Program the future
Engineering and Innovation Hall
Brain Juice Focus
Hall Closed Through November 12
The Texas Instruments Engineering and Innovation Hall will be closed to the public September 6-November 12 for renovations. To keep true to our vision of keeping Museum content fresh and evolving, we are creating new and enhanced interactive and engineering-focused experiences to be engaging and enjoyable for all. Keeping our approach fresh, you will have something new to see and do every time you visit!
Make your dreams come to life
Become an engineer as you uncover how math and science are used to solve everyday problems. Along the way, you’ll gain an understanding of how these two disciplines are the connection between bridges and robots. Engineers specialize in many different areas, from architectural and mechanical to electrical and software engineering. Come and build a better building, program movements in our 3D animation lab — even design and build a robot to race through a maze, pick up objects, or go head to head with other robots!
Energy Hall Scavenger Hunt
- Try your hand at designing and controlling a robot in our popular robot arena
- Participate in science trivia and other drop-in activities at our ever-changing Activity Station
What to do next
Visit the completely transformed Being Human Hall next door. With twice as many interactive displays, and innovative content and experiments, you'll be transported through the human journey as you explore the traits and abilities that are essential and unique to being human.