flushing meadows

our bare fair

Our “Bare” Fair

Today in the NYSCI Archives: an aerial perspective on Flushing Meadows from 1968. Click to enlarge image.

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2004JG21/Queens Hall Of Science/Polshek Partnership

Science Hall Wants Visitors

    Read more history of the Hall of Science in the NYSCI Archives.

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Scenes from the New York Hall of Science's "Mamas Expo" in New York

NYSCI in the Park

NYSCI will bring a slice of the museum to Flushing Meadows Corona Park with free activities and information providing a sampling of its summer 2014 highlights. Free.

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if you tilt this game (strip)

If You Tilt This Game, Will It Explode?

(click image to enlarge) “An “atomic playground” where children can learn about nuclear fission, and a nuclear reactor which can be used by university professors to perform experiments are to become part of a $7,500,000 science museum at the 1964-65 World’s Fair site in Flushing…

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aerial of Flushing Meadows, 1967. via: http://www.nywf64.com/farewell09.shtml

The Post-Fair Park

This photo shows Flushing Meadow in 1967. The Hall of Science is in the foreground. The Heliport, now Terrace on the Park, is adjacent. The Queens Zoo has not yet been built. Across the Grand Central Parkway from the Hall of Science, the Federal Pavilion…

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