Houston Museum of Natural Science

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Event/Item Event Scheduled  
Body Carnival: The Science and Fun of Being You

 

Body Carnival: The Science and Fun of Being You Exhibit uses carnival-themed components to explore the connections between perception and the laws of physics within the human body.

 

Visitors can learn about themselves while investigating force, light, color, balance and more.

 

You can crawl through a giant artery to see (and hear) how plaque build-up effects your blood flow. Test your balance as you walk through the 10-foot long Dizzy Tunnel, which simulates a rotating star field. Put on a pair of vision-distorting goggles and discover how sight affects the ability to walk straight. Experiment in the House of Color with different sources of light. “Hear” through your bones and muscles while learning how these transmit sound, and more.

 

7/24/2014 – 8/24/2014 Select
Sugar Land Dig Pit (Ages 2 and Under)

Experience the thrill of paleontology first-hand! Our youngest scientists (ages 2 and under) discover dinosaurs while exploring colors and exercising their fine motor skills in their own dig pit.

 

 

 

Admission to the HMNS at Sugar Land exhibit halls requires a separate ticket purchase.

 

 

7/24/2014 – 1/18/2015 Select
Sugar Land Dig Pit (Ages 3-11)

Experience the thrill of paleontology first-hand! Several species of cast fossil dinosaurs await discovery in the Dig Pit! Budding scientists will be delighted to dig for dinosaurs under the watchful gaze of a prehistoric archelon, the largest sea turtle ever discovered.

 

 

Admission to the HMNS at Sugar Land exhibit halls requires a separate ticket purchase.

 

 

7/24/2014 – 1/18/2015 Select
Sugar Land Permanent Exhibits

From 2 terrifying Tyrannosaurus rex to colorful, living frogs, HMNS at Sugar Land has something for everyone. This satellite facility of the Houston Museum of Natural Science has permanent galleries reflecting the most popular exhibit areas of the main Museum campus, each of which present required science topics for Texas schools as fun and engaging activities for the whole family.

 

7/24/2014 – 1/18/2015 Select