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Fort Worth Museum of Science & History

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Fort Worth Museum of Science & History

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1600 Gendy St, Fort Worth, TX 76107-4062
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Expect only the best of times on this tour of two Texas cities. Get acquainted with Dallas and Forth Worth on a tour that takes you to both cities' main attractions, such as the JFK Memorial and the Cowtown Museum. This tour includes all transportation in an area that's difficult to navigate without a car,.
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ransom007 wrote a review Apr 2020
Anaheim, California962 contributions155 helpful votes
Parking cost $10 but there are many museums and other attractions in the Will Rogers Memorial Center (it is an area, not a building). The museum has 2 levels. The lower level is the admission area, gift shop, and exhibits that are more oriented toward children. The upper level has the history and space exhibits.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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1Yellowrose wrote a review Mar 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma82 contributions11 helpful votes
Overall Disappointing . So thankful I buy an ASTM (American science Technology museum) membership every year. If I had to pay admission I’d be unhappy. My Grand Kids did enjoy the limited exhibits. Favorites were Clifford the Big Red Dog, the Train Car and the outdoor play area. The small, sculpture garden was charming. On a Spring Break Sunday afternoon the museum was quiet ! Kids were able to play comfortably at all exhibits. I did not expect the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry but this was a quite underdeveloped venue.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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caboose wrote a review Mar 2020
47 contributions3 helpful votes
Ever since the early 1950's I have been going to see "what is new!" at this museum. There is always something new that opens up wonders and inspiration. This is a great gift to anyone who ventures within.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Funtraveler2014 wrote a review Feb 2020
Las Cruces, New Mexico4,956 contributions221 helpful votes
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This is a great destination for families with toddlers to early teens. Wear comfortable shoes and plan on at least 3 hours. While not cheap, I paid $29 for one adult and one child for exhibits with no Omni or Planetarium. Parking is $10 and you pay when you leave. I recommend you get there when open. We went on a Friday and it was crowded mainly due to school field trips. The museum is clean, well laid out. Also, it is worth the time to go upstairs and see the exhibits. Finally, the restaurant in the museum is affordable and has many options for all. While not the best children's museum in the country, it is still a great place for kids. I can recommend this museum and I will return again!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Heartyfoodtravel wrote a review Jan 2020
Fort Worth, Texas119 contributions23 helpful votes
A nice place for kids above 4 years of age. Great learning experience for them plus there is also small area for kids under 3 years as well to enjoy. However I have been to far more bigger and better museums for adults/kids (like in Austin TX). So the Fort Worth museum was a disappointment.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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