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San Diego Minute at The San Diego Natural History Museum

There's so much more to this museum than we thought



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The San Diego Natural History Museum has an expansive five floors of exhibits including the brand new Extraordinary Ideas from Ordinary People: A History of Citizen Science. Come with us as we tour the new exhibit and get a sneak peek inside their underground research lab. Plus, Dr. Wall gives us the lowdown on just how TheNat came to be one of Balboa Park's most visited museums.

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We teamed up with Enjet Media to produce the San Diego Minute series. Watch all the videos as we take you all over San Diego showing you the raddest places and spaces in 60 seconds or less.

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