MUSEUM SCHOOL® SCHOOL-AGE CLASSES
In addition to its well-known preschool program, Museum School also offers many learning opportunities for school-age children. These discovery-based classes feature various science and history topics enriched with Museum specimens and artifacts where appropriate, creative activities, science investigations and other hands-on explorations.
How do airplanes fly? Air Park provides a hands-on look at the forces that lift planes, animals, insects and other objects off the ground and soaring through the air.
Vice President of Development
November 28, 1977 – Present
Even from her earliest days playing golf, Angela Stanford wanted perfection and victory. A native of Fort Worth, Stanford informed her father when she was only ten years old that she would one day play golf for Texas Christian University (TCU). And she did!
Thank you for your interest in educational programs available for you and your child at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Here are just a few of the upcoming educational opportunities
A monthly adult gathering celebrating brains and brew, presented at a local watering hole by the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
To download Dr. Marc Shwartz's presentation from the June 7 event click here.
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Let us help you work on your Girl Scout troop’s Journeys and Badges. Join us in fun, hands-on workshops, designed around Girl Scout Journeys and Badges offered at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. All workshops are $300, or $20 per person, whichever is greater. Cost includes a two-hour program with many hands on activities that apply directly toward accomplishing the Journey or Badge you select, plus a Museum Patch for each participant.