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Discover your place in the natural world

Texas Science & Natural History Museum engages, excites, and connects curious minds of all ages to the unique and irreplaceable natural history of the State of Texas
Particles of Color

Particles of Color

Explore an innovative new exhibit showcasing the science and creativity behind eco-friendly sequins developed by UT Austin faculty and students.

Sarah Wilson event

DIG: An Evening with Sarah Wilson

This free public program features an author talk, reception and book signing with Sarah Wilson, author of “DIG: Notes on Field and Family”.

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H-E-B Free Days

Starting Sunday, May 26, join us for Free Fourth Sundays at the museum, sponsored by H-E-B!

Upcoming Events

Sarah Wilson DIG
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Thursday May 2, 2024, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join us for a conversation with Sarah Wilson, author of “DIG: Notes on Field and Family”; Dr. Chris Kirk, UT professor of biological anthropology; and Dr. Pamela Owen, paleontologist associate director of the museum.
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2400 Trinity Street
Austin, Texas 78712-1621




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Explore the natural history of Texas, from the birth of our planet through the age of dinosaurs to present day.

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Group Tours

Explore, learn and make memories together! Pre-book a group visit and receive discounted admission.

A dinosaur fossil on a platform in a burnt orange room


Learn about upcoming public events and find venue rental details for private events.

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