New York Hall of Science | Queens, NY
Time Out says
Here, kids can get hands-on with hundreds of interactive exhibits and activities that bring science, technology, engineering and math to life. Built for the 1964 World's Fair, NYSCI is home to a revolving lineup of displays about light, 3-D printing, outer space and robots, plus the Design Lab, where kids can tackle activities at five stations: Backstage, Sandbox, Studio, Maker Space and Treehouse. Check out "Connected Worlds," where visitors' movements influence a digitally-animated environment. Kids can also climb on a rope web and play minigolf at the massive Science Playground ($5) and Rocket Park.
47-01 111th St
|Cross street:||at 47th Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: 7 to 111th St|
|Price:||Adults $15; seniors and students $12 ; children ages 2–17 $12|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 9:30am–5pm; Sat, Sun 10am–6pm|
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"The Art of the Brick"
Budding engineers and artists will be equally enthralled by the masterpieces Nathan Sawaya has intricately crafted with over 1,000,000 toy blocks. (No, that number is not a typo.) Visitors who love dinosaur activities will gawk at the artist's 20-foot...Special interest Until Sunday January 26 2020
'Superpower Dogs 3D'
The amazing life-saving dogs in this immersive 3D movie are like real-life PAW Patrol pups. Find out the remarkable stories of canines and their human companions who work hard everyday to rescue people in snowy avalanches and off the coasts of warm beaches....Family and kids Until Sunday May 31 2020
Apollo 11: First Steps
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing with a screening of this 20 minute movie. The whole family will be amazed by the Apollo 11's story, as the filmmakers reconstruct the vessel's preparation, launch and return using never-before-seen...Documentary Until Tuesday January 21 2020
Things to do
Each winter, chef Jon Lovitch expertly crafts an adorable (and completely edible) gingerbread village at the New York Hall of Science. It takes the Queens food artist an entire year to whip up the charmingly detailed miniature homes and storefronts. In...Saturday November 23 2019 - Thursday January 23 2020