Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
The DFW area is home to almost as many museums as restaurants. So, there is no excuse for not filling up on cultured eye candy across the Metroplex. Here are the best options.
North Texas is a premier destination for large-scale art exhibitions. Here is an update on some of the newest exhibitions at DFW area museums, and ones that are coming soon.
Stargazing can still be inspirational at some of these areas around DFW.
The presidential inauguration is a monumental and significant point in American history as millions gather in Washington, D.C. to celebrate the election or re-election of the president. On Jan. 21 billions will watch worldwide as Barack Obama is again sworn in as the president of the United States for another four-year term. This year’s theme, “Faith in America’s Future” will prove to be more momentous than ever as America trudges past recent hardships. While it is not economically feasible for most to travel to D.C. for the ceremony, there are several ways within the DFW metroplex that residents may exhibit patriotism as they usher Barack Obama into a new season of his presidency.
This fall, DFW hosts a wide range of museum exhibits with interactive components, famous art and shows that uncover historic events that will sweep you back in time.
DFW has many indie movie houses and modern IMAX theaters to enjoy. From a large domed screen to champagne in a viewing room, there’s something for everyone.
Fort Worth is a great place for family fun, and an even better place for keeping kids entertained while they learn. Expose them to the arts and a little entertainment at the top arts and craft classes in Fort Worth.
Did you know that Fort Worth is considered the “museum capital of the Southwest?” You don’t have to drive all over town or even do much research to figure out how it earned this title.
There’s so much to do in this place, it’s hard to know where to start. There are four permanent exhibits, traveling exhibits and the Omni Theater.