The Strong Museum of Play
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Looking for a museum that's fun for kids and adults? New York has you covered. Devoted entirely to play, the Strong Museum in Rochester is America's second-largest children's museum, and it contains the world's largest collection of dolls, toys and games.
Future astronauts will love Long Island's fascinating Cradle of Aviation Museum. Over in Cooperstown, families can experience 19th-century rural life at the Farmers' Museum and baseball history at the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, where the Sandlot Kids' Clubhouse is a kid's dream come true. Young fans can have fun with Curious George and Garfield, dig into discovery drawers of cool artifacts, and get photographs with Hall of Famers.
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in Manhattan offers magnificent exhibits to learn about the wonders of aviation, space travel, and maritime history. Cultivate young minds at the American Museum of Natural History, or spark creativity in your budding artist at the Brooklyn Children's Museum.