All ages enjoy visiting the Museum of Natural History in NYC. We have been taking our kids there for years. We never tire of seeing the dinosaurs. This year, they had a new addition of a 122 foot long Titanosaur, found in Argentina. It lived a 100 million years ago and is so big that his head stretches out the exhibit door! Each original bone was replicated and cast in fiberglass to look exactly like the original.
We also love going to the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Earth & Science Center. The structure of the Planetarium within the museum is so beautiful the way you see its shape with the planet models suspended from the ceiling surrounded by the view of the city’s skyscrapers.
Exiting the Planetarium is the science center. Very informative understanding rock formations and where our granite countertops come from!