In partnership with Fort Worth Public Art and the Cultural District Alliance, the Museum will be open from 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM on Friday, August 20 in celebration of New Stories: New Futures.
Several museums in the Cultural District will also be offering extended hours on Friday, August 20. Participating museums include the Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, the Amon Carter Museum, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the Fort Worth Community Arts Center’s nine galleries.
New Stories: New Futures begins at 9 PM on Friday, August 20. Although the event is free, guests are encouraged to register in advance at www.newstoriesnewfutures.org. The Museum of Science and History will not be able to validate parking for its members on Friday evening, but free parking will be available at Dickies Arena and the Kimbell Art Museum parking lots, in addition to paid parking at Western Heritage Garage and the lots located on Gendy Street near the Will Rogers Memorial Center, which will be discounted to $5 per car for all event guests.
With the exception of Friday’s event, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is currently open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 AM – 5 PM and Sundays from Noon – 5 PM. To stay informed about the Museum’s upcoming exhibitions and events, visit the Museum’s website at fwmuseum.org.
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.