Any town I visit, I try to go to their natural history museum. I think that each one has many different things on exhibit. I really enjoyed the Perkins Wildlife Center is great - it is so nice being seeing the museum teaching people about native wildlife.
We decided to become members because this was such and amazing day for our entire family that we will definitely return. Parking is a bit expensive $16.00, but there is so much to see from the dinosaurs, live animals, gemstones and a fabulous children's hands on area great for children up to age 6. There is a nice café with... 更多
With the new outdoor exhibit area for their animal collection, the museum is more fun than ever! But, with special exhibits and their various collections (from gems to evolution to dinosaurs), it's easy to be overwhelmed and end up walking, glassy-eyed, from exhibit to exhibit. If you're into planning, check out the website ahead of time and decide what you'd... 更多
I was surprised by the extensive collection ranging from dinosaurs to rare gems. There are great interpretive displays and helpful museum employees. It is large enough to satisfy the enthusiast, but small enough to avoid boring the rest of the family.
In my 3 years in Cleveland I've probably been here at least 10 times (thank goodness Case students get in free). This museum is well laid out in a circle, starting with astronomy and moving through geology and chemistry then biology (dinosaurs and other fossils!), then cultures around the world. The new outdoor addition provides a home to local rescued... 更多
I have always enjoyed the Cleveland Museum scene, but the Natural History museum has always been my favorite. I loved the exhibits when I was a child, but I have appreciated them more as an adult. I have attended several of the Think and Drink with the Extinct series, which allows those of drinking age entrance after hours to experience... 更多
We took our 4 youngest kids today (11, 9, 9 & 3) and they seemed to enjoy themselves. One of the curators we came across was very helpful in telling us some of the histories of the dinosaurs on display and was very knowledgeable. The upstairs was closed off so we weren't able to see those exhibits but the main... 更多
New additions and changes have been completed. Enjoyed exploring and finding all the new stuff. The earthquake simulator attracted met my the rumbling sounds. Feeling the simulation of the earth shaking.was thought provoking. Outside is the new rescue park and live coyotes, bobcats, eagles, otters and other close up views of wild animals. Overall an excellent use of our afternoon.
Had all the regular suspects, dinosaurs. Balto the sled dog that saved Gnome Alaska...etc. But the crown jewel is the rescue park (Perkins) with coyotes and eagles and much more. Each exhibit tells how the animal arrived and why it could not survive in the wild. a real treat!