Perot Museum of Nature and Science

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2201 N Field St (at Woodall Rodgers Fwy.)
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 428-5555
Science Museum
Mon–Sat: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM Sun: Noon–5:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Great museum, but it needs to make one day (or evening) each week for adults only.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Live in a log: it's big, it's heavy, it's wood.
  • Take your kids... It's a really cool experience!
  • Make sure to fly like a bird on the 4th floor mezzanine!
  • 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!
  • 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)
  • Park across from the north end apartments for $1 parking. @Cedar Springs & Field
  • Most gorgeous building
  • 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!
  • Buy advance tickets with your teacher ID to get in free to exhibit
  • Even members must reserve tickets online in advance!!
  • Leaves you wondering how people belive in creationism
  • Always secure your tickets online beforehand. It'll help you get in faster and you can always apply those tickets purchased to a membership!
  • Don't forget to see the talking trash can.
  • Poorly designed dining area. Wear shorts is hot in there! I suggest to start at the top and work your down! Overall really fun but it has a few flaws.
  • 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!
  • 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!