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.
DoSeum to unveil new summer exhibit celebrating Tricentennial: 'Dream Tomorrow Today' exhibit offers kids a look into future. In partnership with the Tricentennial celebration, the DoSeum is celebrating the city's history by looking ahead to the next 300 years with a new summer exhibit.
"Dream Tomorrow Today" is a time machine that allows DoSeum visitors to step out into the future they imagine.
For tricentennial, DoSeum interprets the next 300 years of San Antonio: While San Antonio celebrates the past, the DoSeum is looking forward into the future with their latest exhibit: Dream Tomorrow Today. A time machine tunnel, 3-D printers, and an augmented reality app are all part of the DoSeum’s newest exhibit. Children get a chance to imagine their future by playing and discovering.
DoSeum’s Dream Tomorrow Today Encourages Creative Problem-Solving: As San Antonio reflects on its storied 300-year history, The DoSeum looks toward the future through the eyes of the city’s children. Dream Tomorrow Today, a multisensory, interactive exhibition, opens Saturday, June 2, with hands-on educational activities specifically designed for kids to imagine possible futures for their community.
5 Reasons Dream Tomorrow Today at The DoSeum will be the Highlight of Your Child’s Summer: In celebration of San Antonio’s first 300 years and in partnership with the San Antonio Tricentennial Celebration, The DoSeum is dedicating its summer exhibit, Dream Tomorrow Today, to the future and the kids who will someday shape it.
12 fun things to do in San Antonio this weekend that aren't Fiesta: The DoSeum is once again throwing open its doors to grown-ups -- and only grownups -- for its biannual ReDO: Pinata Party. The evening will include treats by such eateries as Art of the Donut, Caferos and La Panaderia, as well as specialty cocktails.
DoSeum Celebrates Fiesta by Entertaining Your Inner Child: Preparations are in full swing as the DoSeum celebrates Fiesta by hosting ReDO: Piñata Party its spring iteration of its biannual 21+ celebration. At the event, to be held on the evening of Firday, April 20, guests entretain their inner child with a smashing good time!
The DoSeum Throws Smashing Piñata Party Just for Grownups! On Friday, April 20th from 7:00pm-9:30pm, adults are invited to The DoSeum to relive their childhood at the latest ReDO: Adult Night. ReDO: Piñata Party is to feature bites, sips, DJs and musicians, a market, and access to all The DoSeum’s exhibits. This year ReDO is back bigger than ever and ready to entertain your inner child with a Piñata Party. It’s going to be a smashing good time!
DoSeum’s artists-in-residence hope to inspire young visitors: The DoSeum’s second round of artists in residence will devote themselves to installations looking toward the future. Calder Kamin and Gregorio Mannino are creating large-scale components that will bookend “Dream Tomorrow Today,” a Tricentennial exhibit opening this summer.
Let your kids learn their own superhero tricks in this visiting exhibition at The DoSeum. Activities encourage kids to test their strength, coordination and balance all while learning about healthy habits.
Cool Places to Work: At these local companies, creativity-inspiring offices and workplace perks inject fun into the daily grind. Though it has a decidedly different atmosphere, The DoSeum’s colorful exhibits carry into its upstairs office that has cubicles but also fun décor. Staff take breaks on the attached terrace that overlooks the east yard or with a macaron from the on-site Bakery Lorraine café.
Spring Break Itinerary: Four Family-Friendly Days in San Antonio: In the first of our series counting down to March, we explore where to stay, eat, shop, and play in this historic city.
The DoSeum Gets Its Own Science Guy as New CEO: After an extensive national search, The DoSeum’s board of trustees on Tuesday announced it has appointed science educator and nonprofit management expert Daniel Menelly as the children’s museum’s new chief executive officer.
The DoSeum helps tiny tots join the maker movement: To Clint Taylor, the shredded Styrofoam coating a blue mat in the DoSeum workshop after each Little Maker workshop illustrates precisely what the maker movement is all about.
The DoSeum turns into ‘HallowSeum’ with magic-themed activities: 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!
Outside the Lunchbox: What Overprotected and Neglected Kids Have in Common: 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.
Bakery Lorraine to Partner with The DoSeum for New Cafe Menu: Two crown jewels of San Antonio are joining forces at long last. Starting the first week of August, Bakery Lorraine will be teaming with The DoSeum to bring new menu items to The DoSeum Cafe.
Mathletics exhibit brings immersive, full-body experience to DoSeum: 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.
DoSeum Launches Artist-in-Residence Program: The DoSeum is joining fellow children’s museums in major cities like Boston, Denver, and Pittsburg in launching its artist-in-residence program.
DoSeum’s first year an unmitigated success: 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.
Perfect Day: Kids (Or Kids at Heart): 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.
16 Beautiful Photos of San Antonio Architecture: 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.
Best Children’s Store: 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.
Best Place to Feel Like a Kid Again: ReDo Recess at The DoSeum: San Antonio Magazine examines the Best Places in the City of San Antonio.
Naturalization ceremony part of DreamWeek: Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff (left) hands five-and-a-half-year-old Aliya Omar her Certificate of Citizenship as the DoSeum hosts a ceremony in cooperation with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016. 52 children from 24 countries qualified for a Certificate of Citizenship as flags were waved and as guests watched a video message from President Barack Obama.
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.
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 ($14).
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.
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.
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.