This is a great, family friendly place to spend an afternoon. The exhibits are colorful and informative and best of all, the museum proper is free. Plan to pay extra for special exhibits or movies though. You can browse the museum on your own or take an audio tour. (We didn't inquire about the latter so I can't comment on cost.) As transplanted North Carolinians, we found this a great way to learn about the state's resources and environmental challenges.
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