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DNAinfo's own Katie Honan recommends starting at the museum's Panorama of the City of New York to spot your favorite parts of the Big Apple in miniature, before wandering into the park to find remnants of the 1964 World's Fair.Check out the Unisphere outside the museum, a monument to "Peace Through Mutual Understanding" (maybe a good stop for couples in an argument), the two UFO-like structures to the right, which were featured in the movie "Men in Black," and the restored carousel near the exit.