American Museum of Natural History

The world’s largest natural history museum is home to a monumental 33 million specimens, including one of the most extensive dinosaur exhibits ever.

Located across from Central Park, the American Museum of Natural History takes up four city blocks and consists of 28 interconnected buildings.

It stands alone in its remarkable collection of plants, animals, fossils, minerals, rocks, meteorites and human cultural artifacts. It is also home to the stunning Rose Center for Earth and Space and more than 40 exhibit halls.

Since its founding in 1869, it has attracted children and adults alike through its preservation and presentation of the world’s natural wonders and unique cultures.