Opened in 1913, this is the largest natural history museum in western America and displays over 35 million specimens and artefacts which cover as huge as 4.5 billion time period of earth’s history. With permanent floor exhibits, the museum has a display ranging of various subjects like Annelida, Anthropology and Archaeology, Ethnology, Crustacea, Echinoderms, Entomology, Herpetology, History, Ichthyology, Invertebrate Palaeontology, Malacology, Mammalogy, Mineralogy, Ornithology and Vertebrate Palaeontology.
Other attractions in the museum include The Butterfly Pavement, the Spider Pavement, Dinosaur Hall and Outdoor Nature Gardens and Nature Lab.
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The museum. A sad display of dead animals. It made me feel as though I was walking through a mass cemetery where I got to see what the animals looked like before they died. I thought we have such technology now, we can have interactive graphics that can show how the animals lived and what they used to do in 4 or 5D! The pros: The outdoor area on the bottom floor takes the cake. How is it that nobody is trying to invite those who are eating their lunch outside on the curb or the stairs after visiting the museum? Don't eat out in the front of the museum. Next time you go, eat outside on the bottom floor, surrounded by nature. They have tables, chairs and umbrellas. It is beautiful, and it will give you the best experience. Going outside was the best idea I could have had. The kids loved it. There are play grounds, fountains, a little lake, and a few other things to see and explore!
Very nice, medium-sized collection with a good range of natural history exhibits. Some very creative presentations of habitats in addition to the traditional dioramas, taxidermy & skeletons. Can view some fossil preservation work being performed. Beautiful building and easy to get to and park. Metro stop also right nearby. Spent a little less than 2 hours and we saw everything but the special exhibits (having seen them in Denver's NH museum previously).
My visit to the museum was truly a memorable occasion. The displays are top notch, and while most (nearly all) provide a vastly detailed description of the main attraction per exibit, a great amount of additional description was included towards habitats and any secondary items within each display. I would highly recommend a visit. And very kid friendly as well, my two young boys were vibrant and interested for our entire three hour visit.
Summer Nights in the Garden in July and August is something definitely worth going and checking out the natural habitat lab is open downstairs in the garden there's live entertainment arts and crafts, adult beverages and a live animals show for all ages. Food trucks are there for a nice dinner selection. Admission is free for members but you have to call or go o line to reserve a spot.
Great Great museum. I love going there with my son. They always have new exhibits so it's never really the same. The only downside is the parking. $12 Cash. Better bring cash or they won't let you park. But still overall a great experience. 5 Stars for me.