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The Museum of Life and Science is one of North Carolina’s top attractions. Situated on 84-acres, our interactive science park includes a science center, a butterfly conservatory which is one of the largest in the world and beautifully-landscaped...more
Less a traditional museum than a garden of life, it contains birds, small animals of various kinds, and most of all, butterflies! Big ones, little ones, and all of them nature's wonders. If you are lucky, they will land on you. There is nothing cuter...More
We spent a total of 4 1/2 hours here. Three hours were spent outside. We didn’t even have time to ride the train. It is an extra cost. Our 2 &4 year olds really enjoyed everything outside. The treetops area and creek were their favorites....More
I learned about bugs and butterfly’s and dinosaurs! The train ride was fun! Oh yes, my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter loved every minute too! It was hot but......
She was tired out by the return to the car!
I took my niece to this museum for her 1st time. I had taken my teenage kids there years ago when they were younger. The museum has really changed a lot over the years and added more exhibits. The outdoor exhibit is by far the...More
We visited the museum on a Saturday (kinda busy). This is a very informative museum. Lots of different labs to do hands on things. Has real live animals to see and many exhibits with dinosaur bones. We spent about 2 hours there. We didn't do...More
I have taken elementary and middle school classes on field trips to the MoLS and my own son loved coming here as a child. It's a great way to spend time enjoying nature and participating in fun learning activities, both inside and outside.
Liked our visit so much during a birthday party that we signed up for a membership. We go about once a month, take visitors, and just a quick whim for our kids to enjoy. Even adults, myself, enjoy the treehouse and outdoor stream. So many...More