Participating in the ISWEEEP event in Houston, the organizers arranged a visit to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the largest museum in Houston, located in the northeastern corner of Herman Park, close to the bronze statue of Sam Houston and the fountain at the intersection of Main Street and Montrose. The theme of the museum's exhibition area is shining, including Tsar's treasures and Afghan gold, as well as dinosaurs, fossils, jewelry, minerals, chemistry and touchable samples. There are not only the introduction of the historical development process, but also the display of modern products embodying the characteristics of the city. Here, a variety of marine specimens and dinosaur fossils are very attractive to visitors.
I stayed here for almost three hours. If it hadn't been for lunch, there would have been a lot more to visit. The quality of the exhibition is high and the amount of information is abundant. The commentator is particularly helpful, can answer many questions and provide a lot of information. If we come back to Houston, we'll come to the museum again.
The Houston Museum of Natural Sciences is one of the most popular museums in the United States. It contains detailed descriptions of energy, minerals and other natural aspects, such as the introduction of wildlife and related popular science, etc. It is absolutely a place to increase knowledge.
The natural science paradigm here has good services and facilities, and great exhibits. It's really admirable.