WOW - the summer of 2019 sure flew by! Aren’t you glad Explorium was open and air-conditioned?? We are too! Here is a look at what our first summer in our brick-and-mortar location looked like. Field trips: With school out, childcare providers were very busy looking for opportunities to keep
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What a Great Year! After more than six years of dreaming, on September 15, 2018 we finally opened our doors. THANK YOU! Many of you played a part in making this dream come true. Here are some highlights of our first 'year' of operations, along with what to look forward
UNT and TWU Students: we are looking for a fall intern! Apply through https://joinhandshake.com/ If you are not a TWU or UNT student and would like to be considered, please send your resume and course requirements to email@example.com. We are happy to work with students from any university!
Meghna Jayakumar, our summer intern, had a few adventures this summer. Here is a summary of her time in Brooklyn. Back in June, I was on a trip to New York City to visit a friend, and we found ourselves with no plans on a Thursday afternoon. I assumed there
Explorium Denton Children's Museum is finally going to open! We have found a great space in Stonehill Center for our first location. We will be launching a campaign to support the transformation of this space into a great place for children and their families to learn and play together. Donate here,
On May 6, 2017 nearly 300 people gathered at the RAFES observatory for UNT’s monthly star party. This one, however, was different, as Explorium invaded the property with live music, activities and more. As the sun began to set, Mellow Mushroom arrived to set up their pizza truck, and Kona
My name is Rebecca, and I am a Children’s Librarian here in Denton and a mom to two young children. I also serve on the board for Explorium Denton. I enjoy working with children and have always loved the rich history and learning environment of museums. Working with Explorium allows
The Science Mill has a really cool background, and this is apparent in the architecture of the building.
My name is Christy, and I am a senior at Texas Woman’s University, graduating this December. My major is in Child Development, and I have 2 little ones of my own. When I interviewed with Explorium for the internship position, I knew that Explorium was going to be a fun