New York Hall of Science
Located in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, the New York Hall of Science is one of the city's premier science museums with fun and education for all. Housed in one of the last remaining structures built for the 1964 New York World's Fair, the Hall of Science is wholly dedicated to supporting education, to applauding the annals of scientific history, and encouraging an everlasting love of learning. Visit New York's only hands-on science museum here at the Hall of Science!
You won't just find exhibits on electricity here! The Hall of Science covers all areas of science and technology, from sports science to the human body to networks and beyond. There are 450 hands-on exhibits at this fantastically interactive museum. Exercise your senses in the Design Lab, let your mouth water for the amazing creations in the Gingerbread Lane exhibit, and hop around the Science Playground. Find spectacular installations at the various art galleries or learn how humans even see in the Seeing the Light exhibit. Test your own skills in the Sports Challenge arena, learn how numbers run our world in the Mathematica exhibit, meet Camille the new Mars Rover, and much, much more!
If you're in New York City for an educational student group trip, then a visit to the New York Hall of Science is certainly recommended. Ask about educational programs available for class trips, participate in the many events and public programs.