American Museum of Natural History

With 5 floors and over 32 million objects, a trip to the American Museum of Natural History is an immersive way to explore scientific and cultural topics. Groups can enjoy over 46 permanent exhibition halls rich in scientific and cultural content at this world-famous museum. On-site programs for groups occur in the Discovery Room, a space for hands-on exploration of artifacts and specimens -such as a mock paleontology dig. At Sackler Educational Laboratory, older groups will conduct in depth lab projects, such as extracting DNA from strawberries or collecting evidence for primate evolution over time.

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American Museum of Natural History

With 5 floors and over 32 million objects, a trip to the American Museum of Natural History is an immersive way to explore scientific and cultural topics. Groups can enjoy over 46 permanent exhibition halls rich in scientific and cultural content at this world-famous museum. On-site programs for groups occur in the Discovery Room, a space for hands-on exploration of artifacts and specimens -such as a mock paleontology dig. At Sackler Educational Laboratory, older groups will conduct in depth lab projects, such as extracting DNA from strawberries or collecting evidence for primate evolution over time.

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American Museum of Natural History

With 5 floors and over 32 million objects, a trip to the American Museum of Natural History is an immersive way to explore scientific and cultural topics. Groups can enjoy over 46 permanent exhibition halls rich in scientific and cultural content at this world-famous museum. On-site programs for groups occur in the Discovery Room, a space for hands-on exploration of artifacts and specimens -such as a mock paleontology dig. At Sackler Educational Laboratory, older groups will conduct in depth lab projects, such as extracting DNA from strawberries or collecting evidence for primate evolution over time.

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American Museum of Natural History

With 5 floors and over 32 million objects, a trip to the American Museum of Natural History is an immersive way to explore scientific and cultural topics. Groups can enjoy over 46 permanent exhibition halls rich in scientific and cultural content at this world-famous museum. On-site programs for groups occur in the Discovery Room, a space for hands-on exploration of artifacts and specimens -such as a mock paleontology dig. At Sackler Educational Laboratory, older groups will conduct in depth lab projects, such as extracting DNA from strawberries or collecting evidence for primate evolution over time.

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