The Museum of Mathematics

11 East 26th Street (btwn 5th & Madison Aves.)
New York, NY 10010
(212) 542-0566 | | map
Nearest subway station: 6 @ 28 St.
Nearest elevator subway station: B-D-F-M-N-Q-R @ 34 St.-Herald Sq.

Mon-Sun 10AM-5PM, to 2:30PM on the first Wednesday of every month
Closed Thanksgiving Day

Focus: All about math!

Appealing to kids: Two floors of interactive, active, and playful exhibits – including square-wheeled tricycles, a human tree, and a magnetic wall – all designed to show “the coolness of math.” The museum describes its target age range as 5 and up, but there are many activities for younger children to enjoy.

Admission: Adults $16; Seniors, Students, and Children over 2 $10. Buy tickets online and save $1 per ticket.

Stroller policy: You may bring your stroller around the museum, or leave it by the self-serve coat check.

Elevators: Yes.

Changing table: Yes, in the mens’ and ladies’ room on each floor.

Food & drink: No.

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