American Museum of Natural History

Free Entry with The Sightseeing Pass - SAVE $22

Normal Entry Price: Adult $22

Normal Entry Price: Child $12.50

American Museum of Natural History

If you spent an entire day here, you could not possibly see all of the 30 million plus specimens and artifacts! Children love getting their hands on all of the interactive exhibits as well as the towering dinosaurs and dragons – especially the largest collection of fossils on the planet. There’s much to appeal to grown-ups too, such as the 563-carat Star of India, the largest blue star sapphire known to man. All ages will be awestruck by the mind-boggling displays in the Rose Center for Earth and Space, home to cosmic shows and a planetarium.

American Museum of Natural History with The Sightseeing Pass

  • Great fun for children of all ages
  • Always something new to discover every time you go
  • A New York attraction favorite

What You Get

The Sightseeing Pass grants you free general admission to the American Museum of Natural History

There is no mandatory admission charge for public entry to the Museum, only a suggested admission donation. For each Sightseeing Pass entrant to the Museum Sightseeing Pass makes an agreed payment to the Museum.

Hours & Admission


Daily, 10:00am – 5:45pm

Please be advised:
Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Visitors must take the B/C train & enter underground from subway station or at 79th Street & Central Park West. After 12 noon, Central Park West entry will be accessible via NYPD screening point at 82nd Street & Central Park West. Other entrances will be closed. Parking garage is closed all day.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Closed for Thanksgiving day.

How To Redeem

You must collect your ticket in advance at Gray Line City Sightseeing, 777 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036. You will not be able to redeem your pass at the museum.

Getting There

American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West at West 79th Street, New York, NY 10024 The AMNH is located on the historic Upper West Side, across the street from an entrance to Central Park. In close vicinity of the museum, you can find the famous Dakota Building, Strawberry Fields, NY Historical Society and Metropolitan Museum of Art across the park.


    Closest Subway

    • 81st Street - Museum of Natural History


    Closest Bus Stop

    • 81st St American Museum of Natural History (B, C), 79 St (1)


    City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off tour stops:

    • Uptown Tour - Stop 24. (The Dakota / Strawberry Fields)
    • Uptown Tour - Stop 25. (American Museum of Natural History)