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Travel from the inner workings of Earth to the outer reaches of the universe on an unforgettable voyage of discovery at the American Museum of Natural History!
A visit to the American Museum of Natural History takes you on an extraordinary exploration of the diverse range of life and cultures on our planet.
Over 135 years old, the Museum is a rich treasure trove to be plundered, offering adventure and discovery for visitors of all ages.
With a tradition of education and outreach, scientific research and mind-blowing exhibitions, the vast American Museum of Natural History is one of the most prestigious of its kind in the world.
Home to 45 Museum halls, the Rose Center for Earth and Space, the biggest ever collection of dinosaur fossils, ever- evolving exhibits and so much more, there is always something new and exciting to see at the American Museum of Natural History!
Our wide range of American Museum of Natural History tickets offer something to suit everyone, including:
This General Admission ticket includes admission to all 46 Museum halls and the Rose Center for Earth and Space.
See everything and save with the Super Saver ticket! This great value ticket includes admission to the Museum and Rose Center for Earth and Space plus all special exhibitions, Giant Screen film, and Hayden Planetarium Space Show.
Museum Plus One tickets include admission to the Museum and Rose Center for Earth and Space PLUS one special exhibition, Giant Screen film, or Hayden Planetarium Space Show.
79th at Central Park West, New York, NYC 10024-5192.
10am to 5.45pm (except on Thanksgiving and Christmas).
Open daily all year round.
There are no time limits, so you can explore the museum at your leisure.
Don't forget your camera!
The museum is vast, so wear comfortable clothing/shoes.
Admission to the American Museum of Natural History
The American Museum of Natural History is located at 79th at Central Park West, New York, NYC 10024-5192.
Popular halls inside the American Museum of Natural History Inlude:
See a dynamic media wall featuring large-scale imagery, animations, text, graphics and interactive panels to explore how climate change is affecting the world today. It will also explore what might happen in the future if the current course continues.
Giant Screen Movie (2D and 3D Screenings Daily):