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  • Museum of Nature & ScienceMuseum of Nature & Science Dallas, Texas
    The Museum of Nature and Science is found in Dallas, Texas, and is the end product of mergers between the Dallas Museum of Natural History that began in 1936, the Science Place started in 1946 and the Dallas Children's Museum that began in 1995. The collections will be moved into a new building in the future, and renamed the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, in honor of Margot and Ross Perot, whose children gave $50 million to the museum for such a project. The joining of the three museums was the first such venture in the nation, and the museum of natural history and the science place joined first in 2006 and then the children's museum was added in October of that same year. This new venue has created one of the most exciting family attractions in the city, as the museum strives to inspire minds via science and nature. The Dallas Museum of Natural History started in 1936, as part of the Texas Centennial and became one of the first natural history museums in the country and has been included in the National Register of Historic Places. It is today, the only public collections-based research driven, natural history museum in the area, contributing to important discoveries that include the validation of the Monte Verde findings and the digs and transportation of the sauropod dinosaur fossils from Big Bend. The Science Place started in 1946, as the Dallas Health Museum, and is considered one of the oldest in the country. It was the first museum in the city that got AAM accreditation and is one of the founders of the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC). The new building, which is estimated to cost $185 million is well on its way, and it will become the second place that the museum will be located, keeping the old three structures in Fair Park. It also owns a warehouse that is available for storage of collectibles that will be rotated in the museums. In the Nature Building, more than 200,000 pieces are included in the collection that is made up of eco-facts, ichthyology, malacology, entomology, vertebrate and invertebrate paleontology, mammal specimens, ornithology and herpetology. This fantastic collection spans about 1.7 billion years of the planet's history and is shown via its displays that focus on biodiversity, earth sciences, geology, live animal room and fossil prep laboratory. The Science Building houses over 200 permanent hands-on displays on astronomy, health, special young children's venues, physics, nature and robotics. Over a million dollars of enlargement has just been completed, and includes the NetWorks! digital communications, the Little Urban Farm and the Dental Gallery. It also houses an auditorium, early childhood galleries, galleries, special exhibitions and the TI Founders IMAX theater. The third building contains the Planetarium, the sole public facility in the city and with a marvelous grant from the Crystal Charity Ball, a fantastic new Digistar 3 System was put in so that now continuous programs about space exploration and astronomy is available.

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  • Dallas Holocaust MuseumDallas Holocaust Museum Dallas, Texas
    The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education & Tolerance is found in Dallas, Texas and was started in 1977, when 125 Jewish Holocaust survivors and North Texas citizens came together and formed a new organization called the Holocaust Survivors in Dallas. Then, in 1984, these same survivors, as well as national and North Texas benefactors started the Dallas Memorial Center for Holocaust Studies. The museum was put into the Dallas Jewish Community Center in North Dallas and in 2005, the center changed its name to the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education & Tolerance, moving to their present locale in downtown Dallas. There are now plans in the works that will move the inventory to a more permanent place in the historic West End area of downtown. It contains a real boxcar from Belgium, that was used to move the Jews to ghettos and concentration camps. Also, a complete room has been designated as a memorial, with plaques on the walls that list the names of lost relatives of these Dallas survivors. The museum has temporary exhibitions and tours that are led by these heroic Dallas Holocaust survivors.  This same center was the place where on June 10, 2009, an elderly gunman exchanged gunshots with the security guards inside the museum, with a guard and the gunman taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. It was later discovered that the gunman was 88 year old, James Wenneker von Brunn, from Maryland. It was found that von Brunn was an anti-Semitic and racist that had a web site and had published a book called Kill the Best Gentile.

January 11, 2011