Children's Museum of Manhattan

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Photograph: Marielle SolanChildren's Museum of Manhattan
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Photograph: David reinfeld 2009Children's Museum of Manhattan
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Photograph: Imogen BrownChildren's Museum of Manhattan
 (Photograph: Imogen Brown)
Photograph: Imogen BrownChildren's Museum of Manhattan
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Photograph: Gaetano SalvadoreChildren's Museum of Manhattan

Time Out says

This nearly 40,000-square-foot institution houses exhibits that make learning about culture, history and science a blast for kids ages six and under. Explore the benefits of good nutrition from "EatSleepPlay," a Dora the Explorer play area, and immersive exhibits that rotate in and out of the five-story space. CMOM also hosts classes and workshops—from Gross Biology for kids who love burps and germs, to the Music in Me!, a toddlers' program by Laurie Berkner—all designed with the latest child-development research in mind.



Address: 212 W 83rd St
New York

Cross street: between Amsterdam Ave and Broadway
Transport: Subway: B, C to 81st St–Museum of Natural History; 1 to 86th St
Price: $14, seniors $11, children under 1 free. First Friday of the month 5–8pm free
Opening hours: Tue–Fri, Sun 10am–5pm; Sat 10am–7pm
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