Restaurants for After Your Natural History Museum Visit in NYC Alice’s Tea Cup. 102 West 73rd Street near Columbus Avenue. Carmine’s. 2450 Broadway between 90th and 91st. Cafe Lalo. 201 West 83rd Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway. Fred’s. 476 Amsterdam Avenue at 83rd Street. Good Enough to Eat . 520 Columbus Avenue at 85th Street. Gray’s Papaya. Kefi. Patsy’s Pizzeria.
The adult admission at the American Museum of Natural History is only a suggested donation, but you ‘ll have to pay full price for planetarium shows, IMAX films, and special exhibits. Pay what you want to see in one of the greatest art museums in New York City and in a premier art museum in the United States.
The American Museum of Natural History is the largest natural history museum in the world with a mission commensurately monumental in scope. The entire museum spans 4 city blocks and consists of some 25 interconnected buildings.
Outside Food and Drinks Visitors may bring food and drinks from the outside into the Museum with them but must carry the food in a closed bag. Outside food and beverages may not be consumed in the Museum’s Food Court unless visitors are also purchasing items in the Food Court.
Get free museum admission the first Tuesday of every month (except July and August) and free museum admission every Tuesday in September.
Tianyu Museum of Nature
A museum volunteer explained that all the animals in the hall were real , and most of them had died of old age before being donated by zoos — a fact that went a long way toward making me more comfortable with the whole exhibit.
Things You Must Not Miss at the American Museum of Natural Lucy. In the Hall of Human Origins you will meet Lucy. She is one of the most complete skeletons of early hominids ever found. The Great Blue Whale. No list of things you can’t miss at the American Museum of Natural History would be complete without the Great Blue Whale. Dinosaur Skeletons.
Visitors are permitted, at the discretion of the Museum , to photograph research collections, subject to certain terms which need to be agreed in writing at the time of visit.
Subway : Take the B (weekdays only) or C to 81st Street. Two blocks west of the Museum , the 1 train stops at Broadway and West 79th Street.