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.
Docents To Go: Paleontology (3/13)
Learn how living organisms are transformed into fossils and discover what fossils reveal about prehistoric life.
Earth Science on Wheels: Dinosaur Discovery (3/14)
What was a dinosaur, and what was it like to be one? Discover one of the most famous prehistoric animals!
Perfect for any age, 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. Marvel at dinosaur bones, horns, claws, teeth, and skin right inside your classroom, and learn what makes dinosaurs so incredible!
Docents To Go: Astronomy (3/15)
Investigate our place in space and ways we study this exciting place full of planets, moons, stars, and galaxies.
Bugs on Wheels: The Magic of Metamorphosis (3/16)
Lots of bugs go through some interesting life cycles, but what makes butterflies and moths so special and unique? Why, their mysterious and magical metamorphosis that they undergo, of course!
Learn about the differences of butterflies and moths, what happens in their pupal stage, the relationship between plants and pollinators, and more!
Docents To Go: Insects (3/17)
Investigate Earth’s most abundant forms of life and their marvelous characteristics.