The Health Museum
The Health Museum is an interactive science center and a member-institution of the Texas Medical Center.
Take a larger-than-life walking tour of the Amazing Body Pavilion and get an up-close look at the human body and how it works. Ride a bicycle with a skeleton find out how hard your heart works to pump blood and sit on giant teeth!
Join fellow museum visitors in a learning environment that allows investigation into the who, what, when, where, and how of you at "You: The Exhibit." Using multi-media and special effects technology The Health Museum has created an experience that will take museum visitors on a journey to explore their physical mental and future selves. Identify your personality view your internal organs, see what you will look like in 30 years, and much more! Experience science in 4D at Houston's first 4D theater the McGovern 4D Theater and see our latest 3D film "Planet You." Journey into a world you've never seen before...at least not quite like this! Take a 3D microscopic adventure into the alien landscape of your own skin and find out all about the creepy crawly things that live on us - dust mites lice and ticks!
HOURS & ADMISSION
Monday - Saturday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday, 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Special exhibits may require an additional fee
- General Admission: $10 per adult; $8 per child (ages 3-12); $8 per senior (ages 65+); Free for members and children under 2 yrs. Free Hours: Free Family Thursdays 2 - 7 pm.
Directions & Parking
- Paid Parking
- Street Parking
- Parking for Museum visitors is $5. Parking for non-Museum visitors is $8. Parking for Museum members is $3. Enter the parking lot from Hermann Dr. Metered street parking is available on streets surrounding the Museum.
- (713) 521-1515
Events at The Health Museum
Programs & Activities
Brownies and Junior Girl Scouts Overnight!
Feb. 21 - Feb. 21, 2020
Within Walking Distance
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