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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

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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NMNH Health Protocol UPDATES

The Naranjo Museum of Natural History health protocols have been updated following new information from the CDC and the State of Texas. The protocols have also been updated in response to accessible C ...

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Schedule a Field Trip or Group Tour!

Bring Natural History to life for your students or organization! Tours are given by staff and give an in-depth look at the fossils, artifacts and exhibits. Tours can be customized based on subject ...

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Naranjo Museum resources for Teachers

Here at the Naranjo Museum, we understand the difficult job teachers have in navigating this new teaching environment. We want to continue to serve as a local resource for teaching students about foss ...

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Gulf Coast and East Texas Wildlife

The Gulf Coast Exhibit shows the different aquatic animals that can be found in the waters off the Gulf Coast of Texas.   These animals can be found in your backyard. Some of these anim ...

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Permian Period

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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Whooly Mammoth and Smilodon

  The Whooly Mammoth is an extinct group of Mammoth that survived until about 10,000 years ago. It had a thick layer of fur that helped it survive the Ice Age. It lived alongside early humans ...

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Become a Member

Take your museum experience to the next level by becoming a Member to the Naranjo Museum of Natural History! Each of the membership levels have benefits to fit your needs and of course all proceeds of ...

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