American Museum of Natural History
With 45 exhibition halls and more than 32 million artifacts and specimens, the American Museum of Natural History is the world's largest, most important and most innovative museum of its kind. Explore its famous dinosaur halls, which use real fossils; the life-size "Dzanga-Sangha Rainforest," complete with the sounds of the African tropics; the largest meteorite (34 tons!) on display in the world; the Rose Center, featuring the most technologically advanced space show in the world plus phenomenal rotating exhibits.
Experience the true alchemy of the cocktail at the Pegu Club. They craft their own infusions, tinctures, flavored syrups and ginger beer; squeeze lemon, lime, orange and grapefruit juices by hand and pour fresh soda from small bottles instead of soda guns. Cocktail condimentsâ€”droppers of lemon, lime, simple syrup and bittersâ€”are set on each table so you can fix your drink to the exact taste you desire. They also serve Asian-inspired snacks and New York's biggest ice cubes.
One of the most impressive comedy clubs in the city, the swanky yet intimate Gotham Comedy Club will have you laughing 'til you lose your voice. Featuring some of the country's top headliners, from Jerry Seinfeld to Dave Chappelle. Along with fresh new talent, there's a great show to see every night.
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