Naranjo Museum-Natural History reviews
We spent an hour or more at this museum. There were many interesting fossils and displays, and the museum was very clean and well-kept. My kids loved it, but my husband and I also enjoyed it very... more »
Birthday party room. The exhibits in chronological order Items found by Geologists that represents history of hunting, dinosaurs, habitats of all living creatures over 1000s of years, including the.... more »
Really great displays and panels! It is a very small museum but I was simply amazed at how wonderful this museum was. A hidden jewel for sure. My daughter loved it and at 12 years old she still fondly talks of it and asks to go back one day
Really enjoyed the place! Any child who likes dinosaurs will surely like walking in and immediately seeing a massive dinosaur head with robotic jaw open and closing! Was fair price for a way to kill 30 minutes and enjoy some AC! I do wish there were few more interactive things for children to do as well as a baby changing table in the "Men's" restroom! Other than that definitely give it a chance and u may even see the owner himself there like we did!?!
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