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American Museum of Natural History

New York, New York, United States

79th Street & Central Park West
New York, New York, United States
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Overall Experience: 6 / 10
Date Visited: Monday, May 25, 2009

The American Museum of Natural History is New York City's natural history museum. They have all the typical areas that one would expect at a natural history museum - an area on space and the planets, a large number of stuffed animals, geology and rocks, dinosaurs, underwater life, and sections on world cultures.


The museum has a $15 basic entrance fee that does not include entrance to any special exhibits of imax shows.

The entrance fee is a suggested donation - if you want to pay less than the suggested amount, you can go to one of the customer service desks to buy discounted tickets.

Getting There

The museum is located right along Central Park West at 79th street - the B and C subway lines will take you right there.

Estimated Visiting Time

The museum is quite large and has more than you can see here in one day. The museum has a few interactive exhibits, but you might find yourself getting bored of all the information after a few hours.

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