New York Hall of Science

Official Homepage: www.nysci.org/

Fee: $11

Sun. 10 AM–6 PM
No-Fee Hours: 10 AM–11 AM
Mon. Closed
Tue. 9:30 AM–2 PM
Wed. 9:30 AM–2 PM
Thu. 9:30 AM–2 PM
Fri. 9:30 AM–5 PM
No-Fee Hours: 2 PM–5 PM
Sat. 10 AM–6 PM
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47-01 111th Street
Queens, New York 11368
(718) 699-0005

Check the New York Hall of Science website for additional hours, special pricing/discounts, and closure dates.

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The New York Hall of Science (website) is a Museum (Science) in New York.
Wikipedia excerpt:
The New York Hall of Science occupies one of the few remaining structures of the 1964 New York World's Fair in Flushing Meadow-Corona Park in the borough of Queens in New York City. Today, it stands as New York City's only hands-on science and technology center. The more than 400 hands-on exhibits explore biology, chemistry, and physics. The museum was established in 1964 as part of the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and at the time was one of only a few science museums in existence. Unlike many other institutions, which were closed immediately or soon after the Fair, the Hall remained open after the fair, and served as a resource for students. Its exhibits at the time were somewhat limited but included plans for the world's first atomarium open to the public. The Hall remained open until 1979, when it closed for major renovations.

We don't have any current exhibitions on file, most likely because we're still collecting listings.

In the meantime, check out the New York Hall of Science homepage or our exhibitions list for N.Y.-wide exhibits.

Official New York Hall of Science Links
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