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Oh The Hermannity! The Story of Houston’s Most Beautiful Green Space
February 7, 2019 · 1 Comment

It’s February and we’re finally past the most miserable phase of Houston’s trademark cold and soggy winter. Every once in a while we’re getting those perfect golden days of sun and warm (but not too warm) weather and many of us are already looking forward to enjoying the outdoors. With that in mind I thought […]

Revisiting a Piece of Houston TV history in the HMNS archives
January 2, 2019 · Be The First To Comment

Tucked away inside the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s extensive off-site archives, among taxidermy and specimens galore from over a century of collecting, stands a piece of Houston television history on three rickety wheels. It was in 1971 that the team at KPRC-TV donated one of its studio cameras to HMNS. For years it stood […]

Stay Warm And Merry At HMNS Events This Week!
December 10, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

  Feeling chilled to the bone after all this cold, wet weather we’ve been having? Come to the Houston Museum of Natural Science and bask in the soft warm glow of scientific enlightenment! We’ve decked our halls with Christmas Trees decorated by local charity organizations, converted our Cockrell Butterfly Center into a winter wonderland (but […]

All About Bug Gardens, Bone Picking And Bullets Trains: HMNS Has The Knowledge You Need This Week!
December 3, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

Educational fun. Is that an oxymoron? At the Houston Museum of Natural Science it isn’t! Case in point: this week’s awesome schedule of activities. We have a lecture about the Bullet Train that will soon connect Houston and Dallas presented by Michael Moore, the Vice President of Texas Central, the company developing the high speed […]



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