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New York Hall Of Science, Flushing
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The New York Hall of Science is a science museum located in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in the New York City borough of Queens, in the section of the park that is in Corona. It occupies one of the few remaining structures from the 1964 New York World's Fair and is New York City's only hands-on science and technology center. The more than 400 hands-on exhibits explore biology, chemistry, and physics.Plan your visit to New York Hall Of Science and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Flushing vacation planner.
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My husband, son and I went for the Maker Faire 2016. I took my son to the preschool area. It is excellent to keep a toddler entertained. Plus show the basics of science for children. There were books ... read more »
This science museum has interactive, hands-on exhibits that work very well. The explanations are clear. Do not miss the Connected Worlds experience on the top floor; it was fantastic! Pick up a timed ... read more »
Tanto el entorno como el interior del Hall es un gran lugar para chicos y grandes. Hay jardines con juegos en donde pueden verse de qué manera operan las leyes de la física para el movimiento, los son... read more »Both the environment and the interior of the Hall is a great place for young and old. There are gardens with games where can be seen in how to operate the laws of Physics for motion, sounds, static, etc. Inside, in the hall, there is an appreciable exhibition of interactive appliances, photographs, scheduled chats, a small collective space to eat. It is a good place to bring children and girls, if you come to visit to New York. The subway arrives at a couple of corners of the place.show original
Great place to come with the family. If u dont like load and pushing kids you'll be in for a treat cuz this place is loaded with them. You've be warned. None the less its great, lots of exhibits, activities, and educational reading. Its also free in friday from 2pm to 5
This place is fantastic! The room for little ones is the best. My son could play there for hours. And the entire museum is so interesting and hands on. Wonderful place!!
Well on my hall of science trip it was amazing so many cool things great for kids recommend more for schools and when you go with family it can be even more fun . I said "recommend for school's " is because it helps kids learn about the scientific learning ability. What I really mean is it help kids , adults , toddlers , even scientist learn. It has a dinning room . Which is beautiful . And a amazing gift shop which has scientific things like garbage grabbers to help clean up the earth , maps , test tube , Goggles , and lab coats . They also have things for kids to play with such as a flashlight , the bean boozle challenge , teddy bears , and pencils . They have many more thing scientific or not . They have a place where they sell food and drinks for a cheap price also ice cream . I bought a big carton of ice cream for 50 cents . This place is the best coming from me , my family , and all of my friends. And more people
Its good you can building whatever you want u can use tools and materials you haven'nt use is very coool i love it
Cool place for the K-8 set with lots of hands-on exhibits. There is even a pre-school room for younger kids. The entrance staff often leave a lot to be desired as far as customer service is concerned.
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