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Kids Can Learn About Physics at This Block Party, Too!
June 22, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

by Kavita Self The Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land’s summer special exhibit, Block Party, Too! opened Friday, June 3. At the End of School Festival the day before, patrons got an exclusive sneak peek at the summer fun, and it was a big hit! Similar to Block Party at HMNS, but with a Sugar […]

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 […]

Ankylosaurs aren’t very aerodynamic*
January 27, 2011 · 2 Comments

But they can still fly! Quite a view! See the entire set from the move on Flickr. If you’ve never seen a dinosaur fly, then you weren’t in the vicinity of the museum around 11 am last Friday – at which time it was almost impossible to miss our airborne ankylosaur. Pretty cool! The ankylosaur […]

Quetzalcoatlas! Grand Hall Display Through Monday
January 14, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

It’s MASSIVE. See a full set of photos of the assembly of this fossil from this morning on Flickr. We’ve got a new visitor to the Museum’s Grand Hall – the giant Texas Pterosaur, Quetzalcoatlus! Quetzalcoatlus northropi and its close kin can be considered as the largest animals to have ever flown – and the […]



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