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$1 'Family Summer Science Night' at NM Museum of Natural History: July 15

Get ready to explore the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science at night time on July 15. The museum is hosting a $1 Family Summer Science night to allow families to experience fun and learning for an affordable price. For one incredible night only, guests pay only $1 each for museum admission, $1 for the amazing planetarium shows and $1 for hot dogs if you're hungry. In addition to experiencing all the wonders the museum has to offer, guests also can enjoy live music and various activities throughout the night. Live music will be playing by Jeez La Weez.

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Family Summer Science Night will take place between 5:30-9:30 pm on July 15. Be sure to take advantage of the $1 planetarium shows as these normally cost $7/person. Planetarium shows showing now include Dark Universe, Enchanted Skies and Earth's Wild Ride. Each of these shows should not be missed as they all are unique and exciting. Dark Universe will explore dark matter and dark energy, Enchanted Skies is a regular show at the museum featuring our beautiful New Mexico sky and Earth's Wild Ride takes viewers on an adventure through Earth's history.

All the regular exhibits will be open for viewing during Family Summer Science Night, including the dinosaur exhibits, Space Science, Geo Science and others. Sponsors of this event include Telemundo Nuevo México, National Hispanic Cultural Center, 100.3 The Peak, Hot 100.9 Old School and Mama's Minerals. If you can't make this date and would still like to experience the wonders of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science for free, then see here how you can take the whole family for free another time.

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