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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Science Museum
Victory Park, Dallas
  • Andrea S.
    "Great place for the children."(15 Tips)
    Carlos L.
    "Amazing museum with lots of interactive exhibits!"(6 Tips)
    Lisa Pilato R.
    "The dinosaur exhibit was great and the brain games were fun to to."(10 Tips)
    Juanita B.
    "Free admission for teachers!"(3 Tips)
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  • Montanna S.
    Montanna SmithSeptember 2, 2014
    Looking to read, learn, and interact with everything available? -- 1) Purchase your ticket online. 2) Plan to be there from open to close. 3) Arrive early to locate parking! WORTH EVERY MINUTE.
    Upvoted 4 weeks ago
  • Super D.
    Super DadMarch 11, 2017
    Been here 5+ times
    Get a family pass; you'll love it! My kids & I have visited dozens of times over the last few months. They have a great children's play area on LL. Race dinos, slow motion sports, & play with robots!
    Upvoted Aug 31
  • Erik R.
    Erik RowleyJune 17, 2015
    A must visit in Dallas, beautiful, creative architecture that reflects the land. Explore 4 floors of Interactive exhibits that intrigue the mind and inspire to learn and discover our world & universe.
  • Emma Q.
    Emma QueryJune 29, 2015
    I absolutely love this museum. The exhibits are stunning and interactive, with lots of relevant modern day applications. The dinosaur exhibit is my favorite, with the minerals a close second.
  • Nykia
    NykiaSeptember 3, 2013
    Great interactive, fun for the entire family. Plenty of hands on exhibits. The staff is very knowledgeable. They roam each exhibit/floor and offer interesting facts. A must see if you are in Dallas
  • pOps &.
    pOps 'December 26, 2015
    Amazing museum! Totally recommend it for anyone in town. Worth the visit for kids, adults and elders :) one can spend the whole day in here... Definitely coming back
  • Paige N.
    Paige NashJanuary 12, 2013
    Really fun but I'd definitely go during the week so you can actually enjoy the exhibits instead of tripping over strollers and some of the touchscreen things were broken (probably from the kids)
  • Rachael H.
    Rachael HilstMay 27, 2013
    If you buy a membership there are 'member only' times to get in before the general public. It's a great way to enjoy the exhibits without the crowds!! It is well worth the cost (which is reasonable)
  • Steven H.
    Steven HaalAugust 9, 2014
    Be sure to buy tickets online, and for an early time, as they let in groups by time. You can show up later, and walk right in, but if your ticket I'd for a later time, you have to wait in line!
  • Khristina Q.
    Khristina QuimodMarch 21, 2015
    This was such a fun museum to go to! Be sure to come early so you can have enough time to go to each exhibit. The cafe food was surprisingly good and be sure to go to the sports exhibit.
  • PrimeTime
    PrimeTimeMarch 11, 2017
    They have a fantastic kids area & many fantastic exhibits!! We became members because we love going there so often. Highly recommend checking it out!!
  • Michael C.
    Michael CJune 1
    Easily one of the nicest, modern Natural History museums we've ever been to. Great gem and mineral collection, very informative energy learning area. Covers life sciences, ancient & modern. 🌎🏞️🔥❄️
  • Robyn H.
    Robyn HarmanSeptember 9
    Both adults and kids love this place! Get your tickets online ahead of time, where you can select your entry time. Great little downtown activity, where you can walk to a lunch spot after exploring.
  • Fernando C.
    Fernando CovasJune 1, 2016
    Water "park" at entrance is cool. Bring a swimsuit, clothes change, and towel for your kids. Moody Childrens Museum is great for kids <5. Get tix ahead of time and get there early to avoid long line.
  • Bala K.
    Bala KrishnanSeptember 14, 2015
    this is the best I had ever been- and the variety it serves from Dinosaurs, Birds, Minerals, Engines, SCi-fi stuff, Discovering life- its hard to come out from one domain to other when you move on.
  • Tulsi S.
    Tulsi SvAugust 18, 2014
    Multiple visits definitely required.. I had only some energy left by the time I reached the 2nd floor (from top down). Love what they've done in every section.
  • Lisa Pilato R.
    Lisa Pilato ReaganMarch 21, 2017
    The dinosaur exhibit was great and the brain games were fun to to. Spent a full day so much to do. Kids enjoyed making a building sturdy enough for a 9.0 earthquake.
  • William T.
    William TrowbridgeDecember 2, 2013
    Animals Inside Out Exhibit was FANTASTIC. Building was fantastic. Other than that this museum is mostly for children from 4 to 12ish. More of a science place instead of a museum.
  • Dustin H.
    Dustin HaleySeptember 14, 2014
    One of the best museums I've been to. Very modern and interactive. First weekend of the month is free for Bank of America customers!
  • Yanira R.
    Yanira RiosSeptember 28, 2015
    A must see in Dallas. Children will really enjoy this interactive and educational museum. The sports hall is really fun.
  • Emily
    EmilyJanuary 15, 2013
    Went on a weekday and it was mobbed with hundreds of kids (mostly younger) on field trips; most of the groups left around 2pm. Many of the interactive exhibits were broken. Still a cool place!
  • Joshua S.
