The Houston Museum of Natural Science - Sugar Land is THE place to be if you are wanting to practice your CSI skills.
Join the museum, Saturday, October 1st from 11 am to 2 pm for this very special exhibit.
As you enter the Museum – members of the Fort Bend Sheriffs Department, the Office of Emergency Management, the Sugar Land Police Department and the Sugar Land Fire Department – will be on hand for demonstrations and to answer your many questions and to show off the crime fighting techniques used in our community.
After your visit with our community crime fighters and life savers, you then get to take the opportunity to try your own hand at crime scene investigation in visiting the new exhibit, Crime Lab Detective!
In Crime Lab Detective, it’s up to you to solve the Johnson Family Mystery! In this new special exhibition, visitors are the lead detectives and are challenged to examine various clues, such as cloth fiber on a picket fence and tire marks, to help solve the crime.
This event is ticketed separately from general admission to the museum. Tickets include an admission to our traveling exhibit, Crime Lab Detective, and to the Junior Investigation Laboratory, as well as entry into the Vehicle Exploration Station.
“If you have ever wondered what a typical day is like for a crime scene investigator, this special exhibition gives you a glimpse into the real deal with interactive role play,” said Adrienne Barker, director and chief development officer of the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land. “The content and activities are engaging for visitors of all ages, and allow for them to discover the modern techniques used by law enforcement to solve this burglary through evidence found at the scene of the crime.”
For tickets ($17 Adult, $14 Child,Members: $7), or more information, visit www.hmns.org or call (281) 313-2277.