American Museum Of Natural History Hosts Annual 'Identification Day'The New York City museum has an intriguing proposition: Bring in anything you have and don't know what it is, and scientists will try to identify it.
Native American Sites, Memorials In NYCExplore the rich cultural and historic connections New York City has to Native American heritage.
Museum of Natural History's Plan For New Science Center Moves ForwardThe American Museum of Natural History's $325 million expansion plan is moving ahead over the objections of Upper West Side neighbors.
Boy Gets Head Stuck In Kiosk At Museum Of Natural HistoryParamedics were called Wednesday when a boy got his head stuck in an information kiosk at the American Museum of Natural History.
New Brood Of 17-Year Cicadas Soon To Emerge On Parts Of Long IslandNaturalists are predicting a big summer for cicadas in the northeast.
NYC's 5 Best Indoor Activities For Kids In 2016Whether your child is barely walking or totally self-sufficient, crazy active or crazy academic, we’ve got a spot that’s sure to bring a smile.
Best New Year's Day Sales In New York CityStart 2016 with some New Year’s Day sales! Whether you’re looking for accessories, shoes, books, coffee or holiday gear for next year, you’ll find it on sale in New York City.
Museum Of Natural History Exposes Visitors To ‘The Secret World Inside You’A new exhibit wants to change the way people think about bacteria, viruses, and other microbes.
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.