Exclusive Discounts for Groups of 10 or More

GROUP DISCOUNTS

Body Worlds

Adults: $20.50
Seniors (65+): $17.50
Students (3-18 yo): $16.00

Star Wars™ and the Power of Costume
Adults: $20.50
Seniors (65+): $17.50
Students (3-18 yo): $16.00

The Vikings Exhibition
Adults: $20.50
Seniors (65+): $17.50
Students (3-18 yo): $16.00

Title 1 Rates available for NYC Public Schools.


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DISCOVERY TIMES SQUARE HOURS

HOURS
Sunday - Tuesday: 10AM - 7PM
Wednesday - Thursday: 10AM - 8PM 
Friday - Saturday: 10AM - 9PM

FINAL ENTRY 45 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLOSING.
 

DIRECTIONS

The museum is located at 226 West 44th Street between
7th and 8th Avenues, directly across from Shubert Alley.

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FINAL WEEKS! 
NOW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 5 ONLY!

Featuring 70 hand-crafted costumes from the first six blockbuster Star Wars™ films, this exhibition reveals the artists’ creative process—and uncovers the connection between character and costume. George Lucas imagined and created a fantastical world filled with dynamic characters who told the timeless story of the hero’s journey. The costumes shaped the identities of these now famous characters, from the menacing black mask of Darth Vader and the gilded suit of C-3PO, to the lavish royal gowns of Queen Amidala and a bikini worn by Princess Leia when enslaved by Jabba the Hutt. A special presentation for the showing at Discovery Times Square in New York features seven additional costumes from the blockbuster film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Click here to download an in-exhibit study guide.

Rebel, Jedi, Princess, Queen: Star Wars™ and the Power of Costume was developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service and the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in consultation with Lucasfilm, Ltd.

 

Body Worlds: Pulse

 

FINAL WEEKS!
NOW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 5 ONLY!

 

 

Experience the science and splendor of the human body through Plastination, a breakthrough in anatomy invented by trailblazing scientist, Gunther von Hagens. Learn about the human body, its form and function, its vulnerability and potential, and the challenges it faces navigating the 21st century. BODY WORLDS is an inspiring, immersive multimedia exhibition about health, wellness, and living to the beat of life in a vibrant, fast-paced city. It is an exhibition unlike any other. Body donors who willed their bodies, after death, for plastination and the education of future generations, act as guides and teachers on this unforgettable journey of discovery.

Recommended for school groups 5th Grade and above.

 

FINAL WEEKS!
NOW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 5 ONLY!

 

Explore the rich, often-misunderstood Viking culture like never before with the largest collection of Viking artifacts ever displayed in North America. Featuring more than 500 treasures, some never before seen outside of Scandinavia, THE VIKINGS EXHIBITION shows us why—even 1,000 years later—Viking culture still captivates our imagination.

 

  • Marvel at full scale model Viking ships, including the Gokstad II and Ghost Ship
     
  • Virtually excavate a Viking ship layer by layer, uncovering rich discoveries like weapons, tools and animals as archeologists did.
     
  • Experience daily life of the Viking people with hands-on interactive activities that explore the symbolism of traditional clothing, compete with other visitors in authentic Viking games and test your strength with an accurate model of a Viking sword.
     
  • Learn about Norse mythology dating as far back as 750-1100 AD with displays of exquisite jewelry, metalwork craftsmanship like swords and armor, and religious iconography including the earliest known Scandinavian crucifix and striking silver pendants representing the pagan gods.


Click here to download an in-exhibit study guide.