It’s time to let you know about one more perfect place. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History first started out as the Fort Worth Children’s Museum in 1941 on Summit Street. The building the current Fort Worth Museum is housed in opened in 2007. During this time, the museum has improved and expanded, today featuring a variety of both permanent and changing exhibitions for your etantion.
Find out how you can spend some time here. Visit DinoLabs & DinoDig – 3,700 square-foot gallery, provides visitors to experience the enormity of the Sauroposeidon. Also you’ll see several other articulations dinosaur skeletons, including the Tenontosaurus dossi. Take a “bath” in a Paluxysaurus jonesi foot print.
Some very amusing things you can do at the Fort Worth Museum of Science & Nature. Interesting an interactive game at The Cattle Raisers Museum teaches you the history and science of cattle ranching. At any point of time, you can view an excellent movie with great educational shows in the Omni Theater, IMAX Dome. Someone can build a paper airplane and fly it in the great Air Park. You can even try to lying on a bench of nails.