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Science comes to life through various outlets at Fort Worth Museum of Science & History. You'll learn about the sky and stars at Noble Planetarium or discover new interests during a show at the Omni Theater. For those who like the prehistoric realm, view full dinosaur skeletons and a replica dig site. Or explore the history of the cattle industry and the Cattle Raisers Museum. Head to Energy Blast for interactive exhibits, multimedia, and learning stations on energy recourses. Families of all ages can partake in Innovation Studios, a section of the museum designed to teach using creativity. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Fort Worth Museum of Science & History and many more Fort Worth attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Fort Worth trip planner.
Fort Worth Museum of Science & History reviews
A small little museum just outside of the Dickies Arena, this small venue really packs a punch of great information on subjects relevant to American history. Of course, there's plenty of hands on...
A small little museum just outside of the Dickies Arena, this small venue really packs a punch of great information on subjects relevant to American history. Of course, there's plenty of hands on... more »
It was a nice museum. We have kids that are 2,4, and 6. They didn’t really enjoy reading about the Fort Worth history. They spent the majority of their time at the children’s museum. It was raining so the Dino dig was closed. The cosmo park (outside playground) was also closed due to rain. There were several ushers and people to help guide you around exhibits. There was also a place you could do birthdays. The dinosaur section was rather small but there were cool fossilized eggs, long necks, and a t-Rex (skull only). In the dinosaur section there was a exhibit where you could color your own dinosaur then it would come to life on a giant projection just as you colored it. That was “pretty neat”. Wish we could have spent more time blowing bubbles in the outside section where they have an area with big bubble wands you can create big bubbles. We were hoping to get a gift at the shop but it was so small that we passed on it. There were many bathrooms that were easily accessible. The cafe looked nice but we didn’t eat there because we just had lunch. There were some unique things there and we had a good time. Overall we spent just over 2 hours. Expect to pay $6.00 for 2 hours of parking.
This is a great place to bring your young kids. My 7 year old loved the Planetarium and my son loved the Childrens Museum. They both loved the Dino Dig and the coloring your own Dinosaur area. The Omni Theater is currently closed for modernization, but from what I hear it's going to be amazing when it opens back up.
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