The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is excited to offer Boy Scout Merit Badge, Webelos Adventure and Cub Scout Adventure Workshops!

You schedule it! 

Pick a date and time that works for your group and we will schedule one of the following workshops for you.

Boy Scout Merit Badges: Environmental Science (Eagle Scout Requirement), Engineering, Chemistry, Fingerprinting 

Bear Adventures: Forensics, Super Science, A World of Sounds

Tiger Adventures: Backyard Jungle, Stories and Shapes

Webelos Adventures: Engineer, Into the Woods, Adventures in Science

Wolf Adventures: Air of the Wolf, Digging in the Past, Motor Away 

Check out our flyer for workshop details, times and pricing. 

Interested in a workshop you don't see here? Just ask us and we will let you know if we are able to accomodate your special requests. 

How to Register: Fill out an interest form here and return it to our Outreach Department at outreach@fwmsh.org.

Questions: Contact our Outreach Department at outreach@fwmsh.org, 817-255-9522 or 817-255-9536. 

Location: All workshops are held at the Museum, 1600 Gendy Street, Fort Worth TX, 76107, unless noted on the flyer. Troop Leaders and chaperones should park in the Museum Lot at the corner of Montgomery and Harley Streets and will receive a parking pass at sign in (Parking passes will NOT be given for SWAP HOP in November – all participants will need to pay for parking for this event and carpooling is encouraged). Non-chaperone adults should make transportation or drop off arrangements with troop leaders to avoid parking fees. Paid parking began in the Cultural District May 1, 2010. These fees cannot be waived or reimbursed by the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. More information on the fee structure can be found on the City of Fort Worth’s parking guide: culturaldistrictparking.com.

 


Fun Fact
The full length feature films over on the Quick Turn Reel Unit, added in Sept. 2005, can hold a two and a half hour movie, weighing in at over 700 pounds and stretching over 9 miles long!

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