posted Feb 25, 2013, 2:03 PM by Christine Brower-Cohen
updated Feb 25, 2013, 2:10 PM
Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Station is home to an exhibit honoring the 100th anniversary of the Grand Central Terminal. Hurry to see the exhibit before it closes on March 15th, but take time to admire the beautiful architecture of this historic building. While taking in the beauty and history, why not try some science in the "whisper corners?" Kids are sure to love the experience, and you can discuss how the domed ceiling helps the sound waves travel. For a literary connection, you can read about this phenomenon in the "Whisper Lake" scene of the book, If You're Reading This it's Too Late, by Pseudonymous Bosch. And if exploring Grand Central makes you hungry, I highly recommend Michael Jordan's Steakhouse overlooking the Main Concourse.