Host an inspiring event
Prepare to explore the most distinctive event venue in Dallas-Fort Worth
The Perot Museum is a one-of-a-kind location available as the perfect setting for your wedding, reception, meeting or social gathering. Conveniently located and easily accessible, the Museum is in Victory Park, adjacent to the West End Historic District, near some of Dallas' best hotels.
An event at the Museum guarantees an exceptional experience. Our building features 11 permanent exhibition halls, a state-of-the-art gallery designed to host world-class traveling exhibitions, and an elegant 297-seat theater with one of the most sophisticated digital projection and sound systems available.
Plan your next unforgettable event at the Perot Museum. From the moment guests step onto the grounds, each of the five levels within this modern marvel is sure to inspire. Our experienced event-planning staff will assist you in creating an innovative and impeccable event that's tailored to your needs from start to finish.
It has been two weeks since our event and I am still receiving thank you calls and emails from guests. Our event at the Perot Museum left a lasting impression on everyone. I don't know how we are going to top this special evening!
We are so glad we chose the Perot Museum for our event! We had the best attendance & received rave reviews from our clients for this year's choice of the Perot Museum. It was fun & interesting. The entire staff couldn't have been more helpful. What a great evening it was!
The Perot Museum has taken great care to provide the perfect experience for an event whether it be for a corporate event, or a personal celebration.
There was no place in Dallas better than the Perot Museum to celebrate Greenberg Traurig’s 10th Anniversary in Dallas. We had an opportunity to provide exclusive access to the entire museum to our clients and staff for this occasion. The food was terrific and the staff at the Perot has worked with me for over 6 months to make sure that this event was perfect. It is important to note that although they do private events every weekend, I was treated like my event was the ONLY one going on. It was obvious, however, on the night of our celebration that these are trained professionals that know how to take care of every detail of an event. The value of the day of support from Wolfgang Puck Catering and the museum staff far exceeded the price we paid!
Here are some ideas to get you started
The Lower Level
Network with 250 guests and test your running skills against a T. rex in the Lamar Hunt Family Sports Hall.
On this level: Jan and Trevor Rees-Jones Exhibition Hall, Sports Hall, Moody Family Children’s Museum, classrooms, piano staircase
Enjoy a seated dinner for up to 320 guests, or stand and sip cocktails with up to 500 guests in the expansive glass-enclosed lobby featuring a Malawisaurus dinosaur. The observation deck features the Living Roof and a stunning view of the Dallas skyline.
On this level: Outdoor plaza, main entrance, glass-encased Main Lobby, The Hoglund Foundation Theater, a National Geographic Experience, outdoor observation deck, and entrance to the spectacular glass escalator.
Strike up conversations with up to 300 guests while discovering where life began, how our bodies work and what makes us function, among vast interactive displays.
On this Level: Discovering Life Hall, Being Human Hall and Texas Instruments Engineering and Innovation Hall
Host a seated dinner for up to 120 guests in the dimly lit Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall, featuring over 200 gorgeous mineral specimens from around the world.
On this Level: The Rees-Jones Foundation Dynamic Earth Hall, Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall and Tom Hunt Energy Hall
Dine with the dinosaurs or dance among prehistoric exhibits in the T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall, offering space for up to 150 seated dinner guests or up to 300 for a standing-style reception.
On this Level: Expanding Universe Hall, Life Then and Now Hall and Rose Hall of Birds
Lower Level and Levels 1-4. Captivate up to 1,500 guests and roam freely throughout the Museum...toasting, dining and dancing the night away. Imagine a progressive dinner throughout the various exhibit halls or libations and tasty bites under the stars.
Onsite Catering: Wolfgang Puck
Your event experience will engage all the senses with delicious catering options for diverse tastes.
The Museum has chosen internationally renowned Wolfgang Puck Catering as our onsite catering partner, allowing you to choose from a variety of menu choices and price ranges. Their team of experts will also provide professional services during your event.
Wolfgang Puck Catering is dedicated to sharing our passion for culinary innovation, uncompromising quality and genuine hospitality, providing a personalized restaurant-quality experience in a special event setting. Wolfgang’s expert team caters intimate weddings, convention galas, family occasions, and noteworthy events such as the Academy Awards® Governors Ball. In keeping with Wolfgang’s culinary passion, Wolfgang’s Eat, Love, Live ™ (WELL™) philosophy is a commitment to provide fresh, natural and organic ingredients and celebrate local farmers, sustainable seafood and humane farming practices.
Dana Blaugrund, CPCE, CWC
Approved Caterer: Beyond the Box
Beyond the Box offers an extensive catering menu with pricing options to fit each and every budget. With hundreds of different menu items to choose from, Beyond the Box can accommodate everything from simple buffets to cocktail receptions and seated meals. Whether you are looking for a menu for a reception, social gathering, wedding or corporate event, we have your catering solution. In addition to food and beverage services, Beyond the Box will take care of your every special event need.
Contact and more information
Special event reservations for social gatherings, weddings and corporate events at the Perot Museum are now available. For information call 214.756.5758 or email email@example.com — or submit the form on this page and a Museum representative will contact you.
The rental fee includes the exclusive use of the reserved area, basic housekeeping, and the use of tables and chairs. Additional costs include security, discounted parking and catering.