I agree with the other reviews that say the museum needs more. It also needs to decide what its focus is - whether it is a fun historical museum or a contemporary art space. A lot of the fourth floor (the recommended starting space for a visit) was taken up by a theatre showing an uninspiring video installation. However, there still many enjoyable interactive displays (e.g dubbing your voice into a Simpson's scene) and interesting exhibits which we all enjoyed.
An added bonus is that visiting here gets you out of Manhattan. It is worth walking-up to Broadway, the nearby main street (you may need to get directions), to see a different part of New York. You can also then get the subway where it is above ground, which is also an interesting experience.
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