The New York Hall of Science is the unique New York's hands-on science and technology center that looks towards a better world understanding, promoting revolutionary processes and techniques. It is located in Corona Park in Queens, on the former location of the New York’s World Fair of 1964.
Among its more than 450 permanent exhibits there is a wide variety of interesting topics that are enjoyed by people of all ages and different tastes:
Connections: Find out what the Internet, an ant colony and a spider net have in common and build your own network.
Marvelous Molecules: Explore how the interaction between molecules happens, making life possible.
Mathematics: Discover the impact math have on our daily lives and on the important changes occurred in society and arts along history.
Rocket Park: Visit some of the rockets and spacecraft that helped to initiate the space race.
Search for life beyond the Earth: Compare the Earth’s different locations where life conditions are extreme, with other locations in our solar system.
Preschool Place: A science-themed workshop in a playful environment designed for early scientists to have fun while discovering the most amazing scientific facts.
In addition to these and other permanent exhibits, New York Hall of Science has a dynamic schedule of exhibitions, events, programs and workshops which are a great opportunity for families to shear an enjoyable and funny learning experience.
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