Houston Museum of Natural Science
Here are a few of the “must see” events that should receive attention from visitors from all around the world over Thanksgiving weekend in Houston.
There is no reason to search far and away for a piece of priceless history, the wonders of science and technology or your favorite art medium as Houston is home to a variety of museums holding exhibits permanently.
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If you prefer a little learning mixed in with your nightly entertainment, Houston has you covered. There’s a number of places to go and have fun while becoming more informed about science, comics, pop culture and yes, even Ms. Pac-Man. If that’s a little geeky, so be it. Here’s some upcoming events worth a night out.
Don’t miss out on the best exhibitions coming to Houston in 2013.
Some might prepare for the end of the world by checking off items on their bucket list. But at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, curators are launching an exhibit designed to demystify the Maya and debunk the myth.
From prehistoric skeletons to modern furniture and everything in between, this fall’s exhibits are sure to serve up something for everyone.
Send the kids back to school with something to talk about. These Houston-area destinations are both family friendly and fun. Dinosaurs, water fun, animals, model boats, listening vessels or a boat ride promise great family memories this summer. Take a picnic or explore nearby restaurants to round out the day.
Beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 27, officers from the Houston Police Department’s South Central Patrol Division will offer crime prevention tips to patrons of the Houston Museum of Natural Science.