The trifecta of cattle, dinosaurs and nostalgia brings accolades to one Fort Worth museum.
Last week, National Geographic’s Intelligent travel section named Fort Worth Museum of Science and History one of the “10 Great Science Museums in the U.S.A” among institutions like The National Air and Space Museum and Exploratorium.
The museum, established in 1941, has five different exhibitions with hands-on educational tools for children and the adults who accompany them. Also, it stays true to Fort Worth.
With press like this, more people should celebrate by spending Saturday at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, learning all about creepy crawlies at IckFest! or watching the D-Day documentary in the IMAX theater.