Celebrate curiosity and a sense of wonder at The American Museum of Natural History, the largest natural history museum in the world. From colossal dinosaur skeletons to an impressive planetarium, the museum’s four floors offer a wealth of knowledge on animals and science. There are 45 permanent exhibition halls, a library, and collections containing over 33 million specimens of plants, animals, humans, minerals, fossils, rocks, meteorites and human cultural artifacts. Join the museum in their mission statement: "To discover, interpret, and disseminate—through scientific research and education—knowledge about human cultures, the natural world, and the universe."Részletek megjelenítése Kevesebb
See skeletons of some of the world's apex ancient predators, including a T-Rex, a duck-bill dinosaur 'mummy', and the newly added cast of a 122-foot-long Titanosaur.
This 3.18-million-year-old is one of the most complete skeletons found of an early hominid. She's named after the Beatles song, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, which researchers were listening to when they discovered her.
Unlock 13 billion years of the universe's mysteries along this 360-foot-long path, which features chronological visualisation and unique artifacts, including a meteorite; the first animal with eyes; and a fossilized dinosaur tooth.
Giant Sequoia Tree
This unique segment was taken from a giant sequoia that stood for over 1,400 years. When it was felled in California in 1891, this tree was over 300 feet tall, with naturally fire- and disease-resistant bark.