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Visit The Naranjo Museum of Natural History

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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

Volunteer at the NMNH

Join a team of volunteers that help out with special projects and events! If you would like to be museum volunteer, email veronica@naranjomuseum.org. Simply send your name and contact information a ...

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Have a Birthday Party at the Naranjo Museum!

Have your next DINOMITE party by renting the Naranjo Museum Party Room! Your party room rental comes with a full day use of the room, tables and chairs. Museum admission for up to 30 guests is also ...

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New Exhibit: Archaeopteryx

New Archaeopteryx, Naranjo Museum of Natural History Walk by the new archaeopteryx exhibit and you can hear what they might have sounded like in the late Jurassic. Archaeopteryx, genus of feath ...

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Radiometric Dating and Cretaceous North America, Dig Pit

Radiometric dating is a process used to date rocks and fossils after they are found. Willard F. Libby was one of the first men to understand and discover this process. He won the Nobel Prize in 1960 f ...

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How you can help support the Naranjo Museum

Now more than ever, the Naranjo Museum of Natural History needs your support to further our mission of educating East Texas. Though we are closed, our staff is still working to improve exhibits, creat ...

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Cretaceous Period: Mary Ann Hadrosaur

  Mary Ann Hadrosaur was found in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana by the Naranjo expedition in 2008. She lived 68 million years ago in a swampy environment. Hadrosaurs were known as duck-b ...

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Help Keep This Wonderful Attraction in East Texas Donate to the Annual Fund The Naranjo Museum of Natural History will serve as a source of discovery and inspiration for East Texas families and as a ...

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