Humans may have invented the lightbulb and fireworks, but we’re not the brightest organisms out there. This exhibition examines living things that give off their own glow. Examples of the phenomenon range from twinkly airborne fireflies to gleaming dinosaur-looking anglerfish at the bottom of the sea.
“Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence”
|Venue name:||American Museum of Natural History||Contact:|
Central Park West
|Cross street:||at 79th St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–5:45pm|
|Transport:||Subway: B, C to 81st St–Museum of Natural History; 1 to 79th St|
|Price:||Suggested donation $22, seniors and students $17, children 2–12 $12.50, children under 2 free. Special exhibits $27, seniors and students $22, children 2–12 $16, children under 2 free|