum.

* April 30 through June 21, Christian Nyampeta transforms the Guggenheim’s iconic rotunda into a “night school” with a screening of his 2018 video Sometimes It Was Beautiful about group of friends gathering to watch and critique films made by Swedish…

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Mozart for Munchkins: UWS

Dance and clap classical, jazz, and sing-along favorites while meeting the clarinet, bassoon, and french horn at an outdoor, socially distanced, interactive concert curated for little ones and their grown-ups. Children of all ages are welcome to observe, explore, discover, crawl, sing and dance to their hearts’ content, while parents, grandparents, and caregivers sit back,…

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Discovery Pop-Up Program: The Birds of Central Park

Each year, more than 200 bird species make an appearance in Central Park, a popular stopover along the Atlantic Flyway. Discover how to spot and respectfully appreciate these winged wonders with park birding guides, stationed at Charles A. Dana Discovery Center Plaza Saturdays 11 am–1 pm and Belvedere Castle Sundays 11 am–1 pm.

Also borrow…

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A Million Dreams – Music from Movies @ Central Park

Join MusicTalks for a specail tribute to the most beloved film tunes featuring a string quartet. From Star Wars to Harry Potter, Breakfast in Tiffany’s to Forest Gump, celebrate the beauty of film music!

Bring a folding chair/blanket – snacks, drinks, and questions encouraged.

Exact address will be provided the day of the concert.

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MusicTalks Open Air Concerts

Join MusicTalks for 75 minutes, intimate, salon-style concerts with introductions to composers and their works, musical demonstrations, and a space for dialogue between artists and audience.

Bring a folding chair/blanket, snacks and drinks if you’d like.

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