Spring Break starts March 10 in Fort Worth, so be prepared to round up your herd for some big fun in Cowtown full of nature, culture, and history exploration.
Introduce the kids to the opera with the fun loving performances of The Ugly Duckling and The Three Little Pigs on March 10th and 11th at the Scott Theatre. Tickets are $5 each for this hilarious adaptation of these fairytale classics by the Fort Worth Opera.
Lasso some fun with Spring Break Cow Camp at the Fort Worth Stockyards. At this free event, kids and adults can have an interactive experience with the equipment from the cattle drive era. Authentic drovers lead roping, sorting, saddling, cattle driving demonstrations and chuck wagon stories. No reservations are required.
Get a little culture for the whole family at the Amon Carter Museum Family Fun Week. Museum guides will be on hand to help families explore the collection as it relates to the natural world and create crafts related to earth, wind or water. Refreshments will be supplied.
Don’t let the culture stop! Spend the day in the arts district for more Spring Break programs at the Modern Art Museum and the Kimbell Art Museum. Spring Break Wonders at the Modern invites families to tour the museum with a docent and create a project based on the tour. Spring Break Art Extravaganza at the Kimbell includes art activities, family tours and docent guided programs throughout the museum during Spring Break week.
Learn that money doesn’t grow on trees at the Bureau of Printing and Engraving Spring Break Craft Demonstrations. Learn about intaglio engraving and watch as money is reconstructed piece by piece. Kids over eight can even engrave and print their own money design in the Kid$ Corral.
See where archeology and adventure combine during the Indiana Jones Exhibit at the Fort Worth Museum Science and History. Exhibit runs March 8-August 10th and features movie props as a way to introduce the real science of archeology.
Go back in time to the pioneer days at the Log Cabin Village for a day of fun and games. Cap off a great spring break on March 15th by playing with old time toys and games, plowing the field and more.