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There are so many fascinating museums to explore near our Houston apartments, especially the Houston Museum of Natural Science. One ticket to the museum will grant you access to 17 permanent exhibitions about natural history. You'll definitely want to check out the following three.
Curated by Joel A. Bartsch, the Cullen Hall of Gems and Minerals contains hundreds of nature's masterpieces. In addition to finding some of the world's rarest gems here, you'll be dazzled by the sheer size and beauty of these crystallized minerals. Display cases are lit up to make your viewing experience exceptional.
Wiess Energy Hall is one of the most popular halls of the museum's permanent exhibits, and for good reason. This contemporary exhibition on the science and technology of energy has several spectacular features. Step into a 21st-century offshore drilling rig populated by robots, or take a trip to the past and experience a meteor strike. Discover "Energy City," a representation of Houston itself that, according to the museum's website, uses "projection mapping technology to bring to life the energy value chain."
Let your last stop at the Houston Museum of Natural Science be the Frensley/Graham Hall of African Wildlife. This interactive exhibit has seven biomes highlighting different aspects of African wildlife. Witness bird migrations in the Saharan Desert or witness interactions between prey and predator in the Serengeti Grassland.
Exploring the Houston Museum of Natural Science is one of the best things to do in Houston, and it's just a short drive from Lincoln Heights. Once you're done adventuring and seeing spectacular sights, treat yourself to dinner at one of these Mexican restaurants in Houston.
At Lincoln Heights, you're not far from entertaining and educational experiences. Contact us to learn more about our luxury apartments. We'd love to schedule a tour for you.