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Visit the frozen landscapes of North America, Europe and Asia ten thousand years before modern civilization, a time when humans shared the world wi...
Naturalist and photographer J. J. L'Heureux turned her lens on the ice and animals who call it home for her exhibit ''Penguins of the Antarctic: A ...
The luxurious splendor and artistic style bejeweled Fabergé eggs became synonymous with Imperial Russia and the ruling Romanov family, and were a p...
Houston's Museum District is a favorite destination for both locals and tourists. But choice museum offerings aren't limited to that one location. And while we have several world-class museums (the Mu... More »
We've got three great reasons you should visit the Houston Museum of Natural Science's new Paleontology Hall. 3. Size: The thing's as long as a football field. And the dinosaur skeletons are as big ... More »
Recently I decided to put down the cash and become an honest-to-God card-carrying member of the Houston Museum of Natural Science. I find that walking the halls of the HMNS is a fine way to kill a few... More »
The Houston Public Media Silent Film Concert Series continues on Friday with F.W. Murnau's Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927). Adapted from Hermann Sudermann's short story "A Trip to Tilsit," Sunris... More »
Calling all milkshake makers: Alamo Drafthouse just announced its first-ever milkshake creation contest. Along with all of the milkshake flavors the movie chain currently sells, it's looking to expand... More »
One of the coolest places in Houston! They've got a huge dinosaur hall, gorgeous gems and minerals, a mummy, and a ton more cool stuff. I've been dozens of times and it still hasn't gotten old. Plus they recently remodeled the dinosaur hall, so if you haven't been in awhile, you need to check it out! This is one of the first places I'd take a someone who was visiting or just moved here.
Houston was once home to AstroWorld, amusement park extraordinaire. Sadly, AstroWorld is gone, but we still have a world-class family entertainment facility – the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Wait, wait, yes, it's a museum, but it's not the kind where you have to whisper and the exhibits are safely tucked behind velvet ropes. Here, kids are encouraged to talk and touch, even to squeal with delight, if they are so moved. Blending education with entertainment, the museum presents a... More »
As the song goes, "Ain't nothin' like the real thing." If you're doing a dino-party, you really can't beat the ambience of celebrating amid actual dinosaurs. Consider the price regularly paid to set up moonwalks and hire magicians and hungover clowns. Then consider cleaning it all up off a suburban lawn. Think about it too long and you're likely to have an anxiety attack. Calm down. Take deep breaths. Rent out the Houston Museum of Natural Science paleontology hall instead. Comparatively,... More »
Make this one plural, as in Best Shops. The Houston Museum of Natural Science severs the traditional museum gift store into a parent-and-child participatory sport. Mom and Dad -- or just those without children -- get their consumer time in the fairly upscale Collector's Gift Shop. The quiet confines with classy thick wood accents offer up genuine collectibles and quality goods, ranging from luminous butterfly wings pressed into glass to C.L. Whiting's "leaf leather" purses and accessories.... More »
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