November 15, 2013 - February 9, 2014
Except for the sounds of the rookeries, the expansion and contraction of the ice, and the howl of the wind, Antarctica is very much like the soundless photographs presented in this exhibition.
Traveling along the ice shelves from Atka Bay to Halley Station, painter, naturalist and photographer J.J. L’Heureux turns her camera to the emperor penguins and their adaptations to the cold and wind of the continent.
October 5, 2013-January 5, 2014
Curious George is free with Museum Exhibits admission.
Located inside Innovation Gallery, Now on Exhibit
How do airplanes fly? Air Park, the Museum of Science and History’s newest exhibition, provides a hands-on look at the forces that lift planes, animals, insects and other objects off the ground and soaring through the air.
9/11 TRIBUTE EXHIBIT TO FEATURE
THE LARGEST WORLD TRADE CENTER ARTIFACT IN TEXAS
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is proud to be the designated caretakers of N-101 from the World Trade Center's North Tower. The beam, a full-façade panel that once supported the three floors (101-103) located two stories above the center of the impact zone of the North Tower, is the largest artifact in Texas from the World Trade Center.