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first sundays free at museum

Sierra Hanson, 8, right, looks closely at Mosasaur, a giant marine reptile inside an exhibit of New Mexico’s seacoast, dated at 75 million years ago, while visiting the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science with Sydney Lopez, 8, on Friday. (Marla Brose/Journal)
Sierra Hanson, 8, right, looks closely at Mosasaur, a giant marine reptile inside an exhibit of New Mexico’s seacoast, dated at 75 million years ago, while visiting the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science with Sydney Lopez, 8, on Friday. (Marla Brose/Journal)
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Sunday is a good day to see all the cool things inside the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.

The museum will be free that day to all state residents.

The museum waives fees the first Sunday of every month.

However, regular admission will be collected for the DynaTheater and planetarium shows.

The museum is at 1801 Mountain NW in the Old Town area.

Go to www.nmnaturalhistory.org for more information.

Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science visitors look at an exhibit of butterflies in The Naturalist Center at the museum in Albuquerque. (Marla Brose/Journal)

— This article appeared on page C1 of the Albuquerque Journal

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