There is so much to do at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Brody and I literally spent all day there one day last week. We go all the time, and every time we go there’s something new and different to see. This time we got to follow the yellow brick road to The Wizard of Oz Exhibit. Can you believe that movie is 75 years old? Brody really enjoyed playing and learning from all the innovated learning centers and the exploration of the Land of Oz. If you’re in the area you’ll want to take your kids to see this exhibit and the many others they offer. It’s such a learning experience for them.
Brody never gets bored visiting the dinosaur exhibit and digging for dinosaur bones. Those two places are is favorites. I particularly like the Noble Planetarium where Mr. Big Bird has been hanging out for a while now talking about stars in our galaxy. However…this time we got to see something different. Wished I could remember what it was called!! Sorry about that. But it had something to do with telescopes. Brody fell asleep. He doesn’t fall asleep during Big Bird though. We love that yellow bird!!
Another favorite place of mine is the Energy Blast. You first watch a short film in 4-D about how energy immerses you into the world of regional energy and energy resources, then you walk around and see all the interactive exhibits and learning stations and more. Brody was really interested in this area this time. The times before, he was just ready to get to the dino bones (which is right next door).
This Museum is a must-see when traveling to Fort Worth. There’s also the National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame right there in the same area. And don’t forget about the Omni Theater IMAX. Right now they have the Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology Exhibit going on. This is really for kids 10 and up, so we didn’t go.
If this interests you, please see more at their website at http://fortworthmuseum.org
This information was provided by me and no compensation was giving…just my 4 cents worth. We love it there. I just bought another year of membership to the Museum.