Rather than being a place to learn math, the new museum is a place to realize all the remarkable things math can be used to create. Its 30-plus interactive exhibits include the Wall of Fire, a laser "wall" that shows visitors that cross-sections aren't always what you think they are; Math Square, a Jumbotron on the floor that connects each person standing on it by the shortest path possible, changing the moment anyone moves; a design studio where participants create a 3-D design on a screen, for a chance to have it "printed" into an actual sculpture via a 3-D printer; and Enigma Café, a place where families can sit down at tables to work on digital puzzles.
Museum of Mathematics (MoMath)
|Venue name:||Museum of Mathematics (MoMath)|
11 E 26th St
|Cross street:||between Fifth and Madison Aves|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–5pm|
|Transport:||Subway: N, R to 23rd St|
|Price:||$16; children under 13, seniors and students $10; children under 3 free|