Trip Planner USA  /  Texas  /  Fort Worth  /  Museums  /  Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Fort Worth

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.1/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
Science comes to life through various outlets at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. You'll learn about the sky and stars at Noble Planetarium or discover new interests during a show at the Omni Theater. For those who like the prehistoric realm, view full dinosaur skeletons and a replica dig site. Or explore the history of the cattle industry and the Cattle Raisers Museum. Head to Energy Blast for interactive exhibits, multimedia, and learning stations on energy recourses. Families of all ages can partake in Innovation Studios, a section of the museum designed to teach using creativity. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Fort Worth holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
going to
read all reviews »
  • Competes in the District Cultural, as a variety of buildings and courtyards Interior perfectly combined, of brick, stone and plasters red that its authors Legorreta and Legorreta called of color cabernet red.
    show original
  • We live in Fort Worth and bought tickets for the new short documentary film about the great National Parks in the beautiful U.S.A. It was amezing adventure to seat and relax and watch the incredible h...  read more »
  • They have so many awesome things for children under the age of 8 years old. My husband and I are kinda nerdy and were looking to enjoy a morning of learning interesting information. Most of the museum...  read more »
  • I have lived in Fort Worth my whole life. Growing up, I remember the original Fort Worth History and Science museum well. There were tons of antiquities. They had Egyptian exhibits, a large Dino area with two skeletons fighting. Native American and ancient man exhibits and so on. It was a real museum. They tore that place down, hired a famous architect, spent tons of money, and built an air conditioned play ground. There is only really 3 exhibit areas and they are the weakest I have ever seen. I think it is sad what has happened to our museum. It was filled with awesome artifacts to learn about, but now it is extremely limited. I don't know what happened to all the artifacts they used to have, but in this building there isn't really anywhere to put them anyway. Really a shame they wasted all the money. It doesn't in anyway compare or compete with the history and science museum I have been to in other major cities.
  • I can't believe this is the same musem that I used to go to as a kid... well, it's not in a way. There is nothing interesting to do here anymore. Sure, it has a splash pad outside, but we used to play downstairs with all sorts of cool water contraptions, make tornadoes, lay on the bed of nails, climb around in the wagons & much more. Now there is just a water pad, a grocery center, a small dino exhibit, & a sort of hands on Science room. This was a huge dissatisfaction comparing it to what used to be.
  • We are members to take the kids, but they really need to spend some time working on the upkeep of the museum. Seems every time we go something is broken or really run down. We made a complaint a while back and never got any kind of response from customer service. Probably not going to renew after this year.
  • It's a little gimmicky now. Lots of exhibits for kids, it they could put a lot more thought into the floorplan and exhibits themselves. Right now it is definitely focusing on the eentertainment aspect, not the history aspect.
  • I grew up loving the old museum. With the dinosaurs and such and lots of amazing things that were fun to play with. The bed of nails, the maze, the big bubble maker, the water fountain, music stations, etc. There was a lot more real artifacts to learn from. Not this fake kiddie dumb-down crap.
Nearby Attractions
Visit for 2​h 30​m
Visit for 4​h
Visit for 8​h
Visit for 1​h 30​m
Visit for 3​h
Visit for 4​h