The American Museum of Natural History’s exhibit explores the microbes, viruses, fungi and other organisms that live inside our bodies. According to the exhibit, our gastrointestinal tract is home to about 100 trillion bacteria and they can be affected by where we live, what we eat and what we touch among other factors. Learn about all about microbial genes and the important work they do to keep us alive. All ages.
Here in the city, there's pretty much always something fun to do as a family. However, sometimes there's so much to do that we end up missing out on some great activities. Kids' exhibits, for example, are here one day and gone the next, so we've pulled together a list of what's coming and going below to help you maximize your time with tykes and tweens.