New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science, Albuquerque
About New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science, Albuquerque
New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science, Albuquerque - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1801 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, United States
Ticket Price: 7 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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A museum that takes you to through the journey of the earth and the various chronological events that happened over the course of time. The museum houses permanent exhibits of these events and also a huge theatre that has shows periodically.
New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science Information
- Special events take place time to time.
- Souvenir store is available.
New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science Ticket Prices
- The ticket to Dynatheatre is USD 10.
- The ticket to planetarium is USD 7.
- Seniors and children have a concession in ticket.
- Combine ticket discounts are available.
How To reach New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science by Public Transport
- Rented car or Rio Grande
Restaurants Near New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science
- Slate at the museum
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New Mexico Museum Of Natural History And Science, Albuquerque Reviews - Write a Review
My son and I love this museum. There's Stan the T-rex, stegosaurus, dinosaur eggs, cave and volcano exhibit. You can walk through it in order (we never do, but you can) and the displays walk you through different ages. there's the Mars rover replica (only 2 in existence, from what they told us), bits and pieces of rock and mineral from space. My personal favorite is the rock collection near the theater, where you can catch 3D movies that are child-friendly. The cafeteria is reasonably priced and the shop has all sorts of educational (and not educational) goodies.
I took 3 boys ages 2, 4, and 9 and all had a great time. The planetarium was amazing we watched the stargazing show with big bird and Elmo even the older one loved the experience. I do wish there was more interactive parts but overall it was a nice experience.
This Museum appears to be a little overpriced for what's inside. If you buy into the whole global warming and evolution theology then this is the church for you. If you're not pro global warming and other hypothesis along that line then I would go elsewhere. This museum has some pretty cool dinosaurs but other than that it's pretty boring. A lot of pictures and words for the museum instead of informative things that Captivate the viewer. There are some interactive programs here also from 1999.
An amazing place to just visit and have fun or for class trips. They have exhibits from dinosaurs to how the earth formed and even to how sound operates. I'll definitely be visiting this place again, never gets old and I can always learn something new.
My friends and I came here for the 2017 Solar Eclipse and it was absolutley packed! It was such a great experience though. We explored the museum after it was just a really great day. It is really nice to go to museums as an adult and actually appreciate everything that is there. Makes for a great day-date too
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