Buffalo Museum of Science
While your group is in Niagara Falls you should stop by and check out the Buffalo Museum of Science. The location is dedicated to the study and interpretation of the natural and physical sciences. The museum has extensive collections of over 700,000 specimens and artifacts that represent all facets of the natural world. The location was established in 1929. It is a very popular destination for visitors of all ages.
At the Buffalo Museum of Science, your group will see fascinating collections of artifacts and specimens. There are collections in scientific genres such as Geology, Mycology, Botany, and Zoology.
The Buffalo Museum of Science also has fascinating exhibits for the team to explore. One of the exhibits is known as Our Place in Space. At the exhibit, group members will take an intergalactic journey and explore things such as meteorites, satellite technology, and the seasons of the earth. Another exhibit is known as Digging into Western New York’s Past. Group members will have the opportunity to check out a rich array of fossils and fascinating artifacts at the exhibit. Many of the artifacts were found at the museum’s archaeological dig site. They document the changing fauna, flora, cultures, and environments of the Northeast over the past 13500 years. Another exhibit is known as the Seymour and Stanley exhibit. At the exhibit, the team will get the chance to meet the 10-foot tall Mastodon known as Seymour and Stanley the 16-foot long Albertosaurus.