Science Playground

New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th Street

It's 60,000 square feet of outdoor fun! Through dozens of playground elements like slides and seesaws, people of all ages and abilities explore the scientific principles of motion, balance, sound, sight and simple machines, as well as sun, wind and w... more

It's 60,000 square feet of outdoor fun! Through dozens of playground elements like slides and seesaws, people of all ages and abilities explore the scientific principles of motion, balance, sound, sight and simple machines, as well as sun, wind and water. The New York Hall of Science unveiled its outdoor Science Playground in 1997 to help the public experience aspects of science and technology through the sensations of their entire bodies. In 2007, the Hall doubled the size of the popular outdoor Science Playground with 30,000 square feet of exhibits designed for children ages 6 and younger. Through playground elements, like slides and seesaws, people of all ages and abilities explore the scientific principles of motion, balance, sound, sight, simple machines and sun, wind and water. As the largest Science Playground in the United States, the Hall's playground fosters a better relationship with science through personal discovery and participation. Designed by Hall staff and a team led by BKSK Architects, the 60,000 square-foot Science Playground includes over two-dozen playground elements, outdoor dining area, landscaped park and a colorful, inviting, resilient play surfa... more

It's 60,000 square feet of outdoor fun! Through dozens of playground elements like slides and seesaws, people of all ages and abilities explore the scientific principles of motion, balance, sound, sight and simple machines, as well as sun, wind and water.

The New York Hall of Science unveiled its outdoor Science Playground in 1997 to help the public experience aspects of science and technology through the sensations of their entire bodies. In 2007, the Hall doubled the size of the popular outdoor Science Playground with 30,000 square feet of exhibits designed for children ages 6 and younger.

Through playground elements, like slides and seesaws, people of all ages and abilities explore the scientific principles of motion, balance, sound, sight, simple machines and sun, wind and water. As the largest Science Playground in the United States, the Hall's playground fosters a better relationship with science through personal discovery and participation.

Designed by Hall staff and a team led by BKSK Architects, the 60,000 square-foot Science Playground includes over two-dozen playground elements, outdoor dining area, landscaped park and a colorful, inviting, resilient play surface made of six-inch thick ground rubber.


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Science Playground

Tue, September 28
9:30AM
$
Wed, September 29
9:30AM
$
Thu, September 30
9:30AM
$
Fri, October 01
9:30AM
$
Sat, October 02
10:00AM
$
Sun, October 03
10:00AM
$
Tue, October 05
9:30AM
$
Wed, October 06
9:30AM
$
Occurs 59 more times through Dec 14

New York Hall of Science

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

Schedule

September 28, Tuesday 9:30AM
September 29, Wednesday 9:30AM
September 30, Thursday 9:30AM
October 1, Friday 9:30AM
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