One of the largest of its kind in the country, with a domed Omni (IMAX) theater, a planetarium, eight exhibition galleries, and hands-on science displays, this museum offers tons of fun and adventure for families. Kids should eat up the life-size Lone Star dinosaurs (at "Dinodig" they can even hunt for fossils and dig for dinosaur bones), while younger ones can hang out at Kidspace, which has a puppet theater and materials for building a house. When the tots and parents get hungry, a courtyard cafe on the premises makes for a good stop. The Cattle Raisers Museum, which closed its independent location in 2007, will reopen within the Museum of Science and History in late 2009. Allow a couple of hours here unless the kids get cranky.
- © Frommer's 2013
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