2019 Summer Activity Guide

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As an affiliate of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, I love getting to share the benefits that Coldwell Banker offers to their agents. Starting last summer, they began putting together a spring and summer activity guide for us to share with our clients, so they always have something fun to look forward to. Here are a few ways to keep busy this summer. 

Cook Center Planetarium: Located at Navarro College, Cook Center Planetarium is a large 60-foot diameter dome screen that seats 200. It specializes in showing informative astronomy and science themed programs.  

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History: Dedicated to lifelong learning and anchored by their rich collections, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History engages Fort Worth’s diverse community through creative, vibrant programs and exhibits.

Concerts in the Garden: Enjoy the sounds of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra under the stars at the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens. Tickets to the event start at $25 and shows this year will feature music from Harry Potter, U2, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and more.

Fort Worth Zoo or Dallas Zoo: There is nothing better than spending a day at the zoo with the family. Be sure to check out the zoo camp available throughout the summer. 

Hawaiian Falls Waterpark: Spend the day cooling off with the family at one of the five North Texas water parks. 

Heard Museum: The 289-acre wildlife sanctuary and natural science museum is a great place to take the children to educate them about nature. 

Six Flags Over Texas: You can never go wrong spending the day with thrills and frills that come with the excitement of an amusement park! 

Rockin' the River: Hang out on the river and watch concerts on the only waterfront state in Texas at Panther Island Pavilion.  

But don't feel like you need to drive all the way into the metroplex to have a great summer. You can always check out the Possum Kingdom Chamber of Commerce calendar of events to find exciting things happening close to home.