Science on Tap: Bubble-ology!

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

Friday, July 21
6 – 10pm

Bubbling with curiosity to discover what Science on Tap is all about? Look no further as we explore Bubble-ology: the science of bubbles and the fascinating places we find them all around us. Explore bubbles as you sample beer from Wild Acre Brewing Company, taste unique bubbly substances in our Taste Lab, learn where we can find bubbles around stars, and even discover how to make your own square soap bubbles! Add in Trivia on Tap, live music by the Squeezebox Bandits and a museum-wide adult scavenger hunt, and you have one savvy social hour or date night.

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$20 per person | Non-members
$15 per person | Members

Members, to receive your discount, please call 817-255-9540.

Tickets are limited. First drink is on us when you buy your ticket in advance!*

*Beer, wine or soda only

Parking for Science on Tap will be available in the Museum Lot on the corner of Harley and Montgomery. Additional parking will be available at UNTHSC Lot 19 at the corner of Camp Bowie and Montgomery.

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

Support provided by

Additional support provided by 3D Me Studio and TCU Department of Geography

Event Highlights:

  • Attend a chat on The Geography of Bubbles (in Your Beer): Learn the basics of beer-style regions and what that means for the American craft beer industry.

  • Watch our mixologists add beer to ice cream and quickly freeze it with liquid nitrogen.

  • Explore the future of portraiture with 3D Me Studio.

  • Put your taste buds to the test with different bubbly substances in our Taste Lab. There will be new experiments throughout the evening.

  • Discover the bubbles of gas that surround stars as they are being formed in a Planetarium Chat.

  • Find out about the upcoming Great American Eclipse.

  • Test your brain in Trivia on Tap.

  • Live music from the Squeezebox Bandits.

  • Enjoy samplings from Wild Acre Brewing Company, Ether Elixir, Stir Crazy Baked Goods and Pokey O’s Tarrant County.

AND so much more! Check back weekly for more event highlights.



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

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The rolling loop projector--the heart of the IMAX film system--was invented in the 1960's by Ron Jones, a machinist and camera builder from Brisbane, Australia.

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