41% OFF ¡Cuba! Exhibit at American Museum of Natural History
The ¡Cuba! exhibit showcases the Caribbean island nation’s biodiversity and culture. Visitors learn about the various species and plants that are only found on the island, from the world’s smallest bird, to a venomous mammal, and an endangered crocodile. Live animals, models, fossils, and artifacts are on display for an up-close look at Cuba’s distinct wildlife and natural history.
The exhibit also highlights Cuba’s culture. Visitors experience the art, music, spiritual traditions, and food by walking along an open boulevard designed to mimic the country’s city streets. An art gallery showcases modern works while another section highlights important crops such as tobacco. A re-creation of a throne used in Santería offers a glimpse into an Afro-Cuban spiritual tradition, and visitors can learn about the country’s history through an introductory film.
One Ticket to American Museum of Natural History, Rose Center for Earth and Space, plus ¡CUBA! Exhibition. Everyone’s a kid!
Location: Central Park West at 79th Street, Manhattan