6. Meet Titanosaur at The American Museum of Natural History
Meet the latest dinosaur species to take up residence at the American Museum of Natural History – the Titanosaur. At full height, the T is two feet shy of the nineteen foot ceiling within the Wallach Orientation Center. At 122 feet long, its head extends out the door towards the elevator banks. Paleontologists believe this dinosaur probably weighed in around 70 tons. Titanosaur is on view on the fourth floor of the Museum of Natural History, located on Central Park West, at 79th Street. While you’re there, check out The Butterfly Conservatory exhibit, which will be on view through May 29, 2016.