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About Mesmerica

Mesmerica is a visual music journey that brings the mesmerizing music of Grammy-nominated composer and percussionist James Hood together with visually-hypnotic, 3D animated art curated from artists around the world, creating an immersive experience designed to transcend time, relax, soothe, and stimulate your mind and senses...

“I want 'Mesmerica' to inspire you into taking a journey with me inside the mind, to engage your senses and feelings with a miraculous alchemy of sound and light!”

- James Hood, Show Creator

Frequently Asked Questions

This family-friendly, mind-expanding projection experience is designed to relieve stress, and is suitable for all ages 6 years and above.

Come and leave your troubles at the door as we take you on a fantastic journey into awe-inspiring imaginary landscapes.

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Show Times & Seating Schedule

Please arrive promptly, seats are first-come-first-served!
Latecomers will not be admitted.
Mesmerica's run time is approximately 45-60 minutes

VIP & Wheelchair guests check-in 45 minutes before showtime
All other tickets check-in 30 minutes before showtime

Additional Venue Information

Concessions are not available during the event.
Food, drink, and chewing gum are not allowed in the Noble Planetarium.

Venue Information

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History was established in 1941 by educators. It was one of the first children’s museums in the country to be accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is located in the city's Cultural District. The current building, finished in 2009 by Legorreta + Legorreta, houses attractions such as hands-on learning studios, a children’s museum, the Noble Planetarium, and the Star's Café, in addition to both traveling and permanent science and history exhibits. The Museum offers Pre-K - 12 and multi-generational experiential learning that embraces history, science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM).

The Noble Planetarium
The Noble Planetarium is named for Charlie Mary Noble, an educator, astronomer, and scientist. The 80-seat planetarium shows a combination of live and recorded shows, taking guests on a wide-ranging exploration of space, flight, and the “Texas Sky Tonight.”


Fort Worth Museum of Science and History 1600 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107


- Parking for Mesmerica 360 is available at any of the Cultural District parking lots surrounding the Museum.

- All parking lots in the Cultural District are owned by the City of Fort Worth and managed by Trail Drive Management Corp. The Museum is not responsible for parking costs associated with these lots. On busy days, some lots may fill early.

- Payment for parking using a credit card is encouraged.

- Please use the main entrance on Gendy Street for entry. The Omni entrance is closed. Guests parking in the Lansford Parking Garage will need to walk to the main entrance on Gendy Street.

The Museum is accessible via Trinity Metro. From downtown, ride Route 2 or the DASH. Both routes are accessible from DFW Airport using TEXRail or Dallas using the TRE (no Sunday service).


General Museum Admission includes access to all permanent exhibits, daytime Noble Planetarium shows and the Cattle Raisers Museum.

Senior (age 65+): $14
Adult (age 12 – 64): $16
Junior (age 3 – 11): $12
Child (age 0 - 2): Free

The Museum is open:
Tuesday - Saturday | 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday | Noon - 5 PM
Monday | CLOSED

Wheelchair spaces are available to anyone with this requirement. Please purchase a Wheelchair ticket whilst buying your tickets.

To learn more about the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, visit us at

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About James Hood

the artist behind Mesmerica...

James Hood is renowned as a vital and versatile musical pioneer - especially with his work on the PanART hang, a uniquely mesmeric melodic instrument, and for his collaborations with international animation artists.

His lengthy and varied musical resumé includes playing drums in The Pretenders, an ongoing two-decades-plus run as mastermind of the visionary ambient/electronica act Moodswings, and an expansive array of production and soundtrack projects.

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James Hood and his other projects by visiting