Journal of Systemic Palaeontology publishes paper detailing remarkable discovery of iconic marine diving bird heralded as the best-preserved hesperornithiform specimen from AsiaRead More
Topping the season are two traveling exhibitions – Journey to Space and Ultimate Dinosaurs – plus world’s finest alien eye mineral specimen, adults-only Social Science nights, sleepovers, National Geographic speakers, camps and family-fun Saturdays.Read More
A stunning, 2-foot-tall “alien eye” specimen makes its permanent debut at the Museum; learn the intriguing back story that began 10 years ago with a miraculous unearthing, an infamous white Mercedes, 400 diapers and a cult-like following.Read More
Philanthropist Lyda Hill unveiled her most recent treasure, The Eyes of Africa, a rare and spectacular mineral. Arriving with an intriguing back story beginning 10 years ago with a miraculous unearthing, an infamous white Mercedes, 400 diapers and a cult-like following, the stunning 2-foot-tall “alien eye” specimen made its permanent debut in Museum’s Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall on July 12.