The American Museum of Natural History is located in Central Park West at 79th Street. One of the most visited spots for families in New York City, the American Museum of Natural History has been displaying various anthropological and natural history exhibits for thirty years. From dinosaur bones to astronomical exhibits, the Museum holds wonders for children and adults alike.
Some of the more notable exhibits include :
The Fossil Hall - which houses the world's biggest vertebrate fossil collection.
The Rose Center for Earth and Space - Which houses the state-of-the-art Hayden Planetarium.
The Hall of Mammals – Filled with fascinating dioramas depicting animals past and present.
The Hall of Biodiversity - This is one of the Natural History Museum's latest exhibits and aims to inform people about the real need to protect the Earth's various life forms and the environment.
The Arthur Ross Hall of Meteorites - This hall displays a massive meteorite weighing in at 34 tonnes that has been named Ahnighito as its central exhibit, as well as showcasing many other meteorites and related information.
For further details about the New York American Museum of Natural History you may like to view : http://www.amnh.org/
Exhibition information is available via telephone : 212-875-5456.
Special priority Booking availability information : 212-769-5200.
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