Children's, History, Historic House, Library
The Houston Municipal Airport Terminal is a
beautiful and rare example of classic art deco
airport architecture from the golden age of flight.
The Terminal served Houston during the years
when air travelers dressed in their finest and
embarked for exotic destinations aboard roaring
propliners like the Douglas DC-3 and the
Children's, Nature Centers, Science, Zoo
The Austin Nature and Science Center (ANSC) is Central Texas' only living nature and science museum. The ANSC is situated on an eighty acre preserve containing woodlands (80%), and a meadow area (20%). Two well-fed ponds, a major lake, a wet weather creek, and geological escarpments are some of the features on our site. This diverse location gives us a natural abundance of vegetation and wildlife.
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Natural History, Science
Each year, the Museum reaches about 50,000 children and adults with stimulating science programs, exhibits, special events, and affiliated programs such as the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley, Center for the Study of the First Americans and the Texas Cooperative Wildlife Collections. Our programs are available thanks to the support of many individuals, businesses, and other institutions.
San Angelo, Texas
Children's Art Museum in San Angelo, TX is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
A Playground for your Mind!™ The Children’s Museum of Houston is packed with 90,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits. Build robots in Invention Convention; anchor the news; run a business; get elected as mayor in Kidtropolis, USA; explore nanotechnology in Matter Factory; portal through a mathematical quest in Cyberchase: The Chase Is On!, based on the PBS cartoon; take a wet, wild adventure in FlowWorks; and climb a three-story tower in PowerPlay.
Children's, Culture, History, Planetarium
Exhibits include models of the old swing bridge and Velasco lighthouse, Discovery Dome planetarium, Antonelli's tribute, Children's Exhibit, and rotating temporary exhibitions.
Art, Children's, History
Collingsworth County Museum seeks to preserve the heritage and arts of this unique area of the eastern Texas Panhandle for future generations. Through the presentation of history and local culture, the Museum seeks to instill pride in the past, reaffirm the quality of life in the present, and promote growth in the future.
Children's, Historic House
Children's, General, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
It is the missin of the Dallas Public Schools Environmental Education Center to interpret, preserve, protect and share informqation regarding the natural history and ecology of north Texas for the students and teachers of the Dallas Schools, and the families and residents of north Texas.
The Discovery Science Place offers three exhibit halls where kids of all ages are free to move about and explore. The museum is currently offering three exhibits, Discovery Landing, Hometown, USA and our new tinkering gallery - Discovery Zone - where families are free to create, invent and explore. Don't miss it!
Children's, General, Science
The Discovery Center has recently expand to include an additional 16,000 square feet of exhibit space including a helium area, weather center and a extensive marine biology area. The Discovery Center is also looking to the future with new permanent exhibits including: Simple Machines (an interactive look at how simple machine help make work eaiser) and the Hall of Inventors which looks at a variety of men and women who have made significant scientific contributions.
Children's, General, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Science, Specialized, University
This fascinating museum houses the authentic re-creation of oil discovery and production in the early 1930s from the largest oil field inside U.S. boundaries. Here, visitors see the people, their towns, their personal habits, their tools and their pastimes – all colorfully depicted in dioramas, movies, sound presentations and actual antiques donated by East Texas citizens.
El Campo, Texas
Children's, History, Natural History
The El Campo Museum of Natural History began as a storage site for Dr. E. A. Weinheimer to store his collection of trophies. Since the beginning in 1978 to the present, the El Campo Museum has become a major tourist attraction for those who travel to our area. Within the past twenty years, the Museum has changed its name, mission statement, vision, and location. What once began as a tourist stie inside the Chamber of Commerce has now become an ever-wondrous experience.
El Paso, Texas
A "LIVING LABORATORY" MUSEUM FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES.
The Fire Museum of Texas is housed in the 1927 Central Fire Station Headquarters. The mission of the museum is to educate the public about fire safety and the history of the fire service. In addition to guided tours the museum also offers a fire safety summer camp program, fire safety birthday parties, and a unique 3 day fire safety event for 2,000
school children in Ocotober in cooperation with Dupont.
San Angelo, Texas
Children's, General, History, Historic House, Library
Covering forty acres and twenty-four buildings just south of downtown San Angelo, Fort Concho represents one of the best preserved frontier forts west of the Mississippi! Its 1870s-style structures reflect the simple but sturdy military architecture of the late 1800s when West Texas was truly a "vast expanse" awaiting protection and settlement.
Fort Concho is central to San Angelo in spirit, fact, and location.
Fort Worth, Texas
Children's, Culture, History, Library, Military, Science, Specialized
WE are an aviation museum telling the stories of aviation's impact to the economy and culture of North Texas from 1911 to the present. We use that history to educate our community and strive to inspire young people to careers in aviation and aerospace.
Fort Worth, Texas
Children's, History, Planetarium, Science
A LEADER IN INFORMAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
Adding to the rich architectural legacy of Fort Worth?s Cultural District, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History?s brand new $80 million facility is dazzling with its bright colors, geometric forms, and abundant natural light. Designed by internationally acclaimed architectural firm Legorreta + Legorreta, the new facility opened in November 2009.
Aquarium, Arboretum, Children's, Zoo
Over 1,500 mammals, birds, reptiles, invertebrates, fish and amphibians live in this lushly planted sub-tropical zoo and botanical garden. Emphasis is placed on creating a "survival center" for rare and endangered species. The multi-million dollar facility was built, stocked, staffed and then given to the citizens of South Texas in 1971 by the Earl C. Sams Foundation. Numerous awards have been bestowed on the Gladys Porter Zoo for the breeding of rare and difficult species.