FEBRUARY 15 - 17, 2024

Celebrate National Engineers Week on February 15th – 17th with the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History at this festival filled with fun engineering activities. Join us as we celebrate at the Museum with interactions with real engineers and activities and projects for all ages!

Learn to reverse engineer with Take Apart, build the tallest paper tower, create spin art by making your own electric circuit, and more! As an extension of National Engineers Week, We will be celebrating Girls in Engineering on Saturday, February 17th.


Thursday, February 15 | 10 AM – 4 PM
Friday, February 16 | 10 AM – 4 PM
Saturday, February 17 | 10 AM – 4 PM

This year’s theme “Welcome to the Future” is about celebrating today’s achievements and paving the way for a brighter and more diverse future in engineering. Engineering is at the forefront of innovation and is instrumental in designing and creating the solutions that are shaping the world of tomorrow. From the development of the internet and smartphones to space exploration and renewable energy solutions, engineers have been at the forefront of progress, making our lives more efficient, comfortable, and connected. Through their creativity, expertise, and dedication, engineering teams are addressing global challenges, driving technological advancements, and making a positive impact on society’s future.

Engineers Week is open to the public and free with general admission.

Engineers Week 2024 is sponsored by Mouser Electronics, Lockheed Martin, Burns & McDonnell, and the Corning Foundation.
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