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HMNS 16m
You guys did it all! Looks like a great day!
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I’m so excited for the first cold front after this blistering summer. Thinking of making this my winter look!
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H-Town is hot but is super cool. Check out it today and tag us in your selfies. DETAILS:
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HMNS 20h
makes a great marriage proposal venue, just sayin'. Let us know how we can help. DETAILS:
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National Geographic Aug 17
“Microplastic is in the air, and it's not unlikely that we also inhale some of it”
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HMNS Aug 17
Meet some of the animals from the Outreach Program in our latest video.
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HMNS Aug 16
“Art takes nature as its model.” - Aristotle
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HMNS Aug 16
Hey ! We got mummies, dinosaurs , gems, and a giant moon!
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HMNS Aug 16
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HMNS Aug 16
Why can’t you trust atoms? They make up everything.
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HMNS Aug 16
What do you call a dinosaur with a extensive vocabulary? A thesaurus.
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HMNS Aug 16
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HMNS Aug 16
Our very "wizardly" edition of Mixers And Elixirs is just one week away. Get your tickets NOW before the price goes up at midnight. TICKETS:
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HMNS Aug 16
MUSEUM SCHEDULE UPDATE: Today the gem and mineral hall will close at 4pm. On Saturday the paleo hall will close at 3pm and the entire museum itself will be closing at 4pm Saturday. We'll be back up and running on Sunday for all your dino, gem, and mummy needs!
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HMNS Aug 15
What is your favorite piece inside the Morian Hall of Paleontology?
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HMNS Aug 15
The celestial globe inside Cabinet of Curiosities used to reside in the old Houston Petroleum Club. Hence its smoky patina. Scientists used to use these to study the sky. Now, it's a just great museum piece.
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HMNS Aug 15
Was there a Pompeii version of ? That's what we need to know.
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HMNS Aug 15
It's at ! All of our permanent exhibitions are free from 6pm to 9pm. What's included? Check the link! DETAILS:
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HMNS Aug 14
Interesting read!
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HMNS Aug 14
School starts again soon and we're getting a bit emotional. What was the best thing you saw this summer break at with your people?
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