Regular Hours

Monday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday–Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Member-only access:
Saturday: 9 to 10 a.m., Sunday: 10 to 11 a.m.

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Towers of Tomorrow

with LEGO® Bricks

Discover the breathtaking precision and architectural detail of twenty of the world’s most iconic skyscrapers and towers replicated by toy brick Legos that the whole family can enjoy in this highly engaging and interactive experience.

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Presented by Highland Capital Philanthropies.

Hoglund Foundation Theater

The Hoglund Theater is open once again! Enjoy one of our three films currently playing inside our 298-seat theater featuring brilliant 4K digital projection, immersive surround sound, and incredible RealD 3D capabilities. 


Winter Discovery Camp

Kids will hone their engineering skills through hands-on, real-world challenges with the world’s most popular building brick! Two camp session options: Dec. 20-23 or Dec. 27-30.  


Meet The Whynauts!

Bring the wonders of the Perot Museum to your classroom or home through a new interactive, educational series. All ten episodes now available!


Generously brought to you by the Perot Foundation and The Lamar Hunt Family.

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Alamosaurus skeleton in the Life Then and Now Hall at the Perot Museum.

Our Gargantuan Dinosaur Fossil Skeletons

You definitely couldn't miss them anyway — these prehistoric beasts will be the first thing to greet you when you walk into the T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall


Giant purple amethyst geode in the Gems and Minerals Hall at the Perot Museum.

Two tons of sparkle

Take a look inside a giant amethyst geode on our Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall exhibit hall page — and in the actual hall!

Start Spelunking

Two girls running alongside a cheetah on a giant screen in the Perot Museum Sports Hall.

The Ultimate Race

Think you're faster than a T. Rex or a cheetah? What about NFL running back Jamaal Charles? Step up to the starting line in the Lamar Hunt Family Sports Hall, and get ready to run.

Ready, Set, Go!

Dinosaur bone under stand with small hands digging in the Children's Museum at the Perot Museum.

Become a Junior Paleontologist

Dig for dinos in the outdoor sand pit inspired by real fossil digs from Big Bend! Grab a vest, a scoop, a shovel, and a rake and join our team of junior paleontologists in the Moody Family Children's Museum on the Lower Level.

Start digging

Perot Museum guests watching the indoor tornado form in the Dynamic Earth Hall.

See a Tornado Up Close

Reach your hands inside a tornado simulator inside the Rees-Jones Foundation Dynamic Earth Hall to feel the airflows and observe the formation of these infamous and powerful storms.


Our Gargantuan Dinosaur Fossil Skeletons

Two Tons of Sparkle

The Ultimate Race

Become a Junior Paleontologist

See a Tornado Up Close

Experience the Museum

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