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Upcoming Events

Wow On Wheels

May 29 | 12 PM - 5 PM
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Wow on Wheels, the experiential mobile tour, is stopping by the Museum!

On May 29th, explore a traveling Museum of WOW, community art projects, and a big celebration of science, wonder and creativity!

The tour is designed for ages 6-11. WOW on Wheels is from the creators of Wow in the World, the #1 podcast for kids that explores the coolest stories in science, technology, and innovation.

Member Morning

May 31 | 8 AM - 10 AM
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Member Mornings are back!
Beginning May 31st, on Tuesdays from 8 AM - 10 AM, enjoy the Museum with special members-only hours and activities!

Not a member yet? Learn more and purchase your membership to receive special benefits like members-only events, discounts, and much more!

Dino Day

June 4 | 10 AM - 4 PM
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Calling all dinosaur lovers

On June 4th, celebrate everything dinosaur with Dino Day! Test your speed while trying to "outrun" a dinosaur, excavate your very own dig site indoors and outdoors, and examine fossils of dinosaurs from long ago! Join our community partners in uncovering the history, science, and art behind some of the most amazing extinct creatures. Don't forget to stop at the State Dinosaur of Texas, Paluxysauraus jonesi, for a quick photo with Dynamo the Dinosaur.

Cover2Cover

June 15 | 12 PM
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Join us for Cover 2 Cover, your virtual lunchtime book club! Bring your lunch and discuss different books about nonfiction history and science topics. This month, we will discuss "Empires of Light: Edison, Tesla, Westinghouse, and the Race to Electrify the World" by Jill Jonnes. This book club is restricted to individuals 18 years and older.

Watershed Urbanism and the DFW Metroplex

April - August 2022
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Check out a brand new exhibit on display in our Havener South Gallery! Originally part of the European Cultural Center’s 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale, Watershed Urbanism observes the challenges that increasing population expansion, climate change, and aging infrastructure create for the relationship between urban and natural environments. Examine the Trinity River watershed in North Texas and designs from University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs (CAPPA) faculty and students.

Fort Worth and the Green Book

February - August 2022
Fort Worth and the Green Book

Be among the first to check out this new, family-friendly exhibit! Explore what it was like to travel in the ‘30s, ‘40s, and ’50, the unique challenges faced by Black citizens on the road, and the remarkable book that helped keep them safe. 

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