The Museum will be closed December 24 and December 25 for the holidays. The following week, the Museum will be open December 31, January 1, and January 2.
There’s no shortage of ways to commemorate the New Year at Noon Year’s Eve. Make your own party poppers, explore different New Year’s traditions, learn about animals of the new year, and make “Noon” Year’s Eve resolutions. At 12 PM, drop your resolutions to ring in the “Noon” year.
The event is free for Museum members. For non-members, the event is included in the price of admission. Although the event ends at 12 PM, the Museum will remain open until 5 PM.
The Museum is currently open Friday – Saturday from 10 AM – 5 PM and Sunday from 12 PM – 5 PM. The Museum will be closed on December 24 and December 25 for the holidays.
HOW TO STAY INVOLVED
The Museum invites the community to help support their mission and stay connected this holiday season:
- Connect to the Museum’s social media pages to follow Noon Year’s Eve updates. Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
- Support the Museum’s mission by making a contribution to the Giving Tree or purchasing a membership.
- Sign up for the Museum’s e-newsletters on the front page of the Museum’s website.
To learn more about Noon Year’s Eve, visit the Museum’s upcoming events page at www.fwmuseum.org/explore/upcoming-events.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, a distinguished institution established in 1941, is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and proudly holds Affiliate status with the Smithsonian Institute. Anchored by a diverse and enriching collection spanning science and history, the museum is committed to lifelong learning. Engaging visitors through vibrant programs and exhibits, it interprets the rich tapestry of Texas and the Southwest. The museum’s commitment to education is reflected in its innovative programs, designed to inspire and educate learners of all ages. From interactive workshops to immersive exhibits, the museum provides a dynamic environment for curiosity and intellectual growth. For more information about educational programs, exhibits, and events, visit www.fwmuseum.org.