Naranjo Museum Summer Camp Registration NOW OPEN

Scroll down for Summer Camp web page and to see which camps still have openings.

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Schedule a Field Trip to the Naranjo Museum

Contact Veronica Amoe at veronica@naranjomuseum.org to schedule your class field trip this Spring! See post below for more information.

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Classroom Rental for Birthday Parties

Rent the museum classroom for your next birthday party or event. See the Birthday Party page under the exhibits/programs/rentals tab.

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Visit The Naranjo Museum of Natural History

We are open

Tickets Price
Age 3 & under Free
Age 4 to 18 $5.00
Adults $7.50

Hours of Operation
Mon. - Sat.: 10 AM to 6 PM
Sunday: 1 PM to 6 PM

For more information, call
(936) 639-3466


Currently happening at the museum

Naranjo Museum loans fossils to the Discovery Science Place in Tyler, TX.

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  CLICK HERE for "Return of the Dinosaurs" promotional video This Summer, the Naranjo Museum of Natural History will be loaning a few real fossils to the Discovery Science Place in Tyler, TX. I ...

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Naranjo Museum Summer Camps 2018

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CLICK the underlined LINK for info & forms Naranjo Museum Summer Camp Information 2018 After reading information, if you have any questions about the Naranjo Museum Summer Camps,  please contact ...

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Schedule a Field Trip to the Naranjo Museum!

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  Take your students on a journey of discovery and wonderment. Plan a field trip at the Naranjo Museum of Natural History! Guided Tours. When your group visits the museum on a field trip, t ...

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Katie the Cave Bear

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The Cave Bear is an extinct species of bears that lived in Europe during the Pleistocene period. It became extinct after the last Ice Age. They are the ancestors of the Brown Bear that exist today. ...

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Permian Period

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The large specimens are complete fossil animals. The lava and flat round sand stone were found on site. The large stones have footprints and tail drags. The Permian Period saw the diversification ...

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Triassic Period

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The first dinosaur is believed to be Coelophysis. The flat rocks have footprints and tail drags, and the petrified wood was found at dig sites while finding fossil bones. After the Permian extinction ...

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Become a Member

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP $30 - Free Admission for 1 year - Quarterly Newsletter - Special invitation to Members-only events FAMILY MEMBERSHIP $60 - Free annual admission for two named adults and all ...

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