The IMAX experience is enriching. The museum offers evening talks from researchers and scientists from around the world. The exhibits are nice.
About The Houston Museum of Natural Science
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The permanent exhibit of dinosaurs and fossils are of a wide variety and very well displayed! Thursdays have free admission for all! The exhibits of the various indigenous peoples of North and South America is also very well curated! Its definitely worth a visit! The...More
Great exhibits, well planned and organized. Interactive displays for the children. Be sure to check out the petrified wood section. Lots of photo opportunities throughout the museum. No flash allowed, so set your cameras for max. ISO. Most exhibits very well lit. Dinosaurs are big...More
HMNS has one of the best gem and mineral collections in the United States. It is absolutely stunning to behold the magic of the mineral kingdom. Then there are the dinosaurs, insects, the Burke Baker Planetarium AND butterflies. HMNS truly has something for everyone.
I took my six yo grandson to this museum and it was so good we walked thru 2X. The dinosaur exhibit was excellent and even at 6 he was totally entertained. Same for the mummy exhibit as well as the wild game exhibits. The 3D...More
We have had a membership for many years at this museum. Our children and grandchildren enjoyed the dinosaur exhibit as well as others. The mummies were also a favorite. I like the gem exhibit. The IMAX theater was always on our agenda.
The museum is located near the Hermann Park. The pre-historic animal exhibit is fantastic. The butterfly garden was also nice.
Whether you like dinosaurs, mummies or butterflies, this museum is always worth a trip. Try to look for discount coupons because it can be pricey. If it is not too busy, park in the free lots or on the street. Otherwise the parking garage is...More
The entire museum is very interesting , even if you have visited before, always new things to see. One of the best dinosaur exhibits anywhere. On one floor there is a new exhibit of Texas wildlife and fauna , arranged in such a natural way...More