Mathematics illuminates the patterns and structures all around us. Our dynamic exhibits, gallery, and programs will stimulate inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of mathematics. MoMath has innovative exhibits that will engage folks from 105 to 5 years old (and sometimes younger), but with a special emphasis on activities for 4th through 8th graders.
The Museum is located at 11 East 26th Street in Manhattan and is open from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, seven days a week, 364 days a year (MoMath is closed on Thanksgiving Day). Special note: MoMath closes early the first Wednesday of every month, at 2:30 PM. In addition, the lower level of the Museum will be closing at 4:30 pm on Sunday, October 5, for a very special installment of the MoMath Winton Power Series, featuring Breakthrough Prize winner Richard Taylor.
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Don’t start making post-summer plans until you’ve seen MoMath’s new fall schedule. Between origami, 3D printing workshops, the return of Unbounded, and more, you’ll fall in love with MoMath all over again.
Last chance to see the critically acclaimed Compounding Visions show, featuring the work of Trevor and Ryan Oakes! See it now in Composite: the Gallery at MoMath.
Learn more about exciting events happening at the Museum soon!
An afternoon program for preschool children
An afternoon program for gifted math students
Visit mm2go.org to learn more about Math Midway 2 Go!
Shop at Additions and help support the nation’s only Museum of Mathematics.
The event honored Jim Simons and raised over one million dollars.
Watch Eileen Collins talk about the importance of math education!
MoMath tops the 2013 list of museums for kids!
CBS News‘s Mo Rocca explores MoMath in this television feature!
MoMath is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join its efforts to create North America’s only cultural institution devoted to mathematics. See current listings.
MoMath is now offering reservations for group visit slots. Click here to learn more and book your group visits today.
The National Museum of Mathematics has partnered with Make Magazine to produce Math Mondays, a weekly column on Make: Online featuring fun, experiential, and puzzling items that explore different aspects of mathematics.