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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

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    Super D.
    "They have a great children's play area on LL."(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."(11 Tips)
    Dustin H.
    "First weekend of the month is free for Bank of America customers!"(4 Tips)
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  • B P.heart icon on user image
    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.
  • Kristine H.heart icon on user image
    Kristine HallingstadMarch 24, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Worth a membership for multiple visits. Great interactive exhibits for all ages.
  • Doug G.heart icon on user image
    Doug GibbsFebruary 27, 2016
    Amazing place. Great exhibits, many interactive. It's a must do if you have kids.
  • Andra Z.heart icon on user image
    Andra ZapartanJuly 26, 2016
    This museum is packed with cool stuff, like this fossil from about 120 million years ago. How cool is that?! Also, they have great collections at the Eye of the Collector exhibition. Don't miss it!
  • 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!
  • Liz C.heart icon on user image
    Liz CurrierAugust 3, 2015
    Earth Science majors need to go... If you aren't a science geek, you'll still be amazed and love this place!!!
  • Philip B.
    Philip BerneDecember 16, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    If your kids can't read yet, move quickly through the top 2-3 floors so you can spend more time with the hands-on stuff.
  • Rachel B.heart icon on user image
    Rachel BergerFebruary 23, 2016
    easily the coolest museum I've been to. if you're crunched for time, check out the second floor first!!
  • 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.
  • Chris F.heart icon on user image
    Chris FDecember 20, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Great interactive exhibits for all ages
  • Charlie P.heart icon on user image
    Charlie ParhamJanuary 10, 2015
    Kid six or under? Your first stop must be the children's area downstairs. Sometimes this is the only place we go!
  • Patricia V.
    Patricia ValleApril 19, 2014
    This place is awesome! Definitely watch an IMAX movie and get there early to avoid crowds
  • 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.
  • Brock L.heart icon on user image
    Brock LynnMarch 7
    Perot Museum of Nature and Science at 13 minutes drive to the north of Dallas dentist Lynn Dental Care Read more
  • Luke
    LukeAugust 21, 2017
    Super kid friendly, with a technology focus that's pretty unique. Also dinosaurs
  • Andrea S.heart icon on user image
    Andrea SitlerDecember 4, 2013
    Great place for the children. Take time to enjoy the outdoor park area as well as the museum.
  • 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!
  • Edward A.
    Edward AndersonAugust 29, 2014
    Get here early if you can. There's a bunch of stuff to see and do, plus it fills up quick.
  • John B.heart icon on user image
    John BJanuary 24, 2015
    Social Science is a great time! The tour through the universe exhibit is really cool.
  • Molly Karol S.
    Molly Karol SprattJanuary 1, 2013
    Museum was very cool, but very crowded. LOTS OF CHILDREN, not really a museum for adults without kids. Lines were long, and it was difficult to read with people bumping and standing around.
  • Erica S.heart icon on user image
    Erica StephensJuly 10, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Such a fabulous place to visit. Teachers get in free but you must show your ID.
  • Amanda K.heart icon on user image
    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.
  • Aimee V.
    Aimee VolberdingJune 18, 2013
    Take the escalator all the way up to the top and work your way down. Awesome views!
  • Patrickheart icon on user image
    PatrickDecember 26, 2015
    Great normal and special exhibits. Leave a lot of time as there is tons to do.
  • Donna C.heart icon on user image
    Donna CarringtonMay 30, 2017
    Simply amazing. It's a great place for kids to learn and broaden their minds.
  • Micah B.heart icon on user image
    Micah BoswellDecember 29, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Check out the small wind and solar sections behind the huge fracking drill area! Great stuff for our future renewables kids.
  • Mike D.
    Mike DunlapDecember 15, 2012
    Great museum, but it needs to make one day (or evening) each week for adults only.
  • gracie s.heart icon on user image
    gracie sanfordMarch 28, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Love this place. Check out their special exhibits often!
  • Henni P.heart icon on user image
    Henni PurwantiDecember 1, 2015
    I love to go to this place, we can learn a lot of knowledge and history
  • Nikole W.heart icon on user image
    Nikole WittAugust 16, 2014
    Everything! JESSI loves the mechanical area.
  • Adam T.heart icon on user image
    Adam TerryFebruary 28, 2015
    Collection of rare gems and stone, amazing building, interactive exhibits
  • Nathan G.
    Nathan GathrightJanuary 11, 2013
    Park across from the north end apartments for $1 parking. @Cedar Springs & Field
  • Jim T.
    Jim TraisterSeptember 21, 2014
    4th floor & then walk up to try the flying bird simulator.
  • Arianna R.heart icon on user image
    Arianna RojoJuly 15, 2014
    Been here twice, but got to do more this time around though 3 hours was not enough time! 3D movie and extra exhibit not worth it just go to the regular exhibits.
  • Lisa G.
    Lisa GomezJuly 1, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Early member hours are worth the cost of membership especially if you have kids and would like to avoid crowds and long lines.
  • Deanna K.
    Deanna KJanuary 4, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Don't plan to see everything in one day with young children. Get a membership and come back another day!
  • Natalie B.heart icon on user image
    Natalie BurnsOctober 10, 2015
    It's a fun place to kill some time. However, it can get really crowded in some sections of the museum.
  • DeAndre T.heart icon on user image
    DeAndre Thomas-WilliamsDecember 20, 2014
    Good family outing or date for your bf/gf...
  • Lewis B.heart icon on user image
    Lewis BeasimerJune 2, 2013
    Bank of America account holders get in free the first weekend of the month through the "Museum On Us" program.
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    KCDecember 27, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Perhaps it was due to extended hours, there were a number of malfunctioning and broken interactions. As an adult, you will comprehend minds and ways of how destructive children can be at this place.
  • Carla F.
    Carla FlorsheimSeptember 27, 2014
    Love this place! The Gem & Mineral Hall is excellent!
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew McGarityMay 25, 2013
    Live in a log: it's big, it's heavy, it's wood.
  • Brian J.heart icon on user image
    Brian JonesOctober 23, 2016
    Interactive displays. The programmable robots are a great idea.
  • Beckie R.
    Beckie RutledgeJuly 12, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Everyone starts from top and works way down, so do the opposite to avoid crowds.
  • Ladybug404
    Ladybug404July 6, 2013
    Reserve your tickets online and get to the museum by 10:00am on the weekends.
  • Mellissa
    MellissaMarch 18, 2013
    Reserve your tickets online to avoid the hassle.
  • Justin P.
    Justin PowellApril 26, 2014
    Make sure to visit the children's play area on the lower level.
  • Timothy M.
    Timothy MöhleJanuary 16, 2016
    Save yourself aggregation and buy tickets in advance online. The lines are consistently ridiculous.
  • Karen L.
    Karen Lao 🔱August 19, 2014
    Take your time! There's so much to see!
  • Court M.
    Court MontgomeryAugust 23, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    If you want a good workout while you visit, take the stairs!
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