American Museum of Natural History

Museum Of Natural History Getting New Giant Dinosaur InstallationA cast of a 122-foot-long dinosaur is so huge its neck and head will reach out toward the elevator banks on the fourth floor, where it'll be installed.
Scientists Announce Discovery Of New Human AncestorThe creature shows a surprising mix of human-like and more primitive characteristics - some experts called it "bizarre'' and "weird.''
11th Annual 'Urban Advantage' Science Fair To Be Held At American Museum Of Natural HistoryFair will be held Saturday at American Museum of Natural History
Kids Discover Super-Powered Creepy-Crawlies At New Natural History Museum ExhibitChildren describe some creepy-crawlies as cute, others as slimy, but all of the species showcased in one new museum exhibit have something in common; they use superpowers to survive.
Etsy To Create Original Products For American Museum Of Natural HistoryThe popular online craft seller Etsy will create a line of original products for the American Museum of Natural History.
Cedar Grove, N.J. Man Captures Meteor Streak On DashcamA New Jersey man may have the only video of a meteor that flew overhead Monday night.
Small Fire Prompts Evacuation Of American Museum Of Natural HistoryThe American Museum of Natural History was evacuated Friday afternoon, after a small fire broke out.
American Museum Of Natural History Plans New AdditionThe American Museum of Natural History has announced plans to build an addition to house a new science and education center.
American Museum of Natural History Exhibit To Spotlight Natural DisastersThe exhibit opening Saturday will include interactive features that will allow museum-goers to generate a virtual volcano or stand in the eye of a tornado.
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American Museum of Natural History Plans Adults-Only SleepoverThe American Museum of Natural History will have its first-ever sleepover adventure for adults 21 years old and up on Aug. 1.
New Interactive Natural History Exhibit Focuses On Prehistoric Flying ReptilePterosaurs ruled the skies when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Now, they're taking over the Museum of Natural History as the focus of a new exhibit.