"Body Worlds: Pulse" at Discovery Times Square
Hey science lovers! Body Worlds is returning to NYC with an all-new exhibit exclusively created for the city. Families might already be familiar with this series for it’s amazing preservations of real bodies, using a process called plastination, and know that each exhibit has a differet focus. “Pulse” centers around wellness and how living in a city can affect your health. Best for grades 5 and up. discoverytsx.com
2013 Holiday Windows in NYC
By this weekend, the city’s major department stores will have all unveiled their holiday window displays–an NYC winter tradition–except for Saks (coming up next Monday).
Block Party Exhibit at the Liberty Science Center
With more than 1,600 oversized blocks, cubes, cogs, cylinders, and arches, Block Party is one exhibit in which children can let their imaginations run wild.
Frogs: A Chorus of Colors at the American Museum of Natural History
Amphibian lovers, get excited—the American Museum of Natural History’s newest exhibit, Frogs: A Chorus of Colors, features more than 150 live creatures, from the spectral poison-dart frog to the corpulent African bullfrog.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Hall
The days are getting shorter, the weather is getting colder, and the Bryant park ice skating rink is officially open–but nothing truly says that the holiday season has begun like the Radio City Christmas Spectacular!
Ridemakerz Vrooms into FAO Schwarz
Stop by famed toy store FAO Schwarz through the end of December to experience the ultimate store-within-a-store!
Seven In One Blow, or The Brave Little Kid At The Axis Theater
A child kills seven buzzing flies with a single swat and makes a belt emblazoned with “seven in one blow” to commemorate the event. People mistake his belt to mean seven people—and that’s when things get complicated.
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