Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History

fwmoshLooking to escape the heat but not much into water parks or swimming? Well, there are plenty of other ways. Enjoy the fresh coolness of A/C against your skin while enjoying an IMAX movie, getting lost in the stars in the planetarium, or learning about the history of dinosaurs. Bring the kids so they can spend the day learning how to create robots, or animate their own films. It doesn’t matter the age, the whole family can escape the heat and have a great time at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.                                       What:  Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Where: 1600 Gendy St. Fort Worth, TX 76107

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10AM to 5PM; Sunday Noon to 5PM; Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day

Admission: Museum Exhibits/Plantetarium: Adults $15; Seniors (65+) $13; Juniors (2 to12) $11. For other ticket information visit:


The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is 166, 000 square feet of education and entertainment featuring the Innovation Studios, the Children’s Museum, the Noble Planetarium, the Omni Theater, DinoLabs and DinoDig, and numerous other exhibits.

Innovation Studios: Six thousand square feet of learning aimed at children nine years of age and older, Innovation Studios features four galleries: Inventor, Doodler, Imaginer, and Explorer. The studios are designed to support STEM education (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) while igniting your imagination, curiosity, and creativity.

Omni Theater: Features tilt-domed theater architecture, a 120-foot wide screen, an IMAX IDO projection lens, and DMR, for a close-to-real-life experience.

 Noble Planetarium: Features the Zeiss SKYMASTER ZKP-4 star projector which projects thousands of more stars!

And so much more!


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