Habitat Group Dioramas
The Museum's habitat group dioramas, located extensively throughout its halls, are among the most renowned and beloved exhibits at the Museum. With precise depictions of geographical locations and the careful, anatomically correct mounting of specimens, these stunning dioramas are windows onto a world of animals, their behavior, and their habitats. Moreover, since many of the environments represented have been exploited or degraded, some dioramas preserve places and animals as they no longer exist. The viewer of a habitat group diorama is able to travel not only across continents, but also, in some cases, through time.
Venue: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West & 79th St, Map
Sleepover at the Museum at American Museum of Natural History
Fri | 6 pm–9 am
Spend an unforgettable night at the Museum! Space is limited and dates sell out quickly. See our Sleepovers page for other available dates, registration forms, age restrictions, what to bring, and o...
Gallery Tour at Wave Hill Public Gardens
Sat | 2PM
Tour Glyndor Gallery with Wave Hill's Curatorial Assistant or Gallery Greeter to get an insider's view of current exhibitions. A flower's life cycle of budding, blooming and pollinating, as well as it...
Push/Pull at Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space
Through Nov 17 Fri
Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is pleased to present Push/Pull, an exhibition of new work by LES Studio Program Resident Boohri Park, on view from October 25, 2019 through November 17, 2019. An o...