The American Museum of Natural History, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City, is one of the largest museums in the world. Since 1869, the museum inspired generations and explore the history of the world around us and beyond. Discover four floors of science, nature and history as you wander through incredible exhibits.
Beyond the iconic, show-stopping displays–the grizzly bear in the Hall of North American Mammals, the 94-feet long blue whale, the prehistoric Barosaurus skeleton rearing up as if to scare the adjacent Allosaurus skeleton–is an expertly curated, 148-year-old museum that fills visitors of all ages with a curiosity about the universe. Whether people are interested in the world below our feet, or the cultures of faraway lands or the stars light-years beyond our reach, the museum visit is bound to teach people a few things you never knew.