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The John C. Freeman Weather Museum

5104 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77004-5802
+1 713-529-3076
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This Should Not Have Been Called a Museum

This museum is closed now. This used to be located on the bottom floor of a house in the Museum... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2015
Christopher S
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Homer Glen, Illinois
Loved my trip!

They had a lizard, and two geckos, and a toad. I watched a video on Hurricane Ike and did a TV... read more

Reviewed 11 May 2015
TheFett007
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Houston
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The Weather Museum is making the community weather wise. Come see how high the storm surge would be on the upper Texas coast during Category 5 hurricane. Help make your own Tornado. Play Weather Facts and Fun. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10am to 4pm and Sunday Noon to 4pm.
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4 Nov 2015
“This Should Not Have Been Called a Museum”
11 May 2015
“Loved my trip!”
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:00
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5104 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77004-5802
The Museum District
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+1 713-529-3076
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Reviewed 5 November 2015

This museum is closed now. This used to be located on the bottom floor of a house in the Museum District. The few exhibits in this museum were poorly made and uninteresting. It took the two of us who visited about 15 minutes to walk...More

Thank Christopher S
Reviewed 11 May 2015

They had a lizard, and two geckos, and a toad. I watched a video on Hurricane Ike and did a TV weather report. And best of all, the house was not packed with screaming first graders.

1  Thank TheFett007
Reviewed 26 October 2014

I went to all the trouble of driving from one end of the city to the museum, battling traffic, only to find a sign on the door stating that it was closed due to being relocating. Not sure what is going on with the museum....More

Thank pnkgirl27
Reviewed 9 August 2013

Would have been nice to have done it with a guided tour instead of a walk on your own. But there was some great photo's of past hurricanes.

Thank awils58
Reviewed 7 May 2013

A small museum in a house, but lots of interactive stuff for the kids to do. We went with a school field trip so we had a tour guide. He made it fun for the kids and invited them to participate in his demonstrations frequently.

Thank Jean1990
Reviewed 22 April 2013

We went to see this museum on the same day as several others. I had planned to spend an hour here based on the museum's website. There is metered parking along Caroline St., of if available, free curb parking on Palm Street next to the...More

Thank MBeard
Reviewed 10 April 2013

I visited this museum while exploring the Museum District. It is a small museum, as if someone who was a weather geek converted a floor of their house. There is some interesting information here, though, and some good photographs of tornados, hurricanes, floods, etc. This...More

Thank SolowTraveler
Reviewed 22 March 2012

if unfamiliar with Texas weather. A small museum that doesn't take you long to explore. A lot of information about hurricanes and a chance to practice your weather forecasting skills. Good for a short visit.

Thank Ttaylo3
Reviewed 30 August 2010

The small museum is in the Museum District of Houston - accessible by tram. t's small but very interesting and gives advices related to the hurricanes. Fortunately I live in a country where we don't have hurricanes but it's amazing to see all the damages....More

1  Thank Londinium
Reviewed 17 April 2010

I took my four youngest kids (ages 7-13) to the Weather Museum as part of our Houston museum tour trip. We recently concluded a study of clouds, so this was a fine opportunity to reinforce what we'd learned about weather. Although the museum is very...More

5  Thank AilinaL
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