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Virginia Museum of Natural History

21 Starling Ave, Martinsville

Museum-Visit Package for Two or Four at Virginia Museum of Natural History (48% Off)

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The new Butterflies exhibit opens June 24; other exhibits include Wild Watersheds and Fossil Overlook.

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$11.50 for a museum-visit package for two ($20 total value)

  • Admission for two
  • $10 credit to the VMNH Museum Store

$15.50 for a museum-visit package for four ($30 total value)

  • Admission for four
  • $10 credit to the VMNH Museum Store

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. For provision of service at the Dragon Festival October 15-16, merchant requires customers to either (1) provide proof of vaccination, or (2) present evidence of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 72 hours. Limit 12 per person. May be repurchased every 365 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About Virginia Museum of Natural History

Before visitors to the Virginia Museum of Natural History greet any tour guides or scientists, they have to meet the doorman—a towering allosaurus skeleton looming just inside the glass-walled main entrance. Once inside the Hall of Ancient Life, they peer into tall windows to see scientists and their assistants cleaning, categorizing, and playing catch with each animal fossil. Though founded less than 30 years ago as a private foundation, the museum and its staff have assembled more than 10 million specimens in seven collections, which cover vertebrate paleontology, marine science, geology, and archaeology.

At the Uncovering Virginia exhibit, recreations of six Virginia research and dig sites draw visitors into 700 million years of local history. Interactive displays include the modern Grundy site coal mine, complete with tracks, carts, and buildings. When visitors push a button, the display shifts—altering through video animation and changing physically as museum curators channel the power of Zeus—to reveal what the site looked like as a 300 million-year-old swamp. The Hahn Hall of Biodiversity looks into the world of African animals, boasting full-body mounts of a lion and antelopes. Dinosaurs brings in skeletal casts of dinosaurs displayed alongside dinosaur-themed activities to puzzle children, adults, and adult-sized children.