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Vouchers may be redeemed now through April 7, 2013. To redeem, bring a printed voucher to the Discovery Times Square box office. Limit 8 vouchers per person. Discounts reflect TSX Operating Co.âs current ticket prices. Full prices may differ on the day of the event. This deal cannot be combined with any other offers. Must be used in 1 visit. This is a date-specific event. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges.
"Spy: The Secret World of Espionage," an interactive, family-friendly exhibit in Times Square, will take you beyond the Hollywood fiction and put you face-to-face with the secret truth that goes on behind the scenes. With this offer, tickets to the exhibit are more than 50% off. Explore the exhibit at Discovery Times Square anytime before it closes April 7. The following rates are available: â¢ $13 (reg. $27.13, incl. taxes and fees) ... children (ages 4-12; kids under 4 are free) â¢ $15 (reg. $31.49, incl. taxes and fees) ... seniors (ages 65 and up) â¢ $17 (reg. $35.30, incl. taxes and fees) ... adults At the exhibit, visitors can encounter real declassified gadgets from the world's leading intelligence agencies, navigate their way through an actual laser field, create their own disguise and alter their voices, and explore more than 200 historical artifacts illustrating the evolution of spy technology.
With this GrouponLive deal to Discovery Times Square, choose from the following options for either Harry Potter: The Exhibition or Spy: The Secret World of Espionage: $16 for one ticket for kids ages 4–12 (up to a $27.13 value, including fees); kids age 4 or younger get in free $19 for one adult ticket (up to a $35.30 value, including fees) $27 for one combo ticket to both exhibits (up to a $53.80 value, including fees) After a successful international tour, the iconic Harry Potter: The Exhibition is back in New York City, showcasing the artistry that went into making ...
If your version of biblical history starts and ends with Charlton Heston in a beard and frock, let today's deal from Discovery Times Square -- in partnership with the Israel Antiquities Authority -- deliver you to the promised land of a thorough education. Pay $19 (regularly $37) for a children's ticket or $23 (regularly $45) for an adult ticket to the once-in-a-lifetime Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit. Let your people go and explore this unbelievably fascinating display of more than 500 religious artifacts including an actual three-ton stone from the Western Wall of the Second Temple and the Dead Sea Scrolls. These famed documents date from as early as 150 BC and represent the earliest known sources of Judeo-Christian text. Your admission even comes with an audio tour and exhibit book so you won't miss any piece of riveting information before you make your exodus.
One of the best parts of any James Bond movie is when Q shows up with his arsenal of ingenious spying devices. "Spy: The Exhibit" is similar but with one big exception: The gadgets on display aren't props, but real, declassified tools from the world's leading intelligence agencies. See more than 200 historical artifacts including a robotic flying dragonfly, a German Enigma machine and the ice axe that killed Trotsky. Nothing in a spy novel can compare with these objects, many of which have never been seen. But the fun doesn't end there: You can also experience what it's like to be a spy "firsthand". You can alter your voice, create your own disguise and, yes, even navigate your way through a misty room filled with shifting lasers.
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