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I really enjoyed this little gem of a museum. We were there on a Saturday afternoon and browsed the exhibits. They have an excellent collection of dinosaur fossils and bones. Also a great display of guns from early Texas. Admission was only $5 per adult...More
My wife and I were in Bryan and looked up "Things to Do" on tripadvisor. The museum was listed and it was a great visit. The museum has a wide variety of animal and fossil displays, is attractive, has a friendly staff, is inexpensive, and...More
I really enjoy the changing exhibits the museum offers; the one up right now is on the invention of the home computer and has an interactive room with an Atari that you can play on. The permanent exhibits focus on Texas History, going back to...More
A very small museum with a hodgepodge of small mostly static displays. If you have been to ANY other natural science museum you will be disappointed. Go to the George H W Bush Presidential Library instead.
Horse Power, the story of Horse-drawn vehicles" is the featured exhibit through mid-Jan.,2018. I spent about a hour looking at the exhibit and enjoyed it.
I was interested in the construction of stage coaches. There is a direct connection between the companies which manufactured horse...More
Personally, I love small random museums, with exhibits cobbled together from bequests, particularly if there's below average taxidermy. So this ticked my boxes.
Not so much my 15 month old son. There were no appropriate places for him to play, so he had to stay...More