HMNS Press Kit
HOUSTON-What will happen on December 21, 2012? In short, a Maya calendar cycle will end-but what exactly does this mean? Maya 2012: Prophecy Becomes History explores the real story of the Maya and...
Explore Hidden Habitats and the Secret Lives of Forest Animals in Animal Secrets at HMNS at Sugar Land
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Explore Hidden Habitats and the Secret Lives of Forest Animals in Animal Secrets at HMNS at Sugar Land Sugar Land, TX-Where does a chipmunk sleep? What does an eagle feed its...
LaB 5555 at HMNS: The perfect mix of geek and chic
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LaB 5555 at HMNS: The perfect mix of geek and chic HOUSTON-Unlock your inner geek at LaB 5555-the new party place with an intelligent twist at the Houston Museum of Natural...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Venus Viewing Three ways to see the transit-HMNS, HMNS at Sugar Land, and George Observatory HOUSTON-The Houston Museum of Natural Science invites the public to observe a...
Celestial Smashups Seen in Cosmic Collisions
HOUSTON-Opening today, May 11, the Burke Baker Planetarium is proud to show Cosmic Collisions, narrated by Robert Redford, which launches visitors on a thrilling trip through space and time to...
A Day in the Life of a Dinosaur
Sugar Land, TX-Dinosaur Discovery, a new special exhibition at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land featuring a lively group of stomping, roaring, and animated dinosaurs, brings the...
Fabergé Imperial Easter Egg
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Houston Museum of Natural Science Announces Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
January 31, 2012-The Houston Museum of Natural Science announced today that it will host Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition during the 100th anniversary year of the Ship's sinking. The blockbuster...
Three powerful dynasties, all within your grasp at HMNS: Warriors, Tombs and Temples
In 2009, the Houston Museum of Natural Science and the BowersMuseumin Santa Ana, California, along with other prestigious museums around the world, hosted the highly-acclaimed exhibition, Terra Cotta...
The Houston Museum of Natural Science Presents Gemstone Carvings: Masterworks by Harold Van Pelt
For thousands of years, man has enjoyed the art of stone carving. Five thousand years ago, the Chinese began carving jade into mythical animals, and later the tradition of stone carving was carried...
Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War
When confederate forces attacked military installations at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, brother became pitted against brother, state against state, and north against south, all causing a young...
It Feels Like a Million Bucks
The elemental beauty of gold has inspired mankind for centuries. Over time, this gleaming yellow metal has been used for purposes both practical - with applications ranging from hard currency to...
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