North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences- Raleigh, NC, USA
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The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is located in Raleigh, North Carolina. This museum is the oldest established museum in North Carolina and the largest museum of its kind in the Southeastern United States
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The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is located in Raleigh, North Carolina. This museum is the oldest established museum in North Carolina and the largest museum of its kind in the Southeast. It has about 1.2 million visitors annually. As of 2013, it was the state's most popular museum or historic destination among visitors.
The museum's campus consists of four facets: the Nature Exploration Center and the Nature Research Center on Jones Street in Downtown Raleigh, the Prairie Ridge Ecostation satellite facility and outdoor classroom in northwest Raleigh near William B. Umstead State Park, and the North Carolina Museum of Forestry located in Whiteville, North Carolina.
Rainforest Adventure is on exhibit April 26, 2014 - September 1, 2014. Created by Minotaur Mazes, visitors are invited to explore an interactive maze featuring the sights and sounds of a tropical rainforest.
The Nature Research Center is an 80000 square feet, four-story wing next to the Nature Exploration Center, across Salisbury Street, connected by a breezeway named the Betsy M. Bennett Bridge to Discovery. The $54 million addition allows visitors to play a hands-on role in new research. The April 20, 2012 opening lasted 24 hours and drew 70,000 visitors.
In addition to hands-on activities and visitor viewing of scientists working in the NRC's four research laboratories, the museum makes use of distance learning to broadcast lessons and virtual field trips to classrooms around the state.
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00:00:52 1 History
00:03:00 2 Nature Exploration Center
00:03:10 2.1 First floor
00:03:43 2.2 Second floor
00:04:37 2.3 Third floor
00:05:28 2.4 Fourth floor
00:06:04 3 Nature Research Center
00:06:52 3.1 First floor
00:08:09 3.2 Second floor
00:09:05 3.3 Third floor
00:09:54 3.4 Investigate labs
00:10:44 3.5 Research labs
00:12:21 4 Prairie Ridge Ecostation
00:13:13 5 North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville
00:14:07 6 Notable annual events
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The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (NCMNS) is located in Raleigh, North Carolina. This museum is the oldest established museum in North Carolina and the largest museum of its kind in the Southeastern United States. With about 1.2 million visitors annually, as of 2013 it was the state's most popular museum or historic destination among visitors.The museum has four facilities on three campuses: the Nature Exploration Center and Nature Research Center on Jones Street in downtown Raleigh, the Prairie Ridge Ecostation satellite facility and outdoor classroom in northwest Raleigh near William B. Umstead State Park, and the former North Carolina Museum of Forestry in Whiteville. NCMNS is a division of the state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.
A Trip to the Raleigh Natural Science Museum
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Visiting Science Center - Greensboro North Carolina
Visiting Science Center - Greensboro North Carolina
On October 5, 1957, the Greensboro Science Center first opened its doors (known then as The Greensboro Junior Museum) thanks to the efforts of community leaders, the Junior League and the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department. In 1989, the city of Greensboro and the Greensboro Science Center Board of Trustees, entered into a public/private partnership and established the Center as a 501(c) 3, not for profit organization. The combination of public and private funds enabled the Center to add more exhibits and galleries, an entrance rotunda, new classrooms, a herpetarium, an aquatics lab, a reptile lab, a robotics lab, a mineral lab, an insect lab, a collections storage area and Animal Discovery Zoo. Currently, the Center is undergoing significant expansion plans outlined in its three-phase, seven-year Master Plan. Once complete in 2020, the Greensboro Science Center will be home to a state of the art accredited Science Museum, a high-tech OmniSphere Theater, an expanded and accredited Zoological Park and a world class Aquarium.
The Greensboro Science Center is the Triad’s premier family destination offering three great attractions: an Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. The Carolina SciQuarium, North Carolina's first inland aquarium features a variety of water-dependent animals including penguins, sharks, otters, eels, stingrays, a rare fishing cat, an anaconda and fish of all shapes and colors. Animal Discovery Zoological Park offers visitors more than 12 acres of up-close creature encounters with tigers, meerkats, howler monkeys, lemurs, crocodiles, tortoises, a red panda, farm animals and many more. In the Museum, visitors can walk among prehistoric dinosaurs and come face-to-face with a roaring 36-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex model, experience hurricane force winds in the Extreme Weather Gallery, take an interactive journey through the human body in HealthQuest, see live snakes in the Herpetarium, and enjoy hands-on learning and interaction in Kids’ Alley and in the touch lab. Also in the Museum is a state-of-the-art OmniSphere Theater that showcases awe-inspiring, full dome digital, laser and eye-popping 3D shows on a 40-foot dome ceiling.
The Greensboro Science Center offers a wide variety of educational programs, field trips, science workshops and camps throughout the year for children in Pre-K through high school. An on-site Fresh Market Café offers a variety of healthy and tasty fare and the TriceraShop gift shop offers unique gifts for children and adults of all ages.
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Thursdays: Nature Research Center open till 9pm
First Fridays: 9am—9pm
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