About the Museum

Walk through a glacier and step back 19,000 years into the Ice Age. Explore a re-created limestone cave, underground waterfall, streams, fossils and a live bat colony. Journey through prehistoric worlds and see giants from the past. Our Museum of Natural History & Science is the perfect place to discover those “ah-ha” moments, learn and have fun!

Photos by Todd Joyce, Michael Keating & Sarah Stoutamire


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Museum Hours

Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sunday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Exhibits and Special Events

Museum of Natural History & Science Umi the Mummy

Learn the story of Umi, an Egyptian mummy of a young boy dating back more than 1,800 years.

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Museum of Natural History & Science Dinosaur Hall

Experience the wonder of standing next to reptiles that walked the Earth millions of years ago.

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dMuseum of Natural History & Science STEM Discovery Lab

The STEM Discovery Lab is designed to engage creative thinking and problem-solving skills—the real tools of scientists and innovators.

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d Museum of Natural History & Science Nature's Trading Post

Explore your natural world! What better way to learn about science and collecting than to have kids get out in their own backyards?

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d Museum of Natural History & Science The Cave

Didn’t know you could explore a replica of an actual limestone cave in the Museum of Natural History & Science?

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dMuseum of Natural History & Science The Ice Age

In this time warp, you’ll go back to the Ohio Valley 19,000 years ago when the last glacier in this area started its retreat north.

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dMuseum of Natural History & Science In Memory of Neil Armstrong

See a replica of his Apollo 11 space suit, tools and the moon rock he donated to the Museum of Natural History & Science in 2006.

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