If you’ve seen the movie A Night at the Museum, you already understand the appeal of the world-class American Museum of Natural History. If you haven’t, believe us, it’s an amazing place! Visitors of all ages will find something to intrigue them, whether it’s the Alaskan Brown Bear diorama, the 563 carat Star of India sapphire, or a skullcap of Pachycephalasasurus – a plant-eating dinosaur that lived 65 million years ago!
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the largest museums in the world. Founded in 1869, this museum is most famous for its collection of dinosaur fossils and Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, which features a 94-foot whale model!