National Museum of Mathematics in NYC Takes Negative One and Makes it a Positive Experience For the Whole Family
Posted on Jan 8, 2013
Math is now fun and interactive. This new venue is perfect for Intergenerational and Family Travel! Math and design work hand-in-hand to visualize how proportions work. Discover New York and Beyond can help you make learning fun as a family activity.
The new museum is designed for students from the fourth grade and up. However, you will see toddlers there with their parents engaged in a variety of hands-on learning experiences that make math cool. Math professors and Rubik’s Cube solver clubs hang out there. MoMath has everything from World War Two cryptography equipment to Android-powered exhibits every couple of feet. The Tricyle with square wheels is really fun to ride at any age.
The lower level is called Negative One and offers a variety of games and puzzles that make learning about math and geometry engaging.
Mathematics illuminates the patterns that abound in our world. The National Museum of Mathematics strives to enhance public understanding and perception of mathematics. Its dynamic exhibits and programs will stimulate inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of mathematics. The museum’s activities will lead a broad and diverse audience to understand the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics.
11 East 26th Street, New York, NY 10010, (212) 542-0566
Open 7 Days A Week 10 AM – 5 PM
Call Discover New York and Beyond to learn more about how you can create fabulous hands-on math and art projects for corporate events and birthdays at 212-370-1319.
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