This month it's all about going somewhere - from walking through The Lands of Asia at the Kimbell Art Museum to heading down the Trinity in a tube at Panther Island. Here's our picks for June family fun in Fort Worth!
 

June 2 & 3

Plaza Palooza - Sundance Square Plaza

Take the family to see street art like never before, in 3D at Sundance Square Plaza! Sixteen artists will start painting on Friday, June 1, and finish on Saturday, June 2. There will be a great lineup of popular bands and your favorite joints for food both days. Get the details.

 

Family Festival Passport to Asia - Kimbell Art Museum

It’s an art-filled weekend with free, family fun offered during Passport to Asia: A Family Festival at the Kimbell Art Museum on Sunday, June 3. Expect live performances from guest artists, hands-on activities for the whole family, games and story times. You will also enjoy free admission to the special exhibition From the Lands of Asia: The Sam and Myrna Myers Collection. Get the details.

 

June 9 & 10

Almost Campout - Alliance Town Center

Pack the chairs, coolers and even a tent as you head to Alliance Town Center on Saturday, June 9, for an evening of fun family games like soccer darts, potato sack races and laser cones. Or you can just relax and listen to stories told by their Cowboy Storyteller around the campfire, either way you will have a great summer camp out! Get the details.

 

Eat a Bug - Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge

Are you brave enough to eat a bug? I bet your kids are! Join the fun at Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge on Sunday, June 10, as they explore how and where bugs are actually eaten around the world! Get the details.


 

June 16 & 17

Concerts in the Garden - Fort Worth Botanic Garden

During the months of June and July, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden hosts Concerts in the Garden. The lineup consists of everything from Michael Jackson to Journey, but on Friday, June 15, through Sunday, June 17, the Symphony is playing three nights of Star Wars and Beyond: A Laser Light Spectacular!

As if bringing the movies to life through the music wasn’t enough, your kids will be wowed by the laser light show! This will be a highlight of the summer. Get the details and purchase tickets.

 

Taste of Fort Worth - Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center

Be at the very first Taste of Fort Worth on Saturday, June 16. Taste the great food offered around Fort Worth including some of the best BBQ in Texas. You can even join in and bring your best 'cue to the BBQ competition!  

There will be live music and free kids' activities in the Fun Zone. Plus the kids will love the costumed characters, face painting and games. Get the details and purchase tickets.


 

June 23 & 24

Eric Carle's Birthday - Seminary South Branch Library

Celebrate one of your children’s favorite authors, Eric Carlisle, as the Fort Worth Library System spends the month of June celebrating him at a different branch each week. Saturday, June 23, will be one of your last chances to celebrate at the Seminary South Branch. Make sure to wear your painting clothes! Get the details.

 

Sunday Fundays - Panther Island Pavilion

Starting Sunday, June 24, Panther Island is open for Sunday Fundays, where every Sunday is meant to be spent tubing! If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s a day of fun-in-the-sun activities, music, tubing and food. It’s the only way to spend a hot Texas Sunday. Get the details.

 

June 30

Grossology & Animal Grossology -  Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Stay cool with a visit to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s latest exhibition Grossology. It’s a fun-filled exploratory way to learn about all of the ways the body works from creating your own belch to experiencing a virtual reality experience in “Urine: The Game.” The kids will love it and learn too! Get the details.