American Museum of natural history is one of the oldest, finest and famous museums all over the world. This museum has various halls and each is dedicated to a theme. Visitors can look at various artifacts and specimens from all corners of the world and all the historical periods.

The museum focuses on the natural history of the planet and different species and brings all the cultures of the world together.  There are some permanent exhibits that include ocean life, gems and minerals, birds all around the world, human biology, Asian and African mammals, reptiles and mammals.

Exhibition schedules and availability may vary and can be changed without any notice due to which the visitors are advised to visit the official website of the museum. To get the recent updates or important information visitors can also call on 212) 769-5100. This is just a reminder for all the visitors that if they are visit the museum they do not miss to see the Butterfly conservatory that is a home to more than 500 live and free flying tropical butterflies that keep hovering over live flowering plants and vegetation.

People can buy the tickets for the museum for $9 to $14 however; member adult and child have a free entry. Museum will not only provide knowledge to the visitors but it will also give them ample time to observe various cultures of the world. The schedule of the museum for this week is:

Hall of Human Origins
August 4, Saturday, 10:00AM

Iridescent Opals
August 4, Saturday, 10:00AM

Rare Jade
August 4, Saturday, 10:00AM

Habitat Group Dioramas
August 4, Saturday, 10:00AM

Fossil Halls
August 4, Saturday, 10:00AM

Saver Deals
(this includes admission and choice of exhibition and shows)
Adults: $33
Children (2-12): $20.50
Seniors/Student ith ID: $25.50
Member Adult: $16.50
Member Children: $12


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