Science on Tap: Cheers to Science and History!

It’s time for some grown-up fun at the Museum.  

Saturday, April 1
6 – 10pm


If you’re looking for a savvy social hour, make date night Saturday, April 1 at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History! Join us for Science on Tap and rediscover the Museum.  Enjoy a cash bar and small plates alongside a very large Paluxysaurus jonesi. Explore exhibits and galleries like never before with activities geared toward 21+.










Non-members: $20
Members: $15 

Buy your tickets in advance to receive one free drink voucher* per ticket.
*Valid for beer, wine or soda.

Or call 817-255-9540 to purchase your tickets.
Discounted member tickets are only available for purchase via phone (817-255-9540).

It’s okay to be a kid at heart, but you’ll need to bring a valid 21+ ID to attend this event.

Admission to Science on Tap is not included in the Bank of America Museums on Us promotion. Please refer to the terms of agreement for details.


  • Live Chats with interesting speakers and experts.

  • Smart Phone Holograms: Turn your smart phone into a 3D hologram viewer.

  • The Art of Visual Notetaking: Let your doodles increase your comprehension.

  • Handle state-of-the-art drones, hear expert pilot advice and learn FAA rules.

  • Learn Chinese through Pictures and Stories.

  • Meet engineering artisans.

  • Take part in a taste lab - who knows what you might try?

  • Trickery abounds as we celebrate April Fools' Day.

  • Take part in Trivia on Tap.

Activities offered on a rotating basis.

Volunteer support provided by DFW Makers; Dallas Personal Robotics Group; Fort Worth Camera/NTXDrone; International First Fruits Education; The Maker Spot at North Richland Hills Library; Panther Lab-Northwest Branch, Fort Worth Library; Texas Christian University; University of North Texas and University of North Texas-Health Science Center.



It’s time for some grown-up fun at the Museum!

Fun Fact

The OMNI sound system has 50 speakers, driven by 8 amplifiers that produce over 24,000 watts of sound through 6 channels and a giant sub-bass stack to give the audience that “you are there” feeling.

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