New York Hall of Science
The New York Hall of Science is a hands-on science and technology center that not only allows but encourages visitors to interact with over 450 exhibits. Housed in a building that once was a pavilion for the 1964 World’s Fair, the mission of the New York Hall of Science is to rouse one’s curiosity and unravel the secrets of science to children, parents, and teachers.
The science center offers special traveling exhibitions as well as a large range of permanent exhibits including: Connections: The Nature of Networks; Hidden Kingdoms: The World of Microbes;
Mathematica: A World of Numbers…and Beyond; Rocket Park; and Realm of the Atom.
Whether you enjoy the museum as a family or a school-age group, the New York Hall of Science is sure to please.