The Houston Museum of Natural Science comes to Levy Park to offer an opportunity to learn firsthand from Museum experts. Encounter real specimens and artifacts from the museum collection in an intimate, educational atmosphere.
August 22 – Cultural Africa: Experience the rich and varied history, geography, peoples, and cultures of Africa, the world’s second-largest continent, with master docents from the Houston Museum of Natural Science during this program.
September 26 – Build it Big: Think big with the Houston Museum of Natural Science! This program is perfect for families as they explore structural concepts in engineering, architecture and construction together. Discover which shapes build the strongest structures and see how even paper can become strong enough to hold up a person. Find out how architects and engineers design and build buildings, bridges, and skyscrapers, and deal with the challenges of building big.
October 24 – Amazing Arthopods: Carnivores: For many arthropods, meat is the only thing on the menu. Join the Houston Museum of Natural Science as we introduce you to our most captivating carnivorous specimens and teach you about the adaptations which help these insects snag their next meal!