American Museum of Natural History

Often called a field guide to the entire planet, the Museum of Natural History is perhaps the world's greatest warehouse of dinosaur bones, including an intimidating Tyrannosaurs Rex skeleton and about 30 million other impressive artifacts.  Don't miss the Rose Center, with its planetarium and theaters. Also, through Aug. 10, 2014, poisonous frogs are on display during "The Power of Poison" exhibition. <i>(Central Park West at 79th St., amnh.org)</i>

( Emmanuel Dunand, AFP/Getty Images / November 12, 2013 )

Often called a field guide to the entire planet, the Museum of Natural History is perhaps the world's greatest warehouse of dinosaur bones, including an intimidating Tyrannosaurs Rex skeleton and about 30 million other impressive artifacts. Don't miss the Rose Center, with its planetarium and theaters. Also, through Aug. 10, 2014, poisonous frogs are on display during "The Power of Poison" exhibition. (Central Park West at 79th St., amnh.org)

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