- Kids and adults alike love the touch-and-see room at this cozy museum located on the University of Minnesota campus. Snake skins, animal pelts and bones, rocks and fossils can be felt, picked up and examined. In addition, there are fascinating 3-dimensional displays of Minnesota's major habitats as they were more than 150 years ago complete with lifelike animals and plants. More than 100 species of Minnesota birds and animals are shown in their native surroundings. The museum's store has an excellent selection of wildlife and ecology books. Admission is free on Sundays. See website for more details.
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