Dine, Dance, and Discover What Makes the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Special!
Mad Scientist Ball is the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s signature annual fundraiser and is back for the first time since 2019. Join the Mad Scientist Ball Chairs, Noel & David Nolet, in supporting the Museum at one of the most unique parties in town!
Savor bites from local Fort Worth restaurants such as Blue Goose Cantina, Bob’s Steak & Chop House, Fitzgerald, Galligaskins, Heim BBQ, Pacific Table, and Taco Heads, while dancing and drinking under the stars in the Noble Planetarium.
Be amazed by the magic of strolling mentalists, the Charming Charlatans. Soar high in the Lockheed Martin Flight Simulator and explore the lab with Mad Scientist experiments and demonstrations. Grab a sneak preview of the Museum’s brand new exhibit, “Discovering Treatments – The Path to Modern Medicine,” opening especially for Mad Scientist Guests! With a photo booth, dancing, and a live auction, the night is sure to be one to remember.
Attire is Fort Worth Chic and lab coats will be provided. Grab your friends, coworkers, or family to join the fun! This annual fundraising event treats guests to an unforgettable night and financially supports the Museum’s mission to engage our diverse community through creative, vibrant programs and exhibitions.
Sponsorship Table and individual ticket opportunities are available for the Mad Scientist Ball. Sponsorship Table opportunities start at $5,000 for up to 10 guests. Individual tickets are available at $500 each. Learn more about the Mad Scientist Ball and buy tickets HERE. For more information on becoming a sponsor, please call 817-255-9449 or email email@example.com.
The Museum was established in 1941, is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and is an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute. 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.