- Two membership options
- World-renowned museum
- Exclusive member benefits
- Tickets to IMAX show
About This Deal
Natural history is one of the world’s most marginalized subjects, often bullied by math, disregarded by geography, and ridiculed by gym class. Give natural history the affection it deserves with today’s Groupon to the American Museum of Natural History in New York, plus tickets to Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World in IMAX. Choose between the following membership and ticket options:
- For $60, you get a one-year dual membership, good for two adults, plus two adult tickets to Sea Rex in IMAX (a $114 total value).
- For $80, you get a one-year family membership, good for two adults and four children, plus two adult tickets and four children’s tickets to Sea Rex in IMAX (a $169 total value).
Recently featured in the New York Times, the American Museum of Natural History excites museum goers of all ages and backgrounds with 46 brain-imbuing exhibition halls. The museum exhibits detailed displays on topics including human cultures, the natural world, and the universe, inviting visitors to explore free from the burden of needing time-machine fuel. The 46 permanent exhibits include the fossil halls, which teach about the evolution of vertebrate species, while multiple temporary exhibitions rotate throughout the year to keep calendars from going obsolete. Currently on display, Brain: The Inside Story (running through August 15) saturates skulls with details about the formation of human’s smartest organ and dishes info about brain function via interactive displays and educational games. Check the calendar for other upcoming exhibitions.
The American Museum of Natural History also tugs brain muscles with regular IMAX movies and documentaries. Though members are treated to discounted vouchers throughout the year, today’s Groupon covers the cost of IMAX tickets to Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World (a $12 value for adult tickets, a $7.50 value for children's tickets). Sea Rex introduces audiences to a cornucopian cast of characters that ruled underwater empires when the world was still flat 20 million years ago.
Each membership provides unlimited general admission throughout the year as well as the following member benefits: free tickets to all special exhibitions; a one-year subscription to the museum's magazine, Rotunda; discounts on purchases at the museum shop and restaurant; and invites to members-only special tours, programs and workshops.
About American Museum of Natural History
Collecting from the darkest depths of the ocean, beneath ancient layers of rock, or from the farthest reaches of space, the American Museum of Natural History catalogues, studies, and shares the latest knowledge about the natural world. The Museum's famed permanent halls explore an array of topics, from human ancestry throughout the ages to deep history of lands ruled by dinosaurs. The Museum’s far-reaching educational programs extend beyond the permanent exhibits and the confines of the building, reaching into middle and high schools to fund and conduct hands-on, student-driven experiments. The Museum also supports scientific expeditions around the world, providing archeologists and paleontologists with essential supplies and Indiana Jones Halloween masks.
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