Museum of Nature & Science

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Sandie’s Arts Blog: Theater Fun For Everyone!

GROSSOLOGY – a fun new exhibit about all things that make us go “ewwww!!” is opening this weekend at the Museum of Nature and Science but make sure you don’t miss Planet Shark – Predator […]


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Guide To DFW Museums & Social Media

Learning about art or history doesn’t stop once you leave a museum. Local galleries are now using social media to interact with the public.


Full Sized Mamenchisaurus model is installed in Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. (credit: Junko Kimura/Getty Images)

Sandie’s Arts Blog: Exhibits, Concerts & Attractions!

The summer continues to heat up with some great new exhibits, concerts and attractions! First up – get ready for some amazing new creatures in town! Chinasaurs take over the Museum of Nature and Science […]


The skeleton of a sauropod (plant-eating) dinosaur at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. (credit: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images)

Campaign To Save Fort Worth Fossilized Dinosaur Tracks

Some fossilized tracks housed in a small building outside the Texas Memorial Museum tell the story of two beasts. Two dinosaurs, along an ancient sea near present-day Fort Worth, tramped through coastal mud.


Paleontologists uncover whale fossil, Prima Deshecha Landfill site, San Juan Capistrano, California. (Credit: AP Graphics Bank)

2 North Texas Boys Stumble Upon ‘Fossil Gold Mine’

Two sixth-grade boys playing in a North Texas creek found what one paleontologist calls a “fossil gold mine.”



Dallas Researchers Chip Away At Dinosaur Bones

In the bowels of the Museum of Nature & Science in Fair Park, Tommy Diamond sat hunched over what looked like a huge boulder of plaster. He spends eight hours (or more) a day chipping away at the vertebra of an Alamosaurus.