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Be sure to pace yourself with the pizza. If you’ve come with an empty stomach, you may be hungry, but resist the urge to fill up at the first couple of stops. You’ve got many more pizzerias to visit.
Did you know? All tours are led by local actors and actresses.
FYI, wallflowers: In this mentalism and magic show, you may be asked to participate. Magic guru Sam Eaton enjoys bringing members of the audience on stage.
Customize your tour: Bike the Big Apple allows you to tailor your itinerary based on the distance and amount of time you would like to spend touring.
Visit the water area outside on the first floor if weather permits.
Visit the baseball exhibit to get an in-depth look at America’s pastime!
The dinosaur wing is a must see! Also, if you have time, lie down under the life-size model of a blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.
Visit this store for merchandise from your favorite TV shows before or after catching a glimpse of the city skyline at the Top of the Rock Observation Deck.
The Panorama is a must-see. It’s a 3-D map of all of New York City. Fun fact: Queens Museum’s building was once housed the General Assembly of the United Nations.
If you or your kids prefer films, the center has a four-screen cinema that shows new movies as well as repertory films.
If you have a recent ticket stub (30 days old or less) from the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, you can get in free at PS1 with it.
Bringing your little ones along? New Victory Theater offers free booster seats so everyone can see and enjoy the show.
Prepare to be wowed by seemingly impossible events, like a man running full force through a series of walls.
Not in the mood to get messy? Sit toward the back. Blue Man’s “poncho seats” include the first four rows, where all sorts of materials like paint and water can splatter on you.
This club features comedians who are either on the rise or have already established themselves on the national stage, like Lewis Black, Dane Cook and Dave Chappelle.
Did you know? Unknowns and up-and-comers have shared the stage here with the likes of Amy Poehler, Robin Williams and Conan O'Brien.
Fun fact: Brooklyn Bowl’s space was previously the site of an ironworks foundry.