The Houston Museum of Science and Industry (HMSI) is home to more than 300 exhibits, including the Museum of Modern Art’s first exhibition, “Invisible Figures: The Life of William Randolph Hearst” (1926), and the first-ever interactive exhibit of a museum exhibition, the Museum’s first, “The History of Women in America” (2012).
In addition, the museum offers a wide variety of interactive exhibits, such as the Museum Collection’s “In the Beginning,” which explores the history of the collection and the collection of the Houston Public Library.
If you are visiting the museum, it is best to check with staff to ensure the following: The exhibit is on-site, and you can make reservations online or by calling (713) 496-6838.
The exhibits are free of charge.
You can also purchase tickets at the museum and pick up them at the collection desk.
A “ticket window” is located at the front of the museum where you can enter and check in.
You will receive a receipt and a voucher that you can redeem for an admission ticket.
When you get to the front door, you will be greeted by an employee who will guide you through the experience and provide you with information on the museum.
You are then able to check out the exhibit and receive your ticket.
This ticket will be valid for all of your visits at the Houston Museum, including your arrival time.
For more information, visit the museum’s website or call (713).