Wiess Energy Hall 3.0: Energy City at the Museum of Natural Science

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Paul Bernhard of Paul Bernard Exhibits is back to talk about the Houston Museum of Natural Science's new Weiss Energy Hall 3.0: Energy City. It's a massive, state-of-the-art techno-educational installation featuring two motion platforms and the Geovator. We're talking about 30,000 square feet - about the size of a football field – full of new exhibits, including “Energy City,” a 2500 square-foot 3-D model of Houston, the surrounding Gulf coastal waters, and the terrain of southeast and central Texas. Nobody does exhibits like the Museum of Natural Science, they are one of the best museums in the country but you know, built the Texan way so… better. You can see why on their website: www.HMNS.org where you will instantly realize that seeing everything in one trip is impossible.

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