Perot Museum of Nature and Science

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is one of Dallas’ most popular attractions. The museum is in the Victory Park neighborhood and is home to some of the most unique history and science exhibits in the Metroplex.

The Perot Museum was formed in 2006 and is named for H. Ross and Margot Perot. The venue features about 180,000 square feet of room with six floors for exhibits.

GREAT EXHIBIT HALLS

You can learn about science and natural history at one of the Perot Museum’s many permanent exhibit halls:

* SPORTS HALL: The Lamar Hunt Family Sports Hall features exhibits dedicated to understanding the aerodynamics of the human body and how it can be impacted by sports injuries. The Sports Run exhibit lets people see if they can run faster than a cheetah, a tyrannosaurus rex, or an NFL star.
* BEING HUMAN HALL: You’ll learn about many unique aspects of the human body at the Being Human Hall. The hall features a display of a brain and stem to illustrate how this critical part of the body works.
* DISCOVERING LIFE HALL: The Discovering Life Hall features exhibits on Texas’ many ecosystems.
* ENGINEERING AND INNOVATION HALL: This hall presents many exciting exhibits on how engineering works in this hall. You can learn how robots are built and see how buildings are designed to survive earthquakes.
* GEMS AND MINERALS HALL: You will learn about precious minerals and how they are harvested in this hall. The hall also features two gold nuggets of at least fifty pounds each.
* LIFE THEN AND NOW HALL: This hall features an 85-foot cast of an Alamosaurus and a 35-foot cast of a Malawisaurus.

ASSORTED EXHIBITIONS

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science also houses various touring exhibits each year. Some of the touring exhibits to have come to the Perot Museum in the past include ones on precious gems, dinosaurs, Mayan culture, and even one about the science of Sherlock Holmes stories.

CATCH FILMS AT THE MUSEUM

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is also home to a theater featuring various educational films. The Hoglund Foundation Theater presents many exciting films highlighting nature, including many productions from National Geographic.

The exciting exhibits of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science make it one of the most popular places to visit in Dallas. Check out this venue if you’re looking for something unique to enjoy and explore while in the Dallas area.

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