Built in 1927 as the home of the president of the university, this restored house in the National Register of Historic Buildings features many furnishings and artifacts from former presidents' families and the adjoining Lyday Heritage Gardens. On Texas A&M-Commerce campus.
Features hands-on activities for children, such as shopping in a grocery store, exploring a rainforest, flying an airplane, painting a masterpiece, or learning fractions by serving pizza. Admission charge. In the Watson Center building of Texas A&M-Commerce, Texas 50 at Culver Street. netxcm.com
Features a state-of-the-art digital projection system with surround sound and reclining seats in the Science Building. Texas A&M-Commerce Science Building on West Neal Street. www.tamu-commerce.edu/university/planetarium
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