Head to the Perot Museum to race a virtual T. rex, experience the power of earthquakes, take flight as a bird avatar, or construct model skyscrapers.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, located in Victory Park, opened in December 2012 and is now recognized as the symbolic gateway to the Dallas Arts District. It’s a top Dallas attraction for locals and tourists alike.
The 180,000-square-foot facility boasts 11 interactive exhibit halls complete with towering dinosaurs, giant gems and a children’s museum. Experience wild weather, robots, sports, the human body, or engineering.
Additional features will appeal to every age group: 3D films, a Wolfgang Puck Café, a traveling exhibition hall, and an outdoor leapfrog forest.