If you’re looking for fun and stimulating things to do in April, visiting the museum’s exhibits in Houston is a great way to mix creativity and fun. There is a plethora of cultural, literary, political and social events planned for the month which are certainly one to look forward to.

Upcoming museum exhibits and virtual events in April 2021 in Houston

Asia Society of Texas: Understanding the United States – Links to Japan

What: A roundtable that talks about the new leadership in the United States and Japan and how the two countries can cooperate on issues related to the economy and climate change. Speakers Wendy Cutler and Takako Hikotani will discuss the links between nations and the possibilities for collaboration.

When: Thursday April 15, 2021, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Or: Asia Society Texas Live Video Webcast on Facebook and YouTube

How much: The virtual event is free for all participants

Contemporary Art Museum: Open Workshop for Temporary Sculptures

What: Get a free art kit from museum supplies to create your own paper sculptures inspired by artist Jessi Reaves’ assemblages in the exhibit, Wildlife: Elizabeth Murray and Jessi Reaves.

When: Saturday April 3, 2021, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Or: 5216 Montrose Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77006

How much: Free entry

Museum of the Czech Center in Houston: Easter Egg Hunt

What: There really is nothing more fun than a good old-fashioned Easter egg hunt. The hunt will take place inside the museum area and children and adults can participate in the event. In addition, a ticket for the hunt also gives you access to the museum to discover all the exhibits on display.

When: Saturday April 3, 2021, 2 p.m.

Or: 4920 San Jacinto Street Houston, Texas, 77004

How much: Tickets cost $ 6 for adults; a family package includes two adult appetizers and two beers at $ 15

Holocaust Museum: Music of Exile

What: A performance by the Apollo Chamber Players that brings to life intercultural and diasporic new age music that expresses our collective stories. Venezuelan virtuoso violinist Eddy Marcano will also join the troupe in a recital showcasing folk tunes from his country.

When: Thursday April 15, 2021, 7:30 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.

Or: The event can be viewed virtually on Facebook and YouTube and in person at the Lester and Sue Smith Campus, 5401 Caroline, Houston, TX 77004

How much: Free entry

Houston Contemporary Craft Center: Fundraiser

What: The museum goes virtual with its annual fundraiser, Create an inheritance hosted by renowned curator, author and historian Glenn Adamson. Proceeds from the event will be spent on advancing education on the process, product and history of craftsmanship.

When: Thursday April 22, 2021, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Or: Virtually, on Zoom

How much: Free entry

Houston Museum of Natural Sciences: Victoria The T-Rex

Up to 43% off a visit to the Houston Museum of Natural Science

What: The most complete skeleton of a T-Rex makes its way to Houston in this exhibit that will take viewers back 66 million years to Victoria’s home in the Cretaceous Period.

When: April 2, 2021 to September 12, 2021

Or: 5555 Hermann Park Dr, Houston, Texas 77030

How much: Admission to the exhibition is included in the museum ticket, $ 25 for adults and $ 16 for children. Click here for a 43% discount on admission.

Health Museum: quiz evening

What: An online quiz filled with fun facts, puzzles, myth-busting exercises and more. The members-only challenge will be hosted by science teacher Tarren Vielma, who just might join in his own tips and twists specially planned for the game night.

When: Thursday April 15, 2021, 6.30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Or: Virtual on Kahoot

How much: Pay what you can up to $ 5 and $ 10

Menil Collection: Symposium on 20e Century Italian Drawings

What: A four-day interview and lecture series that covers everything from women artists from the 20e century to the relationship between Italian and American artists and looks at some of the exhibits installed especially for the symposium.

When: From Wednesday April 7, 2021 to Friday April 9, 2021 and Tuesday April 13, 2021

Or: Virtual

How much: Free entry

various works: Crysis Performance by Chandrika

What: An interpretive performance that portrays the interplay of loss and liberation in the individual will through movements that simultaneously present revolutionary consciousness. Artist, musician and actress Chandrika will take the stage during this show to present her performance, Crisis.

When: Friday April 9, 2021, 7 p.m.

Or: Divers Works YouTube Channel

How much: Free entry

Want to enjoy the exhibits at the Houston Museum for less? Check out our article on Free Entrance to Houston Museums!



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