If you’ve ever been to the City Museum in St. Louis, you will recognize much of what’s going on at SPARK! in Dallas. It’s truly a wonder for the imagination, the mind and the body. It’s best not to have any expectations when visiting SPARK! Our family went on a
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Another successful year in the books for Explorium Denton Children’s Museum fourth annual Touch a Truck event! Children and their families were able to explore and play with vehicles of all types: emergency, public services, utility, construction, school bus, motorcycles, and big rigs. The children could touch, climb on the
On December 11, 2017 we got word that our grant proposal for CoServ Charitable Foundation was approved! This is our first big grant, and we are pleased to share about CoServ, and what this grant will include. CoServ CoServ is an electric and gas distribution company serving North Texas. The
We are pleased to announce the design for our museum! Here’s a play-by-play from our founder and director, Anyah Martinez: Walking into the museum, visitors will be greeted in our foyer by a friendly face, an admission desk, some healthy vending choices, and a small area to enjoy snacks
by Jordan Hall, Intern On Saturday March 25th, Explorium Denton participated in the University of North Texas’ Big Event! From 10:00 to 2:00, students from UNT’s Alpha Chi Sigma Professional Chemistry served with us at Calhoun Middle School’s garden to assist in the beginning of a major cleanup of the
What an amazing turn out we had at Explorium Denton’s third annual Touch a Truck event! Children and adults of all ages had a blast climbing onto all sorts of different vehicles. We had some new vehicles this year, including a fishing boat, a 6197 military helicopter and Denton County’s
We were featured in the Denton Magazine: Summer 2016! You can check it out by following this link: https://s3.amazonaws.com/wyim-publications/DentonSummer2016/index.html#96
By intern Christy Karnes. My kiddos and I had the pleasure of visiting the Thinkery in Austin.
By now you have probably seen these acronyms (STEM, E-STEM, STEAM)