Houston Museum of Natural Science Paleontology Wing
It just opened. For a week before the opening, access was restricted to members only. I went. This is a world class paleontology display, as long as a football field. I don't know how many displays there are, but many of them are actual fossils. That includes the most complete triceratops skeleton that has been found. There are also very nice T. rex, allosaurus, and apatosaurus fossils.
Let me recommend that if you are anywhere near Houston, whether you live somewhere near or you travel through here, that you take the time to see this spectacular exhibit.
I used to volunteer at the HMNS as a docent, once a week. During that time and since, I saw the aggressive efforts of Joel A. Bartsch, the president of the museum, to bring high quality exhibits to Houston. The Dead Sea Scrolls, Body World 3, Terra cotta Warriors, the Thermopolis Archaeopteryx. Simply the best was the U.S. tour of Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis) (AL 288-1). The HMNS arranged the U.S. tour and Houston was the first stop.
Dr. Robert Bakker is the curator of paleontology at the HMNS.