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New York Hall of Science


New York Hall of Science
Flushing Meadow-Corona Park Queens
Queens, NY

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$16/adults, $13/kids, students & seniors

Suggested Ages: All

Find tons of fun hands-on learning opportunities in a gorgeous, spacious building at a beloved center for interactive science, founded at the 1964–65 World’s Fair.


🙂 Smile and dance in The Happiness Experiment
🌱 Interact with animated wonderland Connected Worlds
🧪 Join Daily Demos throughout the day
🔨 Use real tools in Maker Space


⛸ Indoor rink SciSkate
🎥  3D science film Wings Over Water

🌳 Lots more to explore in surrounding Flushing Meadows Corona Park

Wed-Sun 10 am – 5 pm + holidays/breaks
Pay-as-you-wish Fri 2 – 5 pm

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Lunar New Year of the Water Rabbit

The world renowned Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company celebrates and welcomes the Lunar New Year of the Water Rabbit with majestic dragons, acrobatic lions, elegant peacocks, twirling ribbons, bamboo instruments, and more.

Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company is known for fusing American modern dance with the grace, splendor, and discipline of Asian art.

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The Monkey King

See  an original musical based on the legendary mythical figure from the beloved 16th-century Chinese novel “Journey to the West,” by Wu Cheng’en. Follow the adventures of the first-ever female Monkey King as she battles against Heaven and Earth’s most treacherous foes to save her tribe and achieve immortality. Features a cast of memorable characters,…

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The Beauty of Ballet

See two local dance companies on an outdoor stage: 2nd Best Dance Company, creator of physically rigorous, almost always slapstick dance-plays and tap troupe Demi Remick & Dancers.

Presented by Queens Theatre. Free online tickets required.

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Take a glide around an indoor rink in skates or booties for a warm, wintertime experience. The rink is made from Glice, an eco-friendly synthetic plastic surface.

Skates and booties rentals included (starting at size 9). You can bring your own skates but make sure they are sharpened.

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