If you or the kids are interested in science, technology or making things like your own robot, buy early bird discount tickets now to the annual Maker Faire, sponsored by Disney, NASA, Google, Microsoft and other tech companies.
The 9th annual Maker Faire NYC is the weekend of Sept. 22/23 at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, and it’s one of the biggest and best annual family events in NYC.
There’s a huge range of ticket prices for adults, students and kids, from $21.25 to $80.
Immerse yourself in Maker culture with endless exhibits, multiple stages, big art and spectacle, workshops, hands-on making and learning— all showcasing the creative and experimental folks who make, play, tinker and hack in areas including:
+ Future of Food
+ STEM & STEAM
+ Tools and Materials
+ Crazy things you’ve never seen
Click here for the full schedule of presentations, performers and workshops.
Maker Faire tickets range from $30.00-$80.00 for Weekend Passes and $20.00-$45.00 for Single Day Passes.
The Early Bird Discount is in effect through August 1, 2018, 11:59 pm EDT and offers the best pricing on tickets. Advance Purchase Pricing is in effect through September 21, 2018,11:59 pm EDT.
At-the-Door Pricing is in effect on September 22 and September 23 at the Faire only. Children 2 and under are free.
Best ticket deal for Maker Faire: NYC on the Cheap recommends the Sunday Saver Pass for $100, for four people, good Sunday only.
Get discount tickets year-round for family events, Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, concerts, sightseeing cruises and more.
Think of all the science and technology you drive, from keyless entry to blind spot monitoring and the robots on the assembly line.
There are Maker Faire festivals in other cities, too, including Orlando and San Francisco. Find the schedule on the Maker Faire website.
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