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.
Earth Science on Wheels: Dinosaur Discovery (5/29)
What was a dinosaur, and what was it like to be one? Discover one of the most famous prehistoric animals! This highly interactive presentation offers a peek into the thrilling daily life of the dinosaur: investigate what dinosaurs ate, how they hunted, and the adaptations they developed to survive in a harsh and competitive prehistoric world. Meet carnivorous and herbivorous dinosaurs through real fossilized specimens, while exploring the special characteristics that distinguish dinosaurs from other animals.
Wildlife on Wheels: Invertebrates (6/26)
Did you know that 99 percent of all living species are invertebrates? Learn how lacking a spine can be beneficial, while exploring the unique characteristics of the invertebrate animal families and the adaptations which help them survive. Get up-close and personal with Earth’s largest group of animals as you meet live insects, arachnids, mollusks, echinoderms, and more!
Docents To Go: Ocean Life (7/31)
During a Docents To Go presentation, our expert volunteer docents will visit your organization with real Museum artifacts and specimens! Dive into Earth’s largest ecosystem and examine intriguing examples of diverse ocean life.