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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

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

Decorate the Naranjo Museum Christmas Tree

Starting Saturday, November 23rd, children are invited to color dinosaur ornaments for the Naranjo Museum Christmas Tree! Ask a museum staff member for an ornament at the ticket office. ...

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Holiday Free Child Admission Sunday Dec. 15th

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Enjoy free child admission and $5 adult admission, Sunday December 15th from 1pm-6pm. More information coming soon! ...

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Become a Museum Member!

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  We have lowered the pricing on all membership levels! Our most popular membership option is a family membership which includes free annual admission and discounts on camps and rentals. Becomin ...

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Cretaceous Period: Einiosaur and Tyrannosaurus Rex

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Most fossils that we find in Texas come from the Cretaceous period. In the next few cases there are fossils that have been found in Texas dating back to the Cretaceous period. Gastropods are a common ...

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Becoming a Fossil

Becoming a fossil is harder than it seems. Conditions have to be just right for a fossil to be preserved. When a dinosaur died, sediment would quickly cover the body to protect it from scavengers a ...

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Dig Site, Where to Find Fossils

The tools and equipment shown in the dig site were used to dig up Mary Ann Hadrosaur in Montana. For the easy ground we were able to use a shovel and pick but for the harder ground we had to break th ...

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