Discovery Times Square

Discovery Times Square opened its doors in the summer of 2009 as NYC's first large-scale exhibition center. Now the planet's most extraordinary exhibits will come to life in 60,000 square feet beneath the heart of Times Square. In the vast space where The New York Times was printed for almost a century, Discovery TS offers enlightenment and education through exposure to the world's greatest exhibits.

This is the museum experience rendered anew featuring exhibitions in two massive galleries, an exclusive retail shop and café space.

Be sure to check out our current exhibits: The Hunger Games: The ExhibitionMarvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N and Body Worlds: PULSE

Located at 226 W. 44th Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues) -


How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical

From Dr. Seuss' beloved holiday tale has enjoyed two record-breaking runs on Broadway, successful engagements in Baltimore, Boston, and LA.

The story has come to life under the supervision of 2-time Tony Award winning director Jack O'Brien and the A-list production team including director Matt August, choreography by Oscar winning John Deluca, book by Timothy Mason and music by Mel Marvin. Plus, featuring the hit songs from the original animated series "You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch" and "Welcome Christmas," this musical captured the hearts of audiences young and old.


The Art of the Brick

Named one of CNN’s Top Ten ‘Global Must-See Exhibitions,’ THE ART OF THE BRICK exhibit by artist Nathan Sawaya is a critically acclaimed collection of inspiring artworks is made exclusively from one of the most recognizable toys in the world: the LEGO® brick. From child’s toy to sophisticated art form and beyond, the world’s largest display of LEGO art ever features original pieces as well as re-imagined versions of the world’s most famous art masterpieces like Van Gogh’s Starry Night  and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa  as well as a gallery showcasing an innovative, multimedia collection of LEGO brick infused photography produced in tandem with award-winning photographer Dean West.


Currently on display at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Click here to find out more.