Peruse Sugar Land’s new Paleo Hall — it’s newly doubled in size and open now!


January 28, 2013
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HMNS at Sugar Land has quite the pretty new Paleo Hall.

Check out the stunning new Paleo Hall in Sugar Land!

With 5,000 square feet of major mounts (including a Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus rex and Giant Ground Sloth), an impressive selection of trilobites, detailed to-scale models and an animated prehistoric aquarium, it’s got more than enough to interest a developing dino-lover or a seasoned fossil expert.

We've got trilobites

The trilobite section is one of the best in the area.

Fossilized in-ground Stegosaurus

Check out this fossilized in-ground Stegosaurus!

Triceratops

The Sugar Land Triceratops skeleton features a full tail.

Giant Armadillo

A fossilized prehistoric giant armadillo is just one of the specimens that once existed in the Texas area. To schedule your next visit to HMNS Sugar Land, click here.

Authored By Caroline Gallay

Caroline was the Digital Media Editor at HMNS from 2012 to 2013. She was responsible for telling the Museum’s story online. You could find Caroline on the site profiling characters around the museum and making sure you knew what the what was going on around this crazy/awesome place.


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