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HMNS Expansion Update: September 2011
September 9, 2011 · 4 Comments

If you’ve been searching for a silver lining to the story of our area’s historic drought, here’s a very small one: the museum’s new Dan L Duncan Wing didn’t lose a single day of work this summer due to rain. Progress on the expansion project has been made at a furious pace over the past few […]

Members…And Monsters! [The Prehistoric Kind]
August 19, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

This summer is still swinging (17 straight days of 100+ temps make that fact hard to forget) – but we’re already looking forward to summer 2012! Why? Because that’s when our new paleontology hall opens! To get ready, we previewed the new hall this summer with a series of member events – each one featured […]

Expansion Update! New Time Lapse Video
February 7, 2011 · 8 Comments

Not even the amazing speed of this winter’s construction can top a flying dinosaur, but the last few months have been a period of exciting progress on the Expansion Wing. As the building’s skeleton has emerged up and out (and out and out) of the basement, the project site literally looks different every day. For […]



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