New York Hall of Science

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Details
47-01 111th St (at 47th Ave)
Corona, NY 11368
(718) 699-0005
Science Museum
Hours
Mon–Fri: 9:30 AM–5:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–6:00 PM

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  • Play a round of Rocket Park Mini Golf while you're here. Each hole demonstrates science concepts that NASA uses to explore space, like propulsion, gravity, escape velocity & more. A fun way to learn!
  • The IT guy hates me
  • If you bring your kids to the NY Hall of Science, be sure to check out the wildly inventive playground right outside.
  • Check out Marvelous Molecules where kids can create their own atomic models and have an infrared camera map hot spots on their bodies. Cool! Powered by ParentsConnect.com
  • Were here for 2012 Maker Faire visit our booth to talk about how innovation, technology, science and engineering can protect the planet & our health!
  • A perfect place for the family to spend an afternoon play an educational round of mini golf or let the kids frolic in the playground. Its definitely crowded during the weekends.
  • This is an official Nickelodeon Parents' Picks Award Nominee!Powered by ParentsConnect.com
  • #StaffPick Lauren (Education): This is a great place for parents. Why? Kids of a wide age range (around 2 - 12) are so engaged. As a parent, it's a very low key, stress free place to take your kids.
  • Let's have fun! With science
  • Maker Faire madness at the NY Hall of Science, Sept 17-18. Head to Flushing Meadows this weekend to celebrate creativity, engineering, & innovation at this science extravaganza!
  • The silver rocket is a Mercury-Atlas rocket, the same type of vehicle used to put the first American, John Glenn, into orbit. The black, white, and silver one is a Gemini-Titan rocket.
  • Free preschool place playtime on Fridays from 2-5 and Sundays 10-11. Great place for them to run around
  • A fun place for kids, adjacent to Flushing Meadows Corona Park and the Queens Zoo. Make a day of it!
  • The New York Hall of Science as well as the Mercury and Gemini capsules and the Atlas and Titan rockets were all built on the site of the former United States Space Park in the 1964-5 World's Fair.
  • The activities to do are super fun and educational!
  • This place is definitely stuck in 1995 and is in need of some serious funding.
  • A hands-on science and technology center with more than 400 exhibits to explore the wonder of biology, chemistry and physics.
  • Get up and go see one of the best science museums in the country, THIRTEEN Members save $5 on your ticket, offer valid on purchases of 2 or more tickets.
  • Worst excuse for a bike rack ever.
  • Don't miss the playground out back if you bring the kids - looks like an extremely good time.