    Joshua StillMarch 18, 2017
    Lamar Hunt section was fun. Son loved racing athletes. Dinosaur exhibit is awesome. T-Rex and Apatosaurus fossils among the best.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonJanuary 9, 2013
    The newly veiled Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Downtown Dallas is a high-energy, hands-on science museum with 5 floors of exhibits, 3D computer animation and life-like simulation.
  • Brad
    BradJanuary 13, 2013
    Get a membership! You'll be coming back more than once. Pay for parking inside. It's halo price for members. Book the "Members Only" entry time and beat the crowds!
  • Freddie M.
    Freddie MedranoJuly 28, 2015
    The architecture is absolutely stunning and the exhibits and very insightful. Great educational experience.
  • DailyCandy
    DailyCandyFebruary 25, 2014
    If you’re even remotely curious about the natural world, set aside a good five hours to wander through this interactive science museum that’s geared toward kids.
  • Matt M.
    Matt MasseyJune 8, 2015
    This is a really cool place. However, you may have to punt a few kids out of the way to get through the place.
  • Greg H.
    Greg H.February 18, 2013
    Overall a great museum. Place is huge so be ready to walk. Bring your lunch or walk to El Fenix. Cafe is small, crowded and overpriced. Food is amusement park quality. Wear shorts it is hot here!
  • Dolly
    DollyDecember 27, 2015
    So much fun! Not only for the kids but adults as well. If you are. Bank of America card holder you can receive free admission the first weekend of every month. Check the website.
  • Megan L.
    Megan LowranceDecember 8, 2012
    This place is amazing. Take your time. See everything and catch a movie as well. The cafe is a little pricey, but tasty. Love this museum!
  •  ℋumorous
     ℋumorousDecember 6, 2012
    Anyone with the ability to rationally comprehend the information provided, could never leave this museum believing in Creationism. Intellectual honesty & examination of facts leads to the real truth!☺
  • Carlos L.
    Carlos LopezSeptember 30, 2015
    Amazing museum with lots of interactive exhibits! Try "racing a t-rex" on the lower floor! Great for kids and adults
  • Kurt T.
    Kurt TholkingJanuary 6, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Members-only early hours on Saturdays and Sundays. Museum also has specials hours on holiday weekends. For current schedule visit http://www.perotmuseum.org/visit-the-museum/hours-admission.html
  • B P.
    B PApril 3, 2015
    Been here 25+ times
    Lots of perks for members and a variety of topics explored with fascinating exhibits; 1st Thursday every month are late night.
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverOctober 16, 2013
    The real treat here is the astronaut ice cream: you can eat the same ice cream 344,000 meters below as the men cruising in space.
  • Kristine H.
    Kristine HallingstadMarch 24, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Worth a membership for multiple visits. Great interactive exhibits for all ages.
  • Sandra M.
    Sandra MuscléMarch 3, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Bring your patience. Leave the stroller if you can & take the stairs. The Museum is just beautiful! Great Job!!!
  • Jim T.
    Jim TraisterSeptember 21, 2014
    Make sure you head up to the 4th floor and you/your kids to use the interactive bird simulation (free).
  • The Daytripper
    The DaytripperJanuary 30, 2017
    If you’ve ever been curious about anything…at all…then head to the Perot Museum. Here you’ll find all kinds of exhibits on dinosaurs, cadavers, robotics, sports and much more.
  • Tabitha M.
    Tabitha MagersJanuary 6, 2016
    Great interactive areas like the sports area. My young kids love the kids play/learn area, especially the kids market.
  • Katie E.
    Katie EatonJuly 14, 2017
    Been here 5+ times
    Lots to do with my oldest child (6 years old) and teachers get in free with current ID!
  • Jamie E.
    Jamie ElliottDecember 30, 2012
    Totally awesome! Could spend a week here. Order tickets in advance. Robot room is crazy for kids 10 + up to adults!
  • Amanda K.
    Amanda KaufmanDecember 27, 2012
    BUY YOUR TICKETS AND PARKING IN ADVANCE ONLINE! They monitor how many people are allowed to enter at one time, so don't show up unannounced... You'll likely be turned away.
  • Andrew N.
    Andrew NilgesApril 7, 2016
    You don't have to be a kid to enjoy this museum. Super enjoyable and interesting for adults too.
  • Sevi W.
    Sevi WareFebruary 24, 2014
    Been here 50+ times
    Always secure your tickets online beforehand. It'll help you get in faster and you can always apply those tickets purchased to a membership!
  • Eddy B.
    Eddy BadrinaJanuary 2, 2013
    If you've got kids, just save yourself the money and buy a membership. An interested 8 yr old can only take in one floor at a time before intellectual overload. Multiple visits required.
  • Rachel B.
    Rachel BergerFebruary 23, 2016
    easily the coolest museum I've been to. if you're crunched for time, check out the second floor first!!
  • Andre B.
    Pricey, but fun. My kids loved the build-a-bird game and the dinosaurs.
  • Becky H.
    Very kid centric. We had a city pass but still had to wait 30 minutes online which was a little ridiculous. It’s a very informational place with lots to do. It’s very “pro” oil/ natural gas.
  • Heidi S.
    Heidi SnelgroveJuly 5, 2013
    This is an amazing way to spend a day. Just remember to book ahead by getting tickets online.
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