Film Premieres February 17 at the Omni Theater, an IMAX® Dome
From the world’s tallest buildings to underwater robots, to a solar car race across the Australian Outback, Dream Big celebrates the human ingenuity behind engineering marvels big and small, and shows how engineers push the limits of innovation in unexpected ways. The Dream Big premiere launches this year’s Engineers Week at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, February 21 to February 25. During Engineers Week, the Museum will be filled with STEM-based activities and festivities designed to explore the field of engineering. Here students will discover how professional engineers turn ideas into reality while doing their own problem-solving. Young women interested in pursuing a career in engineering will meet mentors and learn about future options during Girls and Engineering Day on Saturday, February 25.
Dream Big and Engineers Week bring STEM-based learning opportunities to our community through programs and activities that shatter the stereotype of engineering and teach that anyone with a vision and passion can succeed in STEM fields.
Today’s young dreamers will engineer tomorrow’s future – what better time to start dreaming BIG?
Omni Theater, an IMAX® Dome, showtimes vary. See our calendar for showtimes on the day of your visit. Purchase tickets in advance online, or by calling 817-255-9540.
Adult $8 | Junior (2-18) $7 | Senior (65+) $7
Members Adult $5 | Junior (2-18) $4 | Senior (65+) $4
Dream Big is a MacGillivray Freeman film in partnership with the American Society of Engineers, presented by Bechtel Corporation.
Generous support for Dream Big provided by The Bank of Texas. Engineers Week is sponsored locally by IBM, Lockheed Martin, and Mouser Electronics.
The Museum was established in 1941 and is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. Anchored by its rich collections, the Museum is dedicated to lifelong learning. It engages guests through creative, vibrant programs and exhibits interpreting science and the history of Texas and the Southwest. For more information, visit www.fortworthmuseum.org.