Filming Around Town 2/7/2014

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Here is today’s listing on filming taking place in New York City. If  you spot any signs around town for any movie, TV show and/or commercial ad, please comment below and share the information.

  • The Black Box is filming at S 2nd St and Kent Ave in Brooklyn.
  • Younger is filming around Manor Dr and West Dr in Queens.
  • Law and Order: SVU is filming at Chelsea Piers in NYC.
  • The Blacklist is filming at Chelsea Piers in NYC.
  • Elementary is filming at Silvercup Studios East in Long Island City.
  • Believe is filming at W 71st and Broadway in NYC.
  • Power is filming at 32nd Ave and 51st St, Queens.
  • Night At The Museum 3 is filming around W 77th St and Central Park W (near American Museum of Natural History) in NYC.
  • Blue Bloods is filming in studio at Broadway Stages, Brooklyn.

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Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Opening Day Celebration

The American Museum of Natural History will officially reopen the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial, including a new exhibition that highlights Roosevelt’s journey from budding naturalist to Conservation President, on October 27, Theodore Roosevelt’s 154th birthday.

  • Discover artifacts and dioramas connected to Theodore Roosevelt on free guided tours of the Museum
  • See live-animal presentations featuring hawks, falcons, and owls led by experts from the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center
  • Explore birds of Central Park on walks with knowledgeable guides
  • Bring in your feathers, bones, and plants to share with Museum ornithologists, mammalogists, and botanists at a special edition of Identification Day
  • Find out how to join iNaturalist, a social network for naturalists to share observations and to learn about biodiversity
  • Watch special performances by the Central Park Zoo’s Wildlife Theater
  • Try hands-on activities such as leaf-printing, start a nature journal, or attend a poetry workshop
  • Enjoy musical performances by ragtime pianist Terry Waldo and more

Saturday, October 27, 2012

10:00am – 5:00pm

American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West and West 79th Street
New York, New York

Free for Members or with Museum admission

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Beyond Planet Earth At The American Museum Of Natural History

Join in the recent excitement over NASA’s successful rover landing on Mars by attending “Beyond Planet Earth” at AMNH this weekend. Check out “Destination Mars,” where you’ll learn the reasoning behind human curiosity with Mars. Or stop by one of the many other sections of the exhibit, featuring asteroids, the Moon, the giant planets of the outer solar system and more. Most importantly, get the inside scoop about humanity’s next steps in our solar system and beyond–get a glimpse into the future of space travel!

Friday, August 10, 2012

10:00am – 5:45pm

American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, New York

Price: Adult $25.00, child $14.50, senior and student $19.00.

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“Spiders Alive!” at the American Museum of Natural History

“Spiders Alive!” is bringing the creepiest, crawliest creatures to the American Museum of Natural History. While spiders might be pests in the house, the interactive exhibit is an homage to the arachnids’ clever defense mechanisms and amazing survival skills. Brave youngsters will forget all about Halloween the minute they come face to face with the infamous black widow, gargantuan Goliath bird eater, spindly African whip spider with 10-inch feelers.

Saturday, July 28, 2012 – December 2, 2012

10:00am – 5:45pm

American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, New York

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“Flying Monsters” Nat Geo IMAX Film at AMNH

New to the American Museum of Natural History, “Flying Monsters” brings powerful pterosaurs to life in a vivid National Geographic IMAX film. Don’t let your little dino lovers’ jaws drop too wide as they see the rulers of prehistoric skies animated bone by bone and discover just how the reptiles took flight.

10:30-4:30pm hourly

Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, New York

Pricing & Ticket Info: $25 (adults), $19 (students/seniors), $14.50 (children ages 2-12). Includes museum admission.

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Final Weekend Of The Butterfly Conservatory: Tropical Butterflies Alive In Winter At AMNH

This is your last chance to check out the natural beauty of butterflies! It’s the final weekend of The Butterfly Conservatory: Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter at AMNH, which is one of the museum’s past most popular exhibits. Visitors can walk around with over 500 fluttering butterflies around in the 80-degree temperature environment. Other beautiful species of flowers and plants will also be on hand. For all ages.

Friday May 25, 2012

All Day

American Museum of Natural History
79th Street and Central Park West
New York, New York

Pricing & Ticket Info: Tickets start at $14.50

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One-Year Dual or Family Membership and “Journey of the Stars” Tickets at American Museum of Natural History (Up to 51% Off)

Explorations of the natural world reveal why the sky is blue, grass is green, and dogs can understand but not speak Italian. Unlock the world’s remaining mysteries with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$60 for a dual membership for two adults with two tickets to Journey to the Stars (a $120 value)

  • Unlimited general admission and special exhibition tickets
  • A one-year subscription to Rotunda members’ magazine
  • Discounts at museum shops and restaurants, as well as museum programs and show admissions
  • Members-only tours, programs, and workshops
  • Invitations to special-exhibition previews

$85 for a family membership for two adults and up to four children with four tickets to Journey to the Stars (a $175 value)

  • All benefits of a dual membership
  • Invitation to family holiday party
  • Children’s membership cards upon request

In addition to exploring the birth of ancient stars at the Whoopi Goldberg–narrated Journey to the Stars, members enjoy unlimited access to special exhibitions such as Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence, which explores the habitats of and evolution behind glowing creatures from the backyard to the deep sea via interactive iPad-powered infographics.

American Museum of Natural History

Collecting from the darkest depths of the ocean, beneath layered bedrock, or from the farthest reaches of space, the American Museum of Natural History catalogues, studies, and shares the latest knowledge about the natural world. The Museum’s famed permanent halls explore an array of topics, from human ancestry throughout the ages to deep history of lands ruled by dinosaurs. The Museum’s far-reaching educational programs extend beyond the permanent exhibits and the confines of the building, reaching into middle and high schools to fund and conduct hands-on, student-driven experiments. The Museum also underwrites scientific expeditions around the world, providing archeologists and paleontologists with essential supplies and Indiana Jones Halloween masks.

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