Navigate with ease
The staff and volunteers of the Perot Museum are committed to providing the highest quality visit for each and every guest to the extent that we are able to do so. Given the size and scope of our building, please know you may have to do a good deal of standing and walking on a visit to the Museum. While the information here provides a general overview of accessibility features, we encourage you to contact 214.428.5555 well in advance of your visit with any questions or specific needs.
Entrances and Exhibits
All public entrances and all levels of the Perot Museum are accessible by either elevator or walkways to accommodate both manual and motorized wheelchairs, as well as electric mobility scooters and visitors who prefer to avoid stairs.
Specially marked parking spaces are available in the lot underneath Woodall Rodgers (via Broom Street) for vehicles displaying disabled placards or plates.
Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters
Wheelchair rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis from the concierge desk on Level 1. We do not accept reservations for wheelchairs. Rentals are free but require a current driver’s license or other form of identification to leave at the concierge desk. Please note that on busy days (holidays, special events and summer weekends) wheelchairs rent out quickly and may not be available; it may be wise to make other arrangements. You are welcome to bring your own manual wheelchair, motorized wheelchair or electric mobility scooter.
Children’s Strollers and Wagons
Children’s strollers and wagons are not available for rent.
Personal wagons and strollers are welcomed in the exhibit halls, but are not allowed in The Hoglund Foundation Theater. Please note that on busy days, wagons and strollers may not be allowed inside the Moody Family Children’s Museum in order to comfortably accommodate more guests. A designated stroller parking area is located at the entrance of the children's area for your convenience.
Certified service animals are welcome in all our venues.
All Museum restrooms have fully accessible stalls.
All dining areas at the Perot Museum are wheelchair accessible.
Bench seating is available in most Perot Museum galleries and demonstrations.
Theater Seating and Sound
The Hoglund Foundation Theater is fully accessible to all guests with disabilities. Should you require assistance with any special needs, we encourage you to contact our theater manager as far in advance as possible so that we can make the proper arrangements at 214.756.5791, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.
- For patrons in a wheelchair or with limited mobility: The Theater is equipped with seating for handicapped patrons and areas for wheelchair seating.
- For patrons who are deaf or hearing impaired: The Theater is equipped with assisted-listening systems. The house manager on duty will provide you with a headset in exchange for a driver's license or other form of identification, which will be returned to you at the end of the performance. Captioning equipment is limited.