When this museum first debuted in 2012, I warned my children that if they didn’t behave, I’d take them there. It was no punishment, however, when we finally went. Creatively designed to bring math concepts to life, this little museum (it takes about an hour to see it) has two floors of interactive displays that will have your kids riding bikes with square wheels, re-creating Galileo’s experiments, and doing all sorts of fun numbers games. It’s a great new addition for kids under 11.
New York City
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The National Museum of Mathematics
11 E 26th St.
Our Rating Neighborhood Flatiron District Hours Daily 10am−5pm Transportation Subway: R to 23rd St Phone 212/542-0566 Prices Admission $25 adults, $20 seniors and children 2−12 Web site The National Museum of Mathematics
Map11 E 26th St. New York City
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