Museums

Venom

When: June 4-Aug. 8 2010

When the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History reopened earlier in June, it did so with a bang, delivering two killer summer shows. The first, Venom, is a live animal exhibit, featuring various species of venomous critters, the tarantula, emperor scorpion and the king cobra, with regular live educational shows included in museum admission. The second is Riding with Meteorites where you can learn about asteroids and meteors and the consequences of their impacts, as well as see actual meteor fragments. They probably won't give you special powers, unfortunately. –Carsten Knox

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