From the American Museum of Natural History comes this video of kids absolutely schooling us on how to pronounce the names of pterosaurs. They're way cooler than most of us were at their age, I'm sure. Read more...
Traveling with hard-to-please teens can be trying, even when aided by the bright lights and "wow"-factor sights of a big city like New York. While the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and American Museum of Natural History are...Show More Summary
Meeting our Vintage Dinosaur Art criterion by the slimmest of margins, The American Museum of Natural History's Book of Dinosaurs and Other Ancient Creatures (snappier titles are there none) is a mere twenty years old. However - andShow More Summary
The least likely place to give a handjob in New York City is at a live alligator demonstration at the American Museum of Natural History. Read more...
The most coveted place to spend a night this weekend wasn’t a swank Tribeca hotel or a Hamptons estate, but the American Museum of Natural History, where 175 people ate, drank, watched an outer space show and finally collapsed on a cot under the giant blue whale.
"Would you do it again?" I asked Rachel and Rosemary, who were some of the earliest risers at the American Museum of Natural History's first sleepover for grown-ups. They each paid $375 not only to sleep over, but to roam the halls...Show More Summary
Tonight is the first-ever adults-only sleepover at the American Museum of Natural History! [ more › ]
Leave the Teva-footed throngs at American Museum of Natural History and the Met behind. Here are a few lesser-known gems for you to pass the time. [ more › ]
The city that never sleeps knows how to spend the night. The American Museum of Natural History announced its first ever adults-only sleepover this week — complete with Champagne, live jazz and a three-course dinner — and the Aug. 1 sleepover quickly sold out.
Ever dreamt of kipping down under a blue whale? For grown-ups equipped with a sleeping bag and toothbrush, the American Museum of Natural History is hosting its first adult-only sleepover. The August 1 overnight adventure was so popular...Show More Summary
The American Museum of Natural History in New York has been allowing kids to attend their Night At The Museum sleepover program for years, and they’ve finally extended an invitation to adults for a night. Yes, please! On Friday, August 1, grownups can enjoy a night of booze, music, good food and behind-the-scenes tours before [...]
Starting August 1st, nature nerds over 21 will have the opportunity to Basil E. Frankweiler it up at a sleepover in New York's Natural History Museum. I say Basil E. Frankweiler, but then again, I don't remember that book having as much champagne. Or spiders. This night will have both.
Having recently cleaned its big blue whale, the American Museum of Natural History in New York is ready to welcome adult visitors for its first 21-and-over sleepover Aug. 1.
Yesterday the American Museum of Natural History's giant blue whale had its annual bath. The whale is located above the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life—where it securely floats above visitors—and is 94 feet long, weighing in at 21,000 pounds. How does something this massive get cleaned? [ more › ]
by Jia Tolentino After receiving a brand-new belly button and a fresh coat of paint 13 years ago, the American Museum of Natural History's 21,000-pound fiberglass blue whale has just gotten a long, meditative vacuum bath to rival this corgi guy. If you can poach one of the sold-out passes and have $375 to spare, you can have a sleepover under it, too! [The Atlantic] 0 Comments
The American Museum of Natural History just opened sleepovers to adults
There's loads of romance to be found in Wes Anderson's odd love letter to New York City, The Royal Tenenbaums. But one of the most enviable activities the Tenenbaum children enact is hiding away in the American Museum of Natural History. Show More Summary
While the American Museum of Natural History has been hosting Night at the Museum sleepovers for kids, there's never been an adult-only one. Ever. Until now. They've just announced their first sleepover for grown-ups, which will take place on Friday, August 1st. [ more › ]
The mammoth baleen whale at the center of the American Museum of Natural History’s Milstein Hall is undergoing its annual cleaning — restoring its cyan hue from the dirty gray.
Terrified of spiders? Then get down and personal with the venomous beasts at one of New York's top museums as it debunks the Hollywood myth that they're dangerous. Arachnophobia, the excessive fear of spiders, is one of the most common animal phobias -- felt by millions of people worldwide. Show More Summary