This Saturday is the the 2nd annual Mamas Expo at the NY Hall of Science in Queens, and there’s still a few VIP tickets left for those lucky enough to snag them. The Mamas Expo is the place to be for all parents and expecting parents and their kids ages 0 to 6.
Featuring hands-on activities, product demonstrations, prenatal resources, workshops, product giveaways and more, VIP ticket holders will have access to all these as well as an exclusive VIP gift bag worth $200. The gift bag includes a children’s MP3 player, play mat, toy samples, and other special gifts from sponsors such as The Children’s Place, Giggle, Boogie Wipes, and SquareSpot.
VIP ticket holders will also have access to all Mama’s Expo events, full-day admission to New York Hall of Science and New York’s largest Science Playground, and a voucher for Rocket Park Mini-Golf. Go to www.nysci.org/expo to get your VIP ticket.
When: Saturday, May 5th 10 am – 5 pm
Where: New York Hall of Science 47-01 111th Street, Queens, NY 11368
VIP Tickets (Online Advanced Purchase Only)
How Much: $40 per person (pay one price for adults, children, students, seniors).
To purchase VIP tickets (by May 4, 2012): please visit http://www.queensmamas.com/expo or www.nysci.org/mamasexpo
Mama’s Expo Advance Access Ticket (general admission)
Advance Access tickets include admission to the Mama’s Expo, all-day admission to New York Hall of Science, access to the Science Playground, one any-time voucher for 1 round of Rocket Park Mini-Golf (expires June 5, 2012).
How Much (Online Advanced Purchase Price): $17 Adult (18+), $13 Child (2-17), Student (w/ID), Senior (62+), Under 2 Free
To purchase advance tickets (by May 4, 2012): please visit http://www.queensmamas.com/expo or www.nysci.org/mamasexpo
How Much (At the Door): $19 for all Adults, $15 for Children
Expo Membership Offer:
NYSCI Family Premium Membership can be purchased and entitle participants to free entry into the expo as well as a year of free unlimited admission to NYSCI for 2 adults and up to 6 children. Also includes free parking, discounts in the Science Shop and educational programs, plus reciprocal admission to over 300 science centers and 200 children’s museums.
How Much: $100
By Maria Adcock