Today at the Museum

Sunday, April 26

Admission & Exhibits
Museum Admission
Adults (13-59) $7.00
Seniors (60+) $6.00
Children (3-12) $4.00
  1. Featured Exhibit:
  2. Out of the Cabinet
  3. Curious specimens from the collections of NMMNHS, the Museum of Southwestern Biology, and the American International Rattlesnake Museum!
Planetarium Showtimes
Planetarium Tickets
Adults (13-59) $7.00
Seniors (60+) $6.00
Children (3-12) $4.00
  1. 11am Earth, Moon & Sun
  2. 12pm Dark Universe
  3. 2pm Enchanted Skies
  4. 4pm Dark Universe
  5. Ticket sales stop ten minutes before show time. Planetarium showtimes are subject to change without notice.
DynaTheater Showtimes
Lockheed Martin DynaTheater Tickets
Adults (13-59) $10.00
Seniors (60+) $8.00
Children (3-12) $6.00
  1. 10am Walking with Dinosaurs 3D
  2. 11am Tiny Giants 3D
  3. 12pm Walking with Dinosaurs 3D
  4. 1pm Tiny Giants 3D
  5. 2pm Walking with Dinosaurs 3D
  6. 3pm Tiny Giants 3D
  7. 4pm Walking with Dinosaurs 3D
  8. 5pm Pandas: The Journey Home 3D
  9. Ticket sales stop ten minutes before show time.

Upcoming Events

Take a docent-led, fact-filled, fun, guided tour of the Museum exhibits.
Join members of The Albuquerque Astronomical Society and study the moon in the museum's observatory.
See the spectacular, award-winning full-dome planetarium fractal show!
On the first Sunday of every month, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is FREE to all New Mexico residents. Bring a NM ID or proof of residence. Regular admission fees apply for DynaTheather and Planetarium shows.

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Announcements

Young Explorers Summer Science Camp Registration is now open!

Visit our Young Explorers Summer Camp Page for details. Register by April 15th for a 15% discount! Check out our new camps Mission Possible: Museum Quest and Just Winging It: All About Birds.

NatureScapes 2015 Call for Entries

The theme for 2015 is Colors of Nature in New Mexico. New Mexico has many beautiful colors occurring naturally in its land, sky, insects, minerals, flora and fauna. We encourage a diverse variety of subjects that capture the color of New Mexico from the smallest insect to the grandest landscape.