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All the exhibits are great!
The Butterfly center and the Planetarium are very special!!
Renovated dinosaur exhibit is amazingggg plus zoltar is here!!
In the summer, sign up your kids for the Exploration classes- they're a lot of fun for kids and very educational as well!
I heard about the new paleontology hall so this will be tops on my next visit! Can't wait!
Don't forget to check out the mummies.
The have three t-rex skeletons. Enough said...
definitely worth checking out, kids and adults both will love it
If you have kids don't miss the installation downstairs. After, of course, you've checked out the dinosaur bones!
Nice place to learn many things. Only McD available here for meals.
A great natural science & history museum! Lovely.
Los jueves de 15:00 a 17:00 la entrada es gratis. De lo contrario $20 USD por adulto. Algunas exposiciones tiene. Costo extra: planetario, sharks, mariposas...
World class paleontology hall - the other exhibits are really good too - plenty of free parking near by if you want to save $10 that the garage charges
The basic collection is pretty decent, but the special exhibits are always interesting.
The Shark! Exhibit was smaller than I expected but still good. Worth the extra $5 bucks of you already plan to go to the museum
Lots of neat things to see
Demasaiadas exposiciones con costo extra....ai pagas todas realmente es muy caro el ticket completo. Eso sí, el museo esta en perfectas condiciones.
A disfrutar de la ciencia
The butterflies are so beautiful and so many to see :) , the prehistoric place is awesome for kids very educational and plenty to see , my daughter loved it
Muchas cosas fuera de servicio , no vale la pena el costo...
Family day at the museum.
Don't miss the Imax here. Local legend has it that it was once the largest in the country. The butterfly center is also a gem.
See the D-Day film in the Giant Theater
The Magna Carta from 1217 is in better shape than the food court restrooms here.
Bulgari jewels are stunning
If you only have time for one, make it the Houston Museum of Natural Science with incredible exhibits on Paleontology, Egypt, gems, malacoloy, butterflies and tons more.
Visit Mickey D's!
Be prepared to be charged for individual exhibits. Not cheap in the least bit.
Stay away from drugs. Try to be nice to people. Restaurants like Carrabba's, Vincent's, Nino's, Houston's, El Tiempo, & Molina's are sure fire winners when looking for something to eat.
If you expect out of town visitors, just get an individual membership and save some money. Because the new paleontology hall really should not be missed when in Houston.
Magna Carta preview. Self guided tour with HMNS Docents
Lots of fun!!!
Explore the far reaches of outer space, roam with the dinosaurs, wander through Africa's Serengeti, and marvel at the world's rarest and most beautiful minerals.
Sr. SEO Strategist Julia says, "If you like going to museums, it's usually cheaper to grab a membership. Since I became a member, I always want to go and get my knowledge on. Thursdays are free."
Ask for James on the paleonthology guided tour. Best guide ever!
Good to go with children.
They have a mummified cat here. For reals, yo. Awesome.
This place is terrific! Clean, easy, LOTS of different stuff to see. I was really (surprisingly) impressed by the Fabrege exhibit.
Head out to the Museum Experience - Zone 4 on September 28th for free museum entry, fun arts and crafts and more!
Ask for Rich to guide trough the museum... He is awesome!
Great museum! The dinosaur and science exhibit was amazing.
If you go in a group, have everyone who has a smart phone download Foursquare. Saved my family $32 with the Butterfly special for your first check in.
Check them out Sat, Sept 28th at "The Museum Experience - Zone 4!" Love this museum? Vote for the 2013 Best of Readers Choice for your favorite Houston Museum! http://readerschoice.houstonpress.com/
Love this place. I could spend days looking at everything. The updated Ancient Egypt exhibit is fascinating. So much to see!
Everything was awesome!!! Loved the mummies!
Ancient Egypt hall is awesome!
New paleontology hall is impressive but not for young kids. It's designed for older kids/ adults.
Someone want to explain why the Museum of Natural Science thinks that a Tyrannosaurus Rex is the same as a Brontosaurus?