No. 7 American Museum of Natural History, New York City

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Annual
Visitors:
5,000,000

Founded in 1869, the museum has welcomed generations
of visitors who come to wander through the Koch Dinosaur Wing, the Morgan Hall
of Gems, and the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life—famous for its massive replica of
a blue whale suspended from the ceiling. While it’d be easy to spend an entire
day in the permanent exhibitions, there are also special exhibits to discover, along
with the Hayden Planetarium and an IMAX theater. amnh.org

Source:
American Museum of Natural History

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No. 7 American Museum of Natural History, New York City

Annual
Visitors:
5,000,000

Founded in 1869, the museum has welcomed generations
of visitors who come to wander through the Koch Dinosaur Wing, the Morgan Hall
of Gems, and the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life—famous for its massive replica of
a blue whale suspended from the ceiling. While it’d be easy to spend an entire
day in the permanent exhibitions, there are also special exhibits to discover, along
with the Hayden Planetarium and an IMAX theater. amnh.org

Source:
American Museum of Natural History

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