The 3D Theater will be closed to the public until 2 pm on January 23. →

Art of the Brick – Closing Soon!

The World's Largest Display of LEGO® Art is here until January 26

Public Programs

Weekly Programs for Families, Young Children, Teens, Adults, Students & Teachers

Exhibits

Explore 450 Interactive, Hands-On Permanent and Rotating Exhibits

General Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:30 am – 5 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm

Science in your backyard.

Discover over 450 exhibits, events, and workshops designed to engage ages 1 to 100. With over 100,000 square feet of indoor exhibition space, plus 60,000 square feet of outdoors, you’ve got room to explore!

High schoolers are invited to familiarize themselves with the college application process, how to make a college list, and how to apply for scholarships.

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STEM Night: Engineering
January 24
5:30 – 8 pm

Join us for STEM Night: a special evening event highlighting the many different career opportunities available in the field of engineering.

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The Pack
The Pack, the new open-world game by NYSCI and Design I/O, is Apple's App Of The Day!
Read about it here.

STEM Night: Engineering
January 24
5:30 – 8 pm

Join us for STEM Night: a special evening event highlighting the many different career opportunities available in the field of engineering.

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Build With Dowels
January 25

Design and build sculptures and structures using dowels, rubber bands and embellishments.

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Build With LEGOs
January 25
10 am – 5:50 pm

Put your LEGO engineering skills to work in Design Lab.

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Ziplines
January 25
10 am – 5:50 pm

Engineer a carrier to safely transport a bot down a string in Design Lab.

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At NYSCI, we aim to create a future fueled by invention

A Community Partner.

NYSCI serves the most diverse audience of any science museum in America. We’re also making a difference globally, with our learning laboratories and apps.

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Community Engagement
NYSCI Neighbors

NYSCI is collaborating with the local community to build a rich ecosystem of STEM opportunities for educators, young people, & families in Queens.

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What is the Designers-in-Residence Program?

NYSCI is seeking deep engagements with local thinkers, creators, makers, educators, artists, technicians, architects, and engineers working in and around the design community for the second year of its Designers-in-Residence (DiR) Program.

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