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.


October 24-28

The Innovation Studios will be filled with hands-on chemistry experiments exploring the fascinating connections between chemistry and geology. Investigate the interesting world of rocks and minerals and try out classic chemistry experiments that deepen your understanding of the intriguing field of geochemistry.  Museum staff, American Chemical Society Student Groups from area universities and high school students will lead these engaging experiences. Click here to learn more.


OCTOBER 26 | 1:30 - 4:00 PM

We have created special experiences for homeschool audiences after the traditional field trip groups leave for the day. Check out our website in early October for more details.

Please note: Chemistry Week topics, activities and environments are designed for students ages 8 and older.

Programming for Chemistry Week is sponsored by


Download the Chemistry Rocks Educator Guide for great hands-on science activities here.

Maker Studio Homeschool Afternoon-Friday, October 6 from 3:00 pm-5:00 pm  

Programming just for homeschoolers ages 8 and above!

Maker Studio is a pop-up space located in Innovation Studios designed to give guests ages 8 & up an opportunity to engage with our team and have hands-on making experiences. The program is included in exhibit admission, but space is limited and pre-registration is required.  

We reserve the first Friday afternoon of each month for our homeschool students. Check our website for topic and registration information.

Reserve a one-hour spot online by visiting here and filling out the online reservation form after September 26.




Fort Worth Museum of Science and History's Research and Learning Center aims to immerse Museum guests in the scientific discovery process as it brings researchers into the Innovation Studios to share their research with the public. Museum guests will have opportunities to learn from these scientists as they participate in current research studies, discuss research with the scientists and find out how the research impacts their day-to-day lives.

Click here to learn about upcoming studies.


For children ages 5 -12 by September 1, 2017

Download the Fall 2017 class brochure here!

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For questions about upcoming school-age classes, call  817-255-9335, Monday-Friday, 9 am to 4 pm or send an Email to

For over 66 years, Museum School has been a leader in informal science education. Whether the topic is dinosaurs, space, mammals, chemistry or physics, class curriculums and explorations are designed so that students can construct their own knowledge of the world through hands-on experiences. The engaging environments are supported by specimens and artifacts from the Museum’s teaching collection, creative materials, and an enthusiastic teaching staff that supports the process and joy of learning through discovery.

Museum School offers many exciting learning opportunities for school-age children who attend a traditional public or private school or who are home schooled. These informal, discovery-based classes feature various science and history topics enriched with Museum specimens and artifacts (where appropriate to the subject), creative activities, science investigations and other hands-on explorations.

Classes will be offered on various Fridays and Saturdays in October, November and December. Click here or on the above link to download the Fall 2017 Museum School class brochure which has the schedule, class descriptions, fees and the registration instructions and form.

For questions about any of the school-age classes, call 817-255-9335, Monday-Friday, 9 am to 4 pm or send an Email to



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