Pre & Post- Visit Resources

PRE & POST-VISIT RESOURCES

The Museum is passionate about supporting the children of Texas and the remarkable teachers working with them.  We know your educational time is precious and we value your trust in our extraordinary learning environments.  Your students will observe, question, predict and communicate as they deepen their understanding of science in our exhibit galleries.  Learning happens here – through hands-on explorations in our exhibits, and through the conversations your students have with you, other students and our staff.  Thank you fo

Professional Development

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT


Educator Evening in the Cultural District - PDF

September 18 - 4 - 7 p.m.


 

Texas Center for Inquiry

Texas Center for Inquiry Brochure for 2014 - PDF

Noble Planetarium Shows

Noble Planetarium

Panetarium Admission Info

Calendar of Showtimes

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Planning Your Visit

FIELD TRIP OPPORTUNITIES

It is hard to believe that another school year has gone by!  The staff of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History wishes you a summer full of adventures, family and fun!  Take some time to come and see us while you are on your break.  We have a lot of great things going on this summer.  Please check back mid-August for the 2014-2015 School Field Trip Planner to be online.

Star Party

SKY EVENTS

Join the Noble Planetarium staff and members of the Fort Worth Astronomical Society for free monthly Star Parties. You’ll find plenty of telescopes for viewing and even more astronomy buffs to help you navigate your way through the skies. Star Parties are held once a month and in the Museum's South Parking Lot. The party begins at dusk, weather permitting, and lasts until approximately 10:30 p.m. Best of all, it’s FREE! Note, parking is available in the lot south of Harley Street.

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Noble Planetarium - About

THE NOBLE PLANETARIUM: A GIANT LEAP INTO THE 21ST CENTURY

The  90-seat Noble Planetarium brings the first Zeiss-manufactured hybrid planetarium system – an immersive all-dome video combined with a fiber optic dual-hemisphere star projector to see more than 7,000 stars – to the Southwest United States. The planetarium also features an exhibit area that provides large screens with up-to-the-minute views of the Sun, as well as downlinks offering the latest information from the Hubble Telescope.

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 Noble dome

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Fun Fact
When established in 1941, the Museum was the first children's museum in Texas and one of the first children's museums in the nation.

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