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A Few Amazing Pieces In Our Hall Of Paleontology That Most Visitors Don’t Notice

Every year thousands of visitors pass through our Morian Hall of Paleontology. Within the labyrinthine halls of this massive space they encounter some of the most famous ancient creatures known to science: Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Megalodon, Mastodon and many others. The space is filled with so many gigantic wonders that it's easy to overlook some of the small but equally interesting pieces on display. So in this blog I will endeavor to help these little guys shine tall. Here's…

Our Marine Biologist Stephanie Reviews “The Meg”

My Thoughts on “The Meg” by Stephanie, the non-fictional Marie Biologist   Caution!! This contains Spoilers!!   Don’t get mad at me if you read this before watching the movie.  I warned you.     -First and foremost. Megalodons are extinct….. -No shark will continue to try to eat the metal hull of a submarine once they find it’s inedible and could cause ouchies.          -Right from the beginning, you know Jonas Taylor and Suyin will “get…

13 Freaky finds at HMNS

Tentacles, bodies and skeletons, oh my! No matter how beautiful or how vital to the history of natural science and life on Earth, some things are just a little freaky. Check out this short list of our top 13 strange, weird and scary artifacts housed in the permanent halls of the Houston Museum of Natural Science.13. Stone handsSculptor Harold van Pelt carved this hand from a solid block of a special mineral. The sculpture is an exact replica of his…

Air, sharks, and robots: Copywriter Jason goes to summer camp

What do you get when you throw a 30-year-old copywriter into a summer camp classroom full of 10-year-olds?A lot of weird looks and kids asking, "Miss, does he actually think he's 10 years old? Is that why he's here?"That, and an aqua T-shirt.Since Xplorations Summer Camp is in its final swing at the end of this summer (only two weeks left after this one!), I decided it was time I looked into what those brilliant teachers are showing all our curious…

HMNS at Hermann Park

5555 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston,Texas 77030
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HMNS at Sugar Land

13016 University Blvd.
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
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George Observatory

21901 FM 762 Rd.
Needville, Texas 77461
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Saturdays 3:00PM - 10:00PM
Saturdays (DST) 3:00PM - 11:00PM
DST = Daylight Savings Time.
Please call for holiday hours. Entry to Brazos Bend State Park ends at 9:30 p.m. daily
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