We invite all school groups and other visitors to utilize these free experiences. These are great for all who are up for taking a look at their environments in a fun and different way! You will notice things you may have passed by many times, appreciate the unexpected connections between art, architecture, math, science, engineering, and technology, and flex those problem solving muscles. Grownups, families, educators, student groups (K-12) are all welcome. If you go on any of these stops (and you are free to take in one or more stops in these walks), we’d love to see your selfies, comments, and questions. Use #walkSTEM.
Some of our experiences are available as self-guided audio tours via the Otocast mobile platform. You can download the free mobile Otocast ion your iOS and Android device. Otocast is your gateway to over 3,500 points of interest around the country. Our tours are suitable for a wide range of ages.
You are also very welcome to go on a virtual walkSTEM tour through our collection of short videos on walkSTEM Academy.
The largest contiguous arts district in the US. Click here to download free and engaging activity sheets for the walkSTEM@Dallas Arts District.
Containing an internationally acclaimed collection of 20th and 21st century art and visited by 25 million people a year. Click here to download free and engaging activity sheets for walkSTEM@NorthPark Center. Self-guided audio tours are also available via the Otocast app.
The largest collection of art deco buildings in the world and completed in 1936 for the Texas Centennial Exposition. Click here to download free and engaging activity sheets for walkSTEM@Fair Park.
Containing I.M.Pei designed City Hall Building, Henry Moore sculpture, and more. Click here to download free and engaging activity sheets for walkSTEM@Dallas City Hall Plaza (high school level). Self-guided audio tours are also available via the Otocast app (middle and high school level).
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
One of the most breathtaking botanical gardens in America. Ask for the walkSTEM@Dallas Arboretum self-guided tour at the information desk.
Trinity River Audubon Center
Home to the largest urban hardwood forest in the United States.
Creating excellence in education and service through the Dallas located school and community center.
Combining historic charm and modern elements with museums, restaurants, shops and entertainment.
Part of a Starbucks Initiative to support youth and economic development in diverse, underserved areas of the country.
92-acre living laboratory located in south Dallas providing opportunities in robotics, computer coding, botany, chemistry and more.
A pivotal space in southern Dallas highlighting the growing community.
A beautiful building dedicated to highlighting connections between aerospace and the arts.
A lively campus supporting humanities and sciences programs for its students.
Laboratory spaces for academic and medical research that celebrates the intersections between the sciences and arts.
Unique park the bridges west Dallas and downtown, provides trails for exploring, playgrounds for families and a tribute to the Trinity River Basin below.