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Visite Guidée du Musée d'Histoire Naturelle - Semi-Privé 8ppl Max

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Lors de cette visite guidée semi-privée de 2,5 heures (8 personnes maximum), votre guide vous guidera à travers ses salles apparemment sans fin, mettant en évidence les expositions incontournables. Envie de voyager dans le temps et dans l'espace ? Le Musée américain d'histoire naturelle est le plus proche que vous aurez sans quitter Manhattan ! Cet immense musée abrite certains des artefacts les plus curieux au monde.
Ville: La ville de New York
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Ce qui est inclu
Semi-Private Museum Tour
Duration 2.5 Hours
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Professional Tour Guide
Semi-Private" Means Group Size Is Never More Than 8 Guests Maximum
Semi-Private Museum Tour
Duration 2.5 Hours
Information additionnelle
  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Les voyageurs doivent avoir au moins un niveau de forme physique modéré
  • Un maximum de 8 personnes par réservation
  • Un nombre minimum s'applique. Cette visite ne se déroulera pas sans un minimum de 2 invités pour répondre aux exigences. Dans ce cas, une alternative ou un remboursement complet vous sera proposé.
  • Remarques : Le musée Met peut être soumis à des fermetures occasionnelles sans avertissement préalable de la direction du musée. Lorsque cela se produit, nous proposerons aux clients une alternative appropriée si l'heure d'ouverture du musée est retardée de plus d'une heure par rapport à l'heure de début de la visite. Dans ces cas, nous ne sommes pas en mesure de fournir des remboursements ou des remises. Une tenue vestimentaire appropriée est requise pour accéder à certains sites de cette excursion. Aucun grand sac ou valise n'est autorisé à l'intérieur du musée, seuls les sacs à main ou les petits sacs à dos fins sont autorisés par la sécurité. En raison des mesures de sécurité renforcées dans de nombreuses attractions, certaines files d'attente peuvent se former lors de visites avec un accès "Skip the Line" ou "No Wait". Certaines salles spécifiques à l'intérieur du musée sont soumises à un droit de parole très calme ou restreint à l'intérieur, dans ce cas, votre guide fournira les informations sur ces lieux avant d'entrer dans les salles spécifiques où cette règle s'applique. Certaines collections peuvent varier au cours de l'année.
À quoi s'attendre
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American Museum of Natural History
The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings – making a guide indispensable if you want to experience even a fraction of it. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda where you’ll come face to face with the first of many prehistoric characters on your visit. Moving on, your guide will explain how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence. Talk about perspective, right?
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American Museum of Natural History
The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings – making a guide indispensable if you want to experience even a fraction of it. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda where you’ll come face to face with the first of many prehistoric characters on your visit. Moving on, your guide will explain how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence. Talk about perspective, right?
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American Museum of Natural History
The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings – making a guide indispensable if you want to experience even a fraction of it. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda where you’ll come face to face with the first of many prehistoric characters on your visit. Moving on, your guide will explain how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence. Talk about perspective, right?
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American Museum of Natural History
The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings – making a guide indispensable if you want to experience even a fraction of it. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda where you’ll come face to face with the first of many prehistoric characters on your visit. Moving on, your guide will explain how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence. Talk about perspective, right?
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American Museum of Natural History
The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings – making a guide indispensable if you want to experience even a fraction of it. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda where you’ll come face to face with the first of many prehistoric characters on your visit. Moving on, your guide will explain how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence. Talk about perspective, right?
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American Museum of Natural History
The museum’s 33 million objects are spread through 28 different buildings – making a guide indispensable if you want to experience even a fraction of it. You’ll start by learning the museum’s history in the majestic Roosevelt Rotunda where you’ll come face to face with the first of many prehistoric characters on your visit. Moving on, your guide will explain how the dioramas are created as you explore the giant African mammals of the Akeley Hall.  The creatures get even bigger as you move towards the dinosaur exhibits featuring some of the most complete collections of dinosaur skeletons anywhere in the world. From the gargantuan Titanosaur to the crowd-favorite T-Rex, even the most serious adult feels like a kid staring up at these beasts. You’ll then move on to hear about the North American Forests, featuring the giant Sequoia, before gaping up at the Blue Whale hanging overhead in the Hall of Ocean Life. Visit some American mammals as you learn about the National Parks of the United States. End your visit with a trip to space, exploring the Cosmic Pathway that details the no fewer than 13 billion years of our universe’s existence. Talk about perspective, right?
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Musée américain d'histoire naturelle
Les 33 millions d'objets du musée sont répartis dans 28 bâtiments différents, ce qui rend un guide indispensable si vous souhaitez en découvrir ne serait-ce qu'une fraction. Vous commencerez par apprendre l'histoire du musée dans la majestueuse Roosevelt Rotunda où vous vous retrouverez face à face avec le premier des nombreux personnages préhistoriques lors de votre visite. Ensuite, votre guide vous expliquera comment les dioramas sont créés pendant que vous explorez les mammifères africains géants du Akeley Hall. Les créatures deviennent encore plus grandes au fur et à mesure que vous vous dirigez vers les expositions de dinosaures présentant certaines des collections de squelettes de dinosaures les plus complètes au monde. Du Titanosaure gargantuesque au T-Rex préféré de la foule, même l'adulte le plus sérieux se sent comme un enfant regardant ces bêtes. Vous passerez ensuite à la découverte des forêts nord-américaines, mettant en vedette le séquoia géant, avant de rester bouche bée devant la baleine bleue suspendue au-dessus de la tête dans le Hall of Ocean Life. Visitez des mammifères américains tout en découvrant les parcs nationaux des États-Unis. Terminez votre visite par un voyage dans l'espace, en explorant la voie cosmique qui détaille les pas moins de 13 milliards d'années d'existence de notre univers. Parlez de perspective, non?
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Commentaires (27)
jeffreyfW2320NA
Aug 2022
This is the way to see the museum. Our guide, Mark, was excellent. He kept us at the pace we wanted to go. Made sure we saw all the key exhibits but also allowed us to go places that caught our attention. We are looking forward to our next trip and we will have Mark take us through the Met.
shantischiller
Jun 2022
Katherine was wonderful in keeping my two boys entertained throughout the 2-hour tour. The tour went by so quickly and we loved not having to wait in line to enter the museum. We would definitely do this tour again when we visit NYC.
melanielW291BY
Apr 2022
Our tour guide's name was Mark. He was patient, considerate and kind. You could tell that he had experience as a teacher because his love for sharing and receiving knowledge was contagious. My 11 year old daughter has an attention span as low as her complaint meter is high and he was able to keep her engaged and the complaints to a bare minimum for the entire time of the tour! The museum is massive and it was nice to have a guiding hand to point out the high lights!

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