Marvelous Molecules: The Secret Of Life

New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th Street
Marvelous Molecules: The Secret of Life is the first ever hands-on exhibition exploring the shared chemistry of all living things. Hovering above the exhibit floor like a futuristic space station is a giant model of a glucose molecule magnified a qua... more
Marvelous Molecules: The Secret of Life is the first ever hands-on exhibition exploring the shared chemistry of all living things. Hovering above the exhibit floor like a futuristic space station is a giant model of a glucose molecule magnified a quadrillion times (that's 10 followed by 15 zeroes!). This highly visible icon serves notice to visitors that they are about to enter a world whose size and scale is very different from their everyday experience. The exhibition's placement on the lower level of the Hall of Science serves to link, both physically and figuratively, two other popular exhibitions that explore subjects too small to see with the naked eye: Hidden Kingdoms -- The World of Microbes and The Realm of the Atom.

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Marvelous Molecules: The Secret Of Life

Tue, December 06
9:30AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Wed, December 07
9:30AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Thu, December 08
9:30AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Fri, December 09
9:30AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Sat, December 10
10:00AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Sun, December 11
10:00AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Tue, December 13
9:30AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Wed, December 14
9:30AM
$
$15 – Adults
$12 – Children: (2-17, college w/ID)
$12 – Seniors (age 62 & over)
Members: Free

September-June, free admission is offered Friday between 2-5pm and Sundays between 10 and 11am. Free hours are suspended in July and August.

Science Playground
$4 per person
$3 for groups
Occurs 146 more times through Jun 03

New York Hall of Science

47-01 111th Street
Queens, NY 11368
(718) 699-0005

Schedule

December 6, Tuesday 9:30AM
December 7, Wednesday 9:30AM
December 8, Thursday 9:30AM
December 9, Friday 9:30AM
See complete schedule

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