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The Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History - Fort Worth Inter-Active Museum

With Fort Worth Museum of Science and History constantly introducing new exhibits and introducing innovative methods to present science and history to its multitudes of guests, you might also have a new and various purpose to visit it over and over - with or without your children.

Permanent Exhibits

The permanent exhibits that make up the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History are very comprehensive and vast enough to appear as if they are museums within museums.

The Fort Worth Children’s Museum provides a fun-filled learning adventure for the kids age 8 and below. Dino Labs and Dino Dig, however, take tourists in a wildly exciting journey to the prehistoric era as they “unearth” skeletons in a replicated paleontological dig site and learn more about dinosaurs that once roamed the land of North Texas. Cattle Raisers Museum, on the other hand, has become a 10,000 sq. ft. exhibit that provides an all-encompassing introduction to the art of cattle raising. And finally, there’s Energy Blast, which features a wide range of interactive exhibits and learning stations that tackle the somewhat complex theories revolving around alternative and regional sources of energy.

Innovation Studios

If your child is simply too old for the games and activities in the Children’s Museum, then he or she will more likely more comfortable and interested with the interactive and creative exhibits awaiting them at Innovation Studios. This 6,000 sq. ft. exhibit space has also excellent resources intended for parents, educators, and visiting adults. It’s a place where age means nothing and imagination becomes everything.

Noble Planetarium

The Noble Planetarium can accommodate up to ninety viewers and utilizes the very first ever hybrid planetarium system designed by Zeiss, which is capable of showing over 7,000 stars that brighten the skies of the Southwest U.S. The planetarium also offers an exhibit area where one can enjoy the latest views of the sun as well as laser shows over the weekends. It’s even the perfect place to hold a party if your child’s birthday is coming up.

Omni Theater

Finally, a visit to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History would not be complete without watching one of the latest presentations in the Omni Theater. Reopened in 2008 after having a short period of renovation, the theater now boasts of the most up-to-date IMAX technology in order to offer screenings of films that are up to 300 minutes long. The Omni Theater has been open for over twenty-six years already and now is proud of obtaining the largest screen within the SW region.


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