Fort Worth: The Museum

I have GOT to finish posting these pictures from July. I uploaded all the pictures when I was still in Fort Worth, just forgot to caption and post them!
My mom and I took Jake to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. I went to that museum on a field trip every year growing up. They recently completely tore it down and rebuilt it, so obviously nothing is the same. Here's the fun stuff...

Biggest Lite Brite EVER!

The pegs were huge!

There was an air tunnel that you could put paper cups in and watch them twirl.

I think these bubble tubes were salvaged from the old museum.

Jake really liked them.

The little kids area had a medical area.
Jake's fave was the ambulance.
He was pressing the siren button.

Cool formerly living Galapagos turtle.

He was looking at the lights on top of the ambulance.

The entryway to the little kids area.

They had a huge train section.

Then we went to the dinosaur display.
He was telling us how big the dinosaur was. Really.

The big dinosaur.

The section about gas drilling, along with the HUGE drilling truck.

Pretending to work for the drilling company.

Every good construction worker needs his sippy cup.

Giving a Gig 'em in front of the longhorn.

Riding the pretend horse down the cattle trail.

That's the old basketball arena at A&M.

Jake was not thrilled by the admission bracelet that he had to wear. He kept trying to chew it off the whole time.

Outside the museum were some fun fountains, but we didn't have towels or anything, so we just touched them instead of running through them.

It was super fun!