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What You'll Get
- Admission for Two Adults
- Admission for Two Adults and Two Children
- Admission for One Adult and One Child
Da Vinci: Machines in Motion
TXMOST is thrilled to host this traveling exhibition. It is a fascinating look at the archetypal Renaissance Man and his inventions. Featuring approximately 40 interactive pieces and other stunning recreations of his designs, this exhibition gives you the chance to explore some of da Vinci’s works as recreated by modern-day engineers and artisans. Machines in Motion will be at TXMOST for a limited time and is ideal for all ages.
Drugs: Costs & Consequences
This traveling exhibition is an exhibit from the Drug Enforcement Administration Museum that began a national tour in 2002. The exhibit presents both a global and historical overview of the many costs and consequences of drugs on society. The exhibit also presents an overview of the science of addiction and some of the tragic costs and consequences of drugs on our society. Visitors can explore many interactive kiosks and stop by the Discovery Corner for educational take-home literature and other resources.
Explore the permanent and newly expanded Timewalk exhibition, journeying from the deep past of the Precambrian Era through the Jurassic into the Holocene Period—meeting some extraordinary individuals along the way. As guests stroll through over 4 billion years, they will encounter ancient, multi-legged trilobites – ancient animals that once lived in what is now Texas – and the complete skeleton of the fiercely toothed Tarbosaurus, an Asian cousin to T-rex. Guests will have the opportunity for a close and personal encounter with “Lucy”, the famous Ethiopian australopithecine. Rounding out the walk, come face to face with the full skeleton of “Emily”, the saber-tooth cat, as well as many more fanged, armored, horned, and winged creatures from Earth’s past.
The 30 seat Larry K. Forrest Memorial digital planetarium captivates viewers every day at TXMOST. Next to engaging live-presentations, they also playing the films, “Journey to the Center of the Milky Way”, “The Incredible Sun”, “Phantom of the Universe” and “Clockwork Skies”. Please check the website for specific show times and what else might be added!
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About Texas Museum of Science and Technology
In 2015, the Austin Planetarium was expanded and reborn as the Texas Museum of Science and Technology, or TXMOST. Their mission is "To engage the scientist in all of us by igniting a spirit of inquiry.” The Cedar Park-based facility is currently home to three exhibit spaces, as well as the planetarium. For community members, TXMOST is currently operating several programs like Wee-Searchers, classes on 3D printing, and Science Saturday, and is developing many more. The content at the facility changes quickly, so there's always something new to explore and discover.