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Greenville residents once knew it as “A Time for Science.” However, the center is now one of the newest branches of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
According to a museum press release, A Time for Science recently expanded. This includes the addition and renovation of the neighboring 3,500-square-foot space. Plans for the space include new exhibits, a children’s discovery area, a weather center, and a naturalist center.
The Greenville location is set to open sometime this year. Located at 729 Dickinson Ave., the museum is in the heart of the city.
Both the museum and former center stated how this exciting partnership allows them to achieve their mission more fully. That mission: sparking a life-long love for science and nature!
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In the press release, NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Director and CEO Eric Dorfman said the Greenville museum will have a “distinctive northeastern North Carolina flair.” To that end, the first couple of exhibits are on pirates and pollinators with support from East Carolina University.
The museum will announce hours closer to opening. Admission is free to all branches of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. A good way to keep up with the latest news from opening dates to exhibits and programs is to like them on Facebook.
The other newest branch that makes up the second of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences locations in Pitt County was formerly known as the Grifton Nature & Science Center. Recently named the NC Museum of Natural Sciences at Contentnea Creek, it remains open featuring its science programs, exploration, and discovery as usual.
These North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences locations in Pitt County add to the area’s quality of life. For instance, hands-on educational experiences give our youth a world of opportunities. Add it to the list of cool things to do in Greenville! While you’re making notes, include a visit to Summer Green. Our floor plans and affordable pricing are pretty cool too!
Keep your notes close and keep reading our other blogs to find out more fun things to do and community news!