Perot Museum, a journey to the centre of the Earth

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Perot Museum, a journey to the centre of the Earth

Feeding a dinosaur, experiencing an earthquake or visiting an FBI lab—some great options await you at this very popular interactive museum!

Designed by Thom Mayne, 2005 winner of the Pritzker Prize for Architecture, this rough-hewn cube evokes the harshness of the Texas plains. The surprising exterior, located in the heart of the city centre, contains an unusual and enriching itinerary covering more than 16,000 m2 over five floors. Educational games, interactive kiosks, laboratories, as well as an auditorium surround you with new technologies—videos, tablets, 3D and more. From the human body to the planet Earth, from the forces of nature to fossils, every possible topic is covered in this museum devoted to nature and science. You will witness the explosion of the Big Bang, fly like a bird, make giant waves and discover the blood vessels that run throughout our bodies. If you are wondering about the origins of the universe, pause in the Expanding Universe Hall. Since 2013, the museum has continually been adding new digital edutainment activities in both English and Spanish. A museum of the future and a living lesson in engineering, technology and conservation for kids and adults! Plan at least two hours for your visit; free entry once a month.

Perot Museum
2201 N Field St
Dallas, TX 75201

Tel : +1 214 428 5555

www.perotmuseum.org