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Kids Take Manhattan

Take the little kids to the big city! Watch their eyes light up with wonder at the American Museum of Natural History or Children’s Museum of Manhattan. Walk through Central Park and stop at the Tisch Children’s Zoo. Ferry across the river to the Statue of Liberty. Make it a trip to Manhattan they’ll never forget, and do it for half the price.

Kids will love a stop at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan where they can splash in Dynamic H20, an interactive outdoor exhibit, sail a two-story dhow boat in America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far and explore Frolic!,a rock ‘n’ roll-themed play space with a 1970’s Volkswagen minivan. And The Royal Flush, a talking toilet is a favorite of visitors. Kids can also have an adventure with Dora and Diego, feed alphabet letters to a talking dragon, and drive an NYC fire truck.

Your Excursion Package Includes:

  • Buy one Amtrak ticket, get one 40% off
  • Take 50% off Amtrak ticket for kids ages 2 through 12 with the purchase of one full priced ticket
  • $9 Children's Museum admission with code PATRIP (Tickets are regularly $12 for adults and children over 12 months)
  • Show your Amtrak ticket from PA and enjoy 25% off all Children's Museum store purchases
  • Free Hershey Bar with any purchase when a valid Amtrak ticket is presented at Hershey's Chocolate World in Times Square
  • First time riders get up to $20 free ride on Uber Black service

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Plan Your Excursion

The Children’s Museum of Manhattan
The Tisch Building, 212 West 83rd Street, New York City
Phone: 212-721-1223

You will be using several forms of transportation, so be sure to download the travel information details for a fun and hassle-free trip.

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Travel Information

Purchase Your Amtrak® Tickets

Tickets must be purchased three days prior to travel to receive discount. You can also book hotels and car rental through Amtrak. Once you complete your ticket purchase, you'll receive an email confirmation with travel instructions.


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