Hall of Paleontology
The hall features a stunning collection of fossils, including awe-inspiring dinosaur specimens, beautifully preserved plants, and fascinating marine life. Marvel at the towering skeletons of dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops, and gain a deeper understanding of their anatomy, behavior, and the environments they inhabited. The exhibits are meticulously curated to provide a comprehensive look at the evolution of life, from the earliest organisms to the rise of dinosaurs and the eventual dominance of mammals.
As you explore the HMNS Sugar Land Hall of Paleontology, you’ll learn about the groundbreaking scientific discoveries and research that have shaped our understanding of the past. Engaging displays and multimedia presentations bring the ancient world to life. Whether you’re a paleontology enthusiast or simply curious about the wonders of the past, this hall will leave you in awe of the incredible history of life on Earth.
Members: HMNS Sugar Land permanent exhibits are always free!
The address for HMNS Sugar Land is 13106 University Blvd, Sugar Land TX 77479.
Yes, you can make full use of your membership benefits at HMNS at Sugar Land. Enjoy unlimited free admission to the Permanent Exhibit Halls, discounted admission to Special Exhibits, and discounts in the gift shop.
The normal operating hours for HMNS Sugar Land are 10 am to 5 pm Thursday through Sunday. Hours may be extended for holidays and summer.
HMNS at Sugar Land does not participate in our Free Thursday event.
CityPASS are only redeemable at HMNS at Hermann Park.
Parking at HMNS Sugar Land is available in the free lot in front of the building.
Certified Service Animals are always welcome at HMNS!
Strollers are allowed in all areas of the Museum.
Please note that most Special Exhibits are one-time entry only, so make sure to plan enough time to see the whole exhibit!
Reporting a Lost Child
If you and your child get separated, please report to Box Office, located just inside the main museum entrance and report that you and your child were separated. Museum staff are trained to help find your child in this situation.