The human brain is the most perplexing of all the creations on our beloved floating ball that we call home, and it happens to be the most enigmatic of all. According to some estimates, scientists believe the human brain to be the “most complicated organ in the entire cosmos,” according to some estimates. Yes. Yes, you read that correctly. The entire cosmos is at stake! The reason for reaching such a conclusion would leave one scratching one’s head in bemusement. Is the brain truly such a complicated organ, or do we have limited knowledge of what it does? Consider this food for thought. (There was no pun intended.)

Many myths about our brains have been refuted and demystified throughout the years. We now have a general understanding of how our brains function, if not a complete understanding. According to layman’s terms, your brain serves as the engine that propels your body, which just so happens to be your body. Take a look at this. Your vehicle will break down in one form or another if it does not receive regular maintenance and service. This is also true for ‘we’ humans, as we are all created equal. There are other critical organs and mechanical pieces in our body; teeth are also. There are no words to express the significance of the brain adequately. Have you ever considered how weak your legs are if you didn’t have a brain to direct them? Yes. If you don’t have your intellect, you’re virtually dead. I mean, like, really dead.

Cantered near Houston, Texas, The health Museum was; purposely constructed to educate the populace on a bit or two about how our bodies function. The world we live in is diverse. There is beauty in all that. We have journalists, authors, teachers, and doctors, to mention a few by this basic fact. We cannot be everywhere and know everything. At least we have come to terms with the truth that we cannot control everything. (There was no pun intended.) This is when The Health Museum comes in helpful!

If you’re seeking a site that emanates both serenity and quiet while offering you the chance to learn a thing or two, then the Health Museum of Houston, TX has got to be it. Tag your friends and family in this fantastic place, and you will have absolutely no regrets about making such a move. So what are you waiting for? Visit today!

Image Gallery






Other Nearby Attractions


Information Courtesy:

Restoration Champ of East Orlando
The National Air and Space Museum

The National Air and Space Museum, located at Independence Ave SW 600 Independence Ave SW, Washington DC, DC 20560, holds in trust more than 60,000 artifacts from various periods. Historic aircraft such as the 1903 Wright Flyer highlights their collection, while space-related material like Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia documents a different side to aviation history. Other items range from engines and rockets, which have been, used throughout human history for so many purposes going back before we took flight ourselves–to uniforms worn today during NASA missions. Read More

Map Views