From MarketWatch:

The Sony Wonder Technology Lab, a 14,000-square foot, technology and entertanment museum located in New York City celebrated its 20th anniversary on May 25. Opened to the public in 1994, it was Manhattan’s first interactive science center. Today, the Lab’s 19 permanent interactive exhibits are targeted to visitors between the ages of 8 and 14 and cover topics ranging from robotics to animation, to nanotechnology and TV production. The Lab works independently and collaboratively with a broad range of community-based non-profit partners to offer a wide range of free and low-cost movie screenings, workshops, and educational events during the school year.