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The museum, housed in the Heitz Place Courthouse (1895), is dedicated to providing impressive exhibits and a range of science and craft workshops for children and adults. A permanent DINOSAUR EGG EXHIBIT is now part of the collection - eggs from the Cretaceous period, 100,000,000 years old. A butterfly and moth collection emphasizes native species, plus the 1915 jail, and audio-visual programs.

Location: Bay Ave, Hicksville New York Telephone 516-822-7505

Other History nearby:
(Morristown) Acorn Hall
(New York City) American Museum of the Moving Image
(New York City) American Numismatic Society
(New York City) Audubon Terrace Museum Group
(New York City) Bartow Pell Mansion Museum
(Bronx) Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum

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