In the News
Tripping, November 2015
San Antonio’s DoSeum takes interactive learning to a new level for children. With seven distinguished exhibits, which feature a variety of topics including the environment and music, kids of all interests and ages are sure to find something fascinating.
Budget Travel, January 2016
The year-round installation The Saga tells the city’s history in rapturous video projected onto San Fernando Cathedral (free); farther north, kids can put their engineering skills to the test at the new STEM-focused DoSeum ($12)
USA Today, 2016
The new DoSeum Children’s Museum sits on 5.5 acres of property and includes 26,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space and an additional 39,000 square feet of outdoor exhibit play space. It offers unique exhibits unlike any other children’s museum in the U.S., including an interactive robot, a spy academy filled with math challenges, an interactive puppet parade, a musical staircase like in the movie Big, an ADA-accessible treehouse, a children’s river and a significant outdoor exhibit area.
Lonely Planet, January 2016
San Antonio, however, has upped its game with a spate of new attractions appealing to the younger set. San Antonio’s massive children’s museum, called the DoSeum , opened its brand-new 65,000-sq-ft Midtown space in 2015.
Vacation Idea, July 2016
The DoSeum is a fun-filled educational museum and one of the top family attractions in San Antonio TX. The Museum aims to provide children with a place to learn through thinking, inventing, dreaming, creating, building, making and playing with a range of interactive exhibits and hands-on displays.
Whether wandering through the enchanted hedge maze, marveling at magical fairy dancers or finding the treat in magician Tim St. John’s tricks, you’re sure to have a spellbinding Halloween at The DoSeum!
Rivard Report, September 2016
Children of privilege and children of poverty have more in common than you might think, according to Jessica Lahey, author of The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed.
Rivard Report, July 2016
San Antonio Current, August 2016
San Antonio Express News, August 2016
The Mathletics exhibit – [The DoSeum’s] first-ever summer feature — gave elementary-aged children a chance to flex the mental muscles that often atrophy outside of the classroom during the summer months.
My SA, June 2016
It’s incredible to think that just one year ago, The DoSeum opened its doors for the first time to the San Antonio community, a community that was essential in turning the DoSeum from a set of blueprints into a beautifying landmark along San Antonio’s growing cultural corridor.
San Antonio Magazine, June 2016
Use The DoSeum as an excuse to keep your kids’ math skills sharp when it runs its first summer exhibit—the Mathletes Training Center. Hands-on learners will love one feature where kids use their bodies to manipulate shadows when learning fractions.
San Antonio Current, May 2016
Take a tour of some of San Antonio’s most notable buildings and check out our architecture issue for the background on local architectural firms you ought to know.
San Antonio Current, May 2016
The DoSeum gift shop is a fine purveyor of this magical, nearly ineffable feeling of possibility. If you visit the shop after a few hours in The DoSeum, your mind is already primed for the thrill of discovery and the purposeful, experimental experience of quality play.
San Antonio Magazine, February 2016
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