Located in the Sid Richardson Science Building, the museum houses biological exhibits. Several displays, including a reconstructed 1835 log cabin, chronicle the history of central Texas. A 100,000-sq-ft museum building is planned to house the collections of rocks and minerals, regional flora and fauna, and live reptiles. Exhibitions of environments are also planned to integrate the museum's extensive natural history collection. The museum is open Monday-Saturday, closed Sunday and major holidays. Admission to the museum is free to the public.
Other History nearby:
(Hico) Billy the Kid Museum
(Teague) Burlington-Rock Island Railroad Museum
(Temple) Czech Heritage Museum
(Waco) Dr Pepper Museum
(Waco) Earle-Garrison House & Pape Gardens
(Fairfield) Freestone County Museum
05/19 Coming to The Waco area
Fort Worth Show of Antiques and Art Fort Worth TX March8-9 Formerly the Dolly Johnson Antique Show, this is one of the oldest shows in Texas.
Paluxy River Spring Bluegrass Festival Glen Rose TX April4-6 Live entertainment in historic Oakdale Park.
Old Settlers Music Festival Driftwood TX April18-21 Central Texas' signature music event featuring Grammy-winning Americana, arts and craft, camping, food, and libations.
Austin Yoga Conference Austin TX May11-12 Mehtab, Kyra Haglund, Charlotte Matsumura, and Gioconda are among the master yoga teachers who will appear at the Austin Yoga Conference.
Dallas Greek Food Festival Dallas TX September27-29 The Greek Food Festival supports Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church's
ministries, community outreach, and youth programs.