Visiting Hours Are Temporarily Suspended
We're Staying Safe, but there is lots to do!
In response to changing pandemic conditions, we have temporarily suspended our visiting hours. But fear not—there is still plenty to do! Look below for ways to stay connected and links to the latest information. As the vaccine is distributed and conditions improve, we can't wait to welcome you back!
How Does This Affect My Membership?
Thanks so much for being a member! Your membership will be extended for the time we are closed.
Will School Field Trips Be Available?
We've got materials kits you can check out and a wide range of online programming.
What About Museum School?
Museum School will still be happening in person, with COVID safety protocols in place.
What Activities are Still Happening?
We've got a wide range of activities planned. Some may be outdoors; others will be online.
Looking for somewhere awesome for your kids to learn remotely?
We're proud to announce the FWMSH Little Scholars Program, an all-day place for students in local school districts to do their distance learning and so much more!
Thank You for Your Support
The Museum is saddened by the recent passing of these three community leaders. Please click below to learn more.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear friend and fellow Emeritus Board Member and past Vice-Chair of the Board, Andy Thompson. Andy served on our Board from 1998 through 2017, and he has stayed committed to our Museum ever since. In Andy's nearly twenty years of service to the Museum, he was nothing short of incredible. We are immensely grateful for his outstanding leadership, wisdom, and friendship. He will be greatly missed by the Museum, as well as our entire community.
Click here to read Andy's obituary.
It is with our deepest sorrow that we inform you of the passing of Charlie Moncrief, long-time advocate of the Museum and husband to board member, Kit Moncrief. We deeply appreciate the support, guidance, and insight Charlie has provided for the Museum over these many years. His leadership was instrumental in creating the current building. Our community will mourn his passing.
Click here to read Charlie's obituary.
Our hearts go out to board member Lou Martin who lost her husband Nick Martin earlier this week. Nick was a long-time supporter of the Museum and beloved member of the Fort Worth Community. The Martin's generosity towards the Museum and other local non-profits is truly unparalleled. Nick's memory will live on through his work and devotion to making Fort Worth a better place for all.
Click here to read Nick's obituary.