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
Exhibits and Special Events
Learn the story of Umi, an Egyptian mummy of a young boy dating back more than 1,800 years.
Experience the wonder of standing next to reptiles that walked the Earth millions of years ago.
The STEM Discovery Lab is designed to engage creative thinking and problem-solving skills—the real tools of scientists and innovators.
Explore your natural world! What better way to learn about science and collecting than to have kids get out in their own backyards?
Didn’t know you could explore a replica of an actual limestone cave in the Museum of Natural History & Science?
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.
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.