Houston science museum’s science museum has the biggest collection in the world

The Houston Science Museum is the biggest science museum in the United States, according to a new study by the American Association of Museums and Art.

The study, which analyzed the museum’s collections and programs, found that its collection exceeds that of museums from around the world, including the Smithsonian Institution.

“We know that people are going to be interested in science, and it’s something that we’re proud to be a part of,” said Julie Stacey, vice president of marketing and communications for the Houston Science Center.

“We have a lot of people who have a passion for science, whether it’s in a classroom or in their personal lives.”

The Houston Science Gallery’s collection includes the world’s largest collection of dinosaur bones, including more than 30,000 specimens dating back to the dinosaurs’ first appearance in North America.

The museum’s collection also includes the largest collection from the University of Texas at Austin’s Natural History Museum, which is housed in a museum building on the campus of the University at Austin.

The Houston Museum of Science has more than 40,000 items in its collection, which spans more than 60,000 feet of walls, according the study.

The most valuable piece of the collection is the 18th century skeleton of a female merman.

The Texas Museum of Natural History has more items than any other museum in Texas.

The collection is comprised of more than 3,500 specimens, which includes fossils dating back about 6,000 years, according museum officials.

The largest collection is a 2,200-year-old dinosaur skull that sits in a room dedicated to dinosaurs, including a fossilized skull from the genus Ankylosaurus.

The museum also has more fossil specimens than any museum in North and South America.

The collection is also unique in that it is housed inside a museum, which can help the museum become a cultural center for Houston.

“It’s the only museum that has its own library, and has its library in a private setting,” said Stacey.

The city has long been recognized for its rich scientific history, but the Houston Museum’s collection is among the largest in the country, said Julie Schaffer, executive director of the American Institute of Physics.

“Houston has been the epicenter of scientific discovery and the epicentre of innovation.”

“Our mission is to bring people together to discover the world around them and to help them to understand the world,” she added.

The American Institute for Physics is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science organizations.

“The Houston museum is an important asset for the city and the state of Texas,” said Tom Coyle, the state’s governor.

“Its scientific expertise and cultural resources have contributed to Houston’s economic prosperity and diversification.”

The museum is located in the historic Museum District, which stretches across the city.

The city also has the Houston Astros baseball team, the Texas Rangers professional baseball team and the Houston Texans professional football team.

“This is a historic city in Houston,” said Coyle.

“The museum reflects the diversity of the city.”

The Texas Science Center is open to the public every day.

Tours are free, and admission is free for students, residents and visitors from ages 12 to 18.

The Museum of Paleontology is located at 1425 Houston Parkway, Suite 201, Houston, TX 77092.

For more information, call 832-839-7669 or visit the museum website.