Earlier this year, our intern-turned-staffer Meghna Jayakumar took a trip to California, during which she braved the MOXI museum in Santa Barbara for the sake of Adventures in Field Research. This account was written entirely on her own dime and time. Check it out! In a picturesque coastal city, on
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
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
By intern Christy Karnes. My kiddos and I had the pleasure of visiting the Thinkery in Austin.
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
Have you ever been somewhere that was so quaint you could hardly stand it? Last spring I grabbed a friend and her two kids, called my kids in sick, and loaded up for a day out in Commerce, Texas. What’s in Commerce, Texas?
Several times each year, and particularly since conceiving Explorium Denton almost three years ago, I take my family to a children’s museum or science museum to do what I like to call “Field Research.” It’s awesome, because