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Replicas of Dinosaurs, Ice Age animals, and educational play stations are located on the eight acre grounds. Inside there are over 100 full-body animal mounts positioned in hand-painted dioramas portraying their natural habitats. An international...more
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This museum is really cool to see. It isn't huge, but it is the perfect size to bring kids to. Both my kids can walk the whole thing and see everything more than once. The dinosaurs are so cool to look at and even though...More
We weren’t expecting much coming into this museum. Boy were we surprised! This museum is only 2 years old and consists of mostly a wide variety of stuffed animals the museum founder has hunted over the years. They did an amazing job of the scenery...More
Although I am not normally a fan of "stuffed" animals, the displays in this beautiful little museum are wonderful. Outside, there is an awesome bunch of gigantic dinosaur replicas, as well as a place to excavate dinosaur "bones." I've recommended this place to several friends...More
A must for young and adults alike. Must see the inside...that’s where it’s all at! Wondrous, engaging, entertaining and educational! The outside even has a sandbox to find dinosaur bones and build a dinosaur on wall with bones found. The outside has a large scale...More
My husband and I made an unplanned visit here today, and I was so happy we did! A museum docent gave us a personal tour as she escorted us through the museum’s main hall and six habitat dioramas. She was a wealth of information and...More
We did not expect to find a museum like this here in central Texas.
The planning for this started 6 years ago an only open for 2 years. A great selection of animals from the southern U.S. central an south America, Africa an beyond.
Good museum for the location. Was expecting something more of the natural history of the "local" area than of pre-historic dinosaurs. Was expecting much more than just a group of stuffed animal displays. Very pricey admission for what they had to offer. No special admission...More
I finally took the time to visit the Bandera Natural History Museum and was quite surprised and impressed. The facility is very clean and the staff friendly and informative. You can walk through the museum at your own pace. There is 100+ animals on display...More