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The American Museum of Natural History may have gained notoriety for its recent appearances in movies like Night at the Museum (and its sequel), but it’s far more than a Hollywood set. When organizing a group visit to see the amazing exhibits at the museum, be sure to rent a New York City charter bus to guarantee a safe arrival.
The American Museum of Natural History is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan to the northwest of Central Park. Because of its proximity to Broadway and Central Park, transportation in private vehicles isn’t recommended. It’ll be much easier to get your group to the museum via New York City charter bus. You can select from a number of bus sizes, including coach buses, mini buses, and school buses for class field trips. You can also organize a door-to-door shuttle service for your visit to the natural history museum.
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The American Museum of Natural History was founded in 1869 by a man named Albert Smith Bickmore. Bickmore’s proposal to create a natural history museum in the city gained the support of notable historical figures such as Theodore Roosevelt Sr., Willam E. Dodge Jr., and J. Pierpont Morgan. The New York Mayor at the time, John Thompson Hoffman officially signed the Acts of Incorporation to create the museum on April 6th and John David Wolfe was named the first President of the museum later that year. The museum’s curators work hard to create displays that “serve as a field guide to the entire planet.” And another initiative of the natural history museum is to display a wide collection showcasing the world’s many distinct cultures. In 2007, the Hall of Human Origins was officially opened. This exhibit displays incredible evidence of human evolution through the millennia, as well as some conjecture into the future of the human species. In 2009, the entire museum underwent a major renovation and restoration project on the “castle-like” facade that faces 77th Street. Overall, the American Museum of Natural History is the largest natural history museum in the world and attracts more than five million visitors every year.
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