The DoSeum is San Antonio's only museum just for children where kids learn by doing, creating and tinkering, instead of just looking and listening.
Monday - Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
The DoSeum is situated on 5.5 acres at the corner of Broadway near Mulberry, across from Lions Field and just north of downtown San Antonio, Texas.
2800 Broadway St.
San Antonio, TX 78209
Every object has a story of how it is made. Join us this spring for our new exhibit, How People Make Things, and celebrate that story—the people, the manufacturing processes, and the technology used to make everyday objects in our world.
Inspired by the Mister Rogers’ Factory Tours, How People Make Things will show your child the importance of everyone’s job in the processes of creating the products we all use every day. Come explore as we cut, mold, deform, and assemble together and discover how familiar the story of manufacturing really is to all of us.
Spring is in the air, and fun and learning are blooming! During The DoSeum's spring break camps, kids will explore exciting new STEM, literacy, and art concepts and learn to innovate, create, and solve problems—all while having a fun time. They can get active and become the MVP, get creative with lasers and cardboard, become a movie star, or explore the wonders of nature. This spring, The DoSeum will offer camps that will inspire you to discover, explore, create, and learn. Make sure to sign up soon as these camps will sell out, and you don’t want to miss this amazing experience!
Educators can transform how students experience learning. The DoSeum is a convener of educators, a laboratory for research, and a resource for educators to take practices and materials back to their institutions.
"We love The Doseum. It's one of our favorite things to do when we visit. We live in Laredo and will often come up for Spring Break and in the summer."
"I just want to say thank you to your team. Shelby had a wonderful time in the mad scientist camp. So much so that she wants to be a scientist and work at her museum."
"We spent almost 4 hours here. Came during the week so there were not too many people. Will definitely be coming back!"
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