To kick off the launch of the new Moroccanoil Color Depositing Masks, the brand enlisted artist Martin Sati to create a special mural located on Grand and Thompson in SoHo. Inspired by the collection of dual-benefit hair masks that provide tempora... read more
The wait is over! Madame Tussauds New York Presents Broadway is officially open. Intrigued by what exactly the Madame Tussauds New York Presents Broadway experience is? As you enter the experience, WHOOSH, you're immediately transported behind the sc... read more
This Certification Training will be held 6 consecutive days from September 6 - September 11, 2018. During this time you will learn how to become a professional Feng Shui consultant. The training includes the Feng Shui manual, compass, 4 laminated... read more
This is an exciting interactive area at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. You can access the passenger records of the ships that landed some 22 million immigrants, crewmembers, and other passengers at the Port of New York and Ellis Island from 189... read more
A special feature of the Ellis Island museum, the Wall of Honor overlooks the Statue of Liberty and the New York skyline and is the longest wall of names in the world. This unique display pays tribute to America's rich cultural heritage, celebrating ... read more
This hall exploring the ecology of North American forests features a piece of a giant sequoia tree. The sequoia, which was cut down in 1891, had survived for more than 1,300 years and its full height exceeded 300 feet. Around the central point of the... read more
The primate order, one of the many subdivisions of mammals, includes monkeys, apes, and humans. This hall provides an overview of primates through skeletons, mounted specimens, and artwork. The order is broken down into families, in displays that tra... read more
This hall chronicles the development of New York State's natural landscape over time. It describes the geological history from Precambrian times (2 billion years ago) to the present day, including glaciation, and displays of local fossils showing tha... read more
These halls contain exquisite treasures, which can be systematically arranged according to their similarities and differences in the same manner as animals and plants. In the Hall of Minerals the visitor finds minerals composed of a single element, s... read more
This hall is a tribute to Theodore Roosevelt (1858—1919), and the contributions he made to city, state, and nation through the many roles he played during his life. Born in New York City and raised in Oyster Bay, Long Island, Roosevelt became involve... read more
The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) has one of the most extensive collections of Native American arts and artifacts in the world—approximately 266,000 catalog records (825,000 items) representing over 12,000 years of history and more th... read more
Explores the history and evolution of vehicles used by the NYPD.
Historic 19th and 20th century photographs of NYPD officers.
Display of vintage weapons and some of the criminals that used them.
A visit to the Museum's core exhibition begins with an exploration of the history and customs of Jewish communities around the world at the dawn of the twentieth century. The distinct threads of Jewish life around the world as they depict the vibrant... read more
The Museum's second floor tells the story of Europe's Jews confronting hatred and violence, of communities coping with persecution and isolation, and of the struggle to endure the unimaginable. Above all, it is a story of men and women who resolutely... read more
Following the Holocaust, the Jewish people emerged to renew and repair their lives. While mourning characterized the years that follow the war, there is the triumph of the founding of the State of Israel, and the optimism of flourishing Jewish commun... read more
Stroll through a replica of an old-fashioned shtetl—a village—to explore the Jewish holiday cycle. Weave your way in and out of storefronts and homes, peer through windows and visit “outdoor” displays. Investigate a shofar-maker’s workbench. Sit in a... read more
Enjoy role-playing fun and gain an understanding of the basics of the Jewish dietary laws. Stock up on kosher products with scaled-down shopping carts, artificial food, working scales and checkout scanners. At the checkout scanner, instead of ringing... read more
With the shopping done, it’s time to head to the kosher kitchen. Sort the two sets of dishes and utensils into the appropriate cupboards. Open the refrigerator and get a real surprise—it talks! And it has a great sense of humor too! Set the table fo... read more