Walk-Through of NYC's American Museum of Natural History

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This is a rather nice video with a home-made feel to it. It presents a quick view of the American Museum of Natural History in New York, starting on the subway platform (filled with lots of beautiful tile art, all of which I've photographed and shared on my blog). (I noticed that they seem to have finished refurbishing their Indians of the Pacific Northwet exhibit).

The AMNH is a scientific research and education institution, with collections of more than 32 million specimens and artifacts.

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Wow, Senckenberg can't compete with that at all.

... the Pacific Northwet ...

Inspired typo of the month!

By Pierce R. Butler (not verified) on 09 Jul 2010 #permalink

It's far grander than I remember--it was my first view of T.Rex (sixty-odd years ago)--thanks for the video!