LEGORRETA + LEGORRETA ELEMENTS
The new Fort Worth Museum of Science and History building is an innovative work of architecture designed by the highly acclaimed architectural firm, Legorreta + Legorreta of Mexico City. The architect describes the 166,000-square-foot facility as a very happy environment – a building for kids, young people and adults. Some of the signature architectural Legorreta elements include:
Bright colors of Latin America including deep red, yellow, blue, bright pink, and purple
ABOUT THE ARCHITECTS: LEGORRETA + LEGORRETA
In memory of Ricardo Legorreta
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History offers memorial condolences to the family and the company of Ricardo Legorreta. The visionary architect’s playfully practical design for the Museum’s campus (completed in 2009) has established not only a landmark addition to the Fort Worth Cultural District but also a beacon of learning, entertainment, and enlightenment for the world’s community of progressive museums.
Classroom Outreach: Hands on Science Partnerships
Can’t come to the Museum? Let us come to you!
Discovery Labs on Wheels
Let the Museum’s high energy team of educators bring the excitement of learning to your classroom through our expanded outreach programs. All programs support the TEKS, provide pre-post activities, and provide connections to other subject areas. Programs are done on a contract basis.
FORT WORTH CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
The Fort Worth Children’s Museum harkens back to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s humble beginnings in a house on Summit Street. The Museum was chartered as the Fort Worth Children’s Museum in 1941.
Energy Blast tells the dynamic story of energy resources in North Texas through a unique combination of science and history, bringing physics, technology, and innovative thinking to life as you are asked to explore geophysical formations, calculate drilling depths and directions, and to experiment with new resources.
THE CATTLE RAISERS MUSEUM: A MUSEUM WITHIN A MUSEUM
A “museum within a museum,” The Cattle Raisers Museum is a 10,000-square-foot exhibition dedicated to preserving and celebrating the vital history of the cattle industry.
150 Years of Fort Worth at Fire Station 1 is now closed.
Thank you for your support of this exhibit. We invite you to
visit the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History at
1600 Gendy Street in the Cultural District.