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Sony Wonder Technology Lab Manhattan

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Sony Wonder Technology Lab
56th Street at Madison Avenue
Manhattan
NY
10022
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Sony Wonder Technology Lab is located in the Sony Plaza at 56th Street and Madison Avenue in New York City.
Public Transportation:
Bus: M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M57
Subway: 4, 5, 6, N and R to 59th St and Lexington Ave. / E and V to 5th Ave./ F to 57th St. Walk to 56th Street and Madison Avenue.

Where are we going today?

Join the Sony Wonder Technology Lab (SWTL) community and begin your interactive journey into the world of technology and entertainment. With four floors of hands-on exhibits, you'll be able to create, communicate and collaborate in a whole new way! Design a unique digital profile while you explore the inner workings of electronic devices, create your own animated character, program a robot, and even perform virtual surgery. Experience high-definition films in the HD Theater or become part of a broadcast production team and learn about environmental issues in our HDTV Production Studio. You are certain to become a techno whiz - so be sure to log out and receive your personalized certificate to take home.
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When can we go?

Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 12:00 p.m. through 5:00 p.m. Closed Mondays

Need a little extra help?

Sony Wonder Technology Lab welcomes all visitors and strives to make its exhibits and services accessible to everyone. The Lab is wheelchair accessible throughout and service dogs are permitted. Individuals, families, or groups with special needs may request to go ahead of the public line.
Sign Language Tours
The Lab offers one and a half hour guided tours to visitors fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). These tours are led by a deaf tour guide and are available every Thursday.

What people are saying?

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    Was very boring. My kids went a little ahead and guards kept on stopping them. A 13 year old boy with a mother 3 feet back bringing stopped constantly!
    They were very bored and I couldn't just sit and watch them play I needed to be next to them all of the time!

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    Fantastic place to explore technology both new and old.

    Of course most of it Sony's own stuff but its 100% worth a visit, especially if you have teens or tweens.

    As an added bonus, its free !

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    This is truly an amazing museum. You have to book a week in advance. If you are a tech enthusiast like me, you experience the history of technology. It's great for kids but adults as well.

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    ...108...
    Gilligan's island
    TODAY show
    Burt Reynolds
    Loves you...
    Dawn Wells
    TODAY show
    September 17
    ...108...

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    I'm a tech geek! Love this place!

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