For the first time since 2020, the Museum will open six days per week.
After almost two years, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is returning to its regular open hours. Beginning May 31st, the Museum will return to the six days a week schedule shared by many other museums in the Cultural District.
Hours of Operation
- Monday | Closed
- Tuesday – Saturday | 10 AM – 5 PM
- Sunday | Noon – 5 PM
The Museum closed its doors for several months in 2020 and 2021 in response to guidance from local, state, and federal health officials to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 throughout the community. In February 2022, the Museum reopened to the public on a limited schedule, Wednesday – Sunday.
This time, the Museum is excited to open new exhibits such as Fort Worth and the Green Book, a brand new Noble Planetarium experience, and the return of many beloved events, such as Dino Day and iCreate.
“As we stay steadfast to our Mission of lifelong learning, we are excited to expand our hours as the Summer is kicking off.” said Orlando Carvalho, interim President of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. “Starting on May 31st we will once again open our doors six days a week. We invite you to come and Rediscover the Museum through our creative, vibrant programs and new exhibits interpreting science and the stories of Texas and the Southwest.”
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.