Perot Museum of Nature and Science at Fair Park
Our longtime headquarters in Fair Park is now the Fair Park campus of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.
The Perot Museum at Fair Park is on the State Fair of Texas fair grounds. Please take note of Museum accessibility during the Chinese Lantern Festival, which surrounds our Fair Park Museum through January 5, 2014.
- The Chinese Lantern Festival is an exhibit that surrounds and encloses the Fair Park campus
- As a result all visitors must pay Chinese Lantern Festival fee to access the Museum
- The former Dallas Museum of Natural History building is open Friday-Sunday, noon-5pm
- After paying Chinese Lantern Festival admission, admission to the Perot Museum Fair park campus is $1 for non-members and free for members
Here’s what you need to know about the Fair Park campus:
- The Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Fair Park (former Dallas Museum of Natural History) features exhibits such as Mineral Majesty, Light Play and our historical dioramas
- Admission to the Perot Museum in Fair Park $1 for non-members and free for members
- Your ticket to the Perot Museum in Victory Park provides free access to our Fair Park campus
- Hours: Friday-Sunday, noon-5pm
- Address: 3535 Grand Ave. in Fair Park
- Parking is generally available within Fair Park adjacent to the Museum campus at a rate of $10/car although prices may vary. Visit fairpark.org for details about parking in Fair Park.
- The former The Science Place Building and the IMAX theater within is closed
- The Planetarium Building is closed. Looking for an experience that’s out-of-this-world? Visit the Expanding Universe Hall at the Perot Museum Victory Park campus