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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


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NOW HIRING

NOW HIRING: Executive Director of the Naranjo Museum of Natural Museum Are you looking for an opportunity to help grow cultural enrichment within your local community? Great! The Naranjo Museum ...

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Now Hiring Weekend Staff

Naranjo Museum of Natural History Weekend Staff Position At the Naranjo Museum, the weekend museum associates are the first point of contact for all of our visitors. We are looking for motivated ...

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Volunteer at the NMNH

Join a team of volunteers that help out with special projects and events! If you would like to be a museum volunteer, fill out our form below and email it to info@naranjomuseum.org or come into the ...

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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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The Gem Room

The Gem room is a collection of precious stones, money, and jewelry that Dr. Naranjo has collected over the years. Confederate currency was printed just before the outbreak of the civil war by the ne ...

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Cretaceous Period: Einiosaur and Tyrannosaurus Rex

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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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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Dancing with Dinos Gala

Save the Date for DANCING WITH DINOS 2023 on Saturday, February 11. Bring your date to enjoy a night full of laughter, food, and dancing that supports the Naranjo Museum of Natural History at our ...

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