The Cockrell Butterfly Center at HMNS is one of the most unique locations in Houston. Among the over 1,500 butterfly species you spy as you wander through our enchanting rainforest conservatory, is the beautiful Yellow Tiger Longwing, Heliconius ismenius
At the Houston Museum of Natural Science, we know that children who are encouraged to use their creativity learn to innovate, and those who are innovative can have great success in the sciences.
At first blush art and science look like different disciplines, but if you look closely you will see they share much in common. Creativity and innovation are happening every day in Art Smart, one of our popular Xplorations Summer Camps.
Looking for some intelligent nightlife? Mix up your social scene at Mixers & Elixirs! Pop on over to our place on Friday, July 21st to mingle, clink your cocktail glass and break out your best dance moves. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the live band, dancing, cash bars and the city’s best food trucks. The perfect party, where the science club meets the social set happens every month this this summer!
The reputation of La Malinche suffers from her intimate connection with the destruction of her own culture. Scholars in the past demonized her as some sort of provocateur or temptress. They use the fact that she had a child by Cortes to support this assertion. But in reality she was a slave and if she had not done was she was asked bad things would have happened to her.