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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Map & Directions 1600 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
  • Sun 11:30am-5:30pm, Mon-Thu 9am-5:30pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm


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Permanent exhibits include DinoDig, Comin' Through Cowtown, ExploraZone, Kidspace, Lone Star Dinosaurs and Hands on Science

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  • NASA on 12/07/10

    The exhibit next to the Planetarium showcases a 400 pound pallasite meteorite from the Brenham field in Kansas. Also located here are an official Sputnik satellite & a Manned Maneuvering Unit replica.

  • Also a part of our "Moo-seum Experience," the FWMSH is an interactive venue that includes dinosaur bones, 4D theater, kids activites and Omni IMAX theater. Admission included with FWSSR grounds pass.

  • Dora on 07/21/10

    Families can pull up their sleeves and dig for dinosaur bones in the “DinoDig” exhibit. Powered by ParentsConnect.com

  • ScioniQCity on 04/29/12

    Raise your City iQ: Paluxysaurus jonesi is the name of the State Dinosaur of Texas that resides within the Museum.

  • Rachel M. on 01/08/10

    I've been visiting the FW Museum & IMAX since I was a kid, and I have a blast at every visit. They recently did some major renovations too, supposedly they're amazing! :)

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