Discover some of the world's most famous natural science collections with this admission ticket to the American Museum of Natural History. Ready to meet the fearsome T Rex?
American Museum of Natural History Ticket
If you've watched the movie Night at the Museum, starring Ben Stiller, you probably already know what to expect from your visit to the American Museum of Natural History.
This admission ticket grants you access to one of the most famous natural history museums in the world. And the museum really lives up to such high praise! More than 45 different rooms await you with exhibits featuring animals, fossils, minerals, plants, different cultures of the world, and even meteorites - you'll have a hard time deciding where to start!
Of course, during your visit, you must go to see three of this museum's most important tenants: the T-Rex, 94-foot-long blue whale and the Easter Island Head.
What's more, a visit to the American Museum of Natural History is the perfect opportunity to learn some of the most interesting facts about our planet and its nature. You'll be blown away by the huge collection of stuffed animals brought from all over the world.
The American Museum of Natural History is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5.30 pm.
|Adults||Children from 3 to 12||Children under 3|
Children from 3 to 12US$ 13
Children under 3Free
Admission ticket to the American Museum of Natural History
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American Museum of Natural History