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HMNS Field Trips: Making School Cool!
March 30, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

    Half a million school kids visit HMNS each year. They come from the Metro Area and all around. From the Woodlands to Westgate, no matter where in the Houston area their school is a kid is likely to visit us eventually. But the field trips mean different things to different students. Some kids […]

Google’s Field Trip Days At HMNS
March 2, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

By Elizabeth Galante, Content Manager and Data Analyst, Youth Education Sales   Thanks to a sponsorship from Google, the Houston Museum of Natural Science was able to close the Museum to the public and invite 2,082 Houston-area students, teachers, and chaperones to a free evening field trip on January 20, 2017. Google’s generous support provided […]

HMNS Weekly Happenings
February 20, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

BTS – Mummies of the World: The Exhibition     Mummies of the World: The Exhibition presents a collection of mummies from Europe, South America and ancient Egypt-some 4,500 years old.   Go behind-the-scenes and learn about mummies and mummification through state-of-the-art multimedia, interactive stations and 3D animation, highlighting advances in the scientific methods used […]

Xplorations Summer Camp as a former camper (or why you should enter this contest to win a free week of camp!)
January 30, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

  The Houston Museum of Natural Science’s ticketing software has records going back to July 31, 2007. My family’s first recorded transaction in this system was in August 2007. Needless to say, we love the museum.     My younger brother and I at the Members’ Preview for the brand new Morian Hall of Paleontology […]



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