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Top Toys of 2018 List

The DoSeum Store is more than a toy shop, and definitely more fun than just any museum gift shop. It’s worth a visit this December, with its broad selection of science kits, books, educational games, crafts, and knowledgeable staff who are enthusiastic and informed about every item in stock. Plus, 100% of store purchases go to our DoSeum For All fund, which pays for admission to The DoSeum, camp scholarships, and Field Experiences for kids who may not otherwise have the opportunity to... Read More
at Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Kids Inspire a Brighter San Antonio at The DoSeum’s Tricentennial Exhibit

The  Dream Tomorrow Today   exhibit, opening June 2 at  The DoSeum , invites kids to enter an exciting future where they’re the ones calling the shots. In this project developed with help from the San Antonio community, children fast forward to learn vital skills and engage in the coolest thought experiment for all ages—the future! Kids will explore their near reality in this high-tech, immersive exhibit and, of course, practice building a better future now. ... Read More
at Monday, June 4, 2018

Big News in Little Town!

Big News in Little Town! New Mayor Manages Minute Municipality Little Town, the first exhibit hall to greet visitors on their way into the DoSeum, is a townscape for children as young as 6 months to engage in imaginative play. The minute municipality includes the Little Town Veterinary Clinic, miniature Frost Bank, HEB market, Molly the Trolley, airport with plane, construction zone, and more. Fun props and interactive settings create a platform for small children to role play and... Read More
at Thursday, July 9, 2015

Exhibit Exclusive: Taking a Deeper Look at Innovation Station

Exhibit Exclusive: Taking a Deeper Look at Innovation Station Innovation Station is designed to teach children how to use design-process thinking. This means that children start with an idea, create a design, build a product from that design, test the design, and then try again—each time working to create the best version of their product. Each part of the exhibit offers children opportunities to tinker with different designs and machines, giving them space to think critically and... Read More
at Thursday, July 9, 2015

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