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Find Info on Membership or Giving
Please contact the Membership department at email@example.com or 214.756.5751. Hours of operation are M-F 9am–5pm, Sat 8am–5pm, Sun 10am–5pm.
Founders Circle Memberships
Please contact Ashely Chellgren, Senior Director Development, at Ashley.firstname.lastname@example.org or 214.756.5870.
Donate to the Museum
We’d love to hear more about it. Contact us at email@example.com.
Book a Perot Museum Speaker
Unfortunately, we’re not able to provide Career Day or professional event speakers at this time.
Book an Educational Field Trip
Your students are going to have an adventure-filled day of learning – and we can’t wait. Feel free to explore our offerings online, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214.428.5555 ext. 8.
Book a Group Trip
The more the merrier! We take group reservations for groups of 10 or more. Learn more about group visits here or contact us at email@example.com or 214.428.5555 ext. 8.
Request a Facility Rental
Ideal for dinners, receptions, or special occasions, the Museum will have your guests looking high and low all night long at a one-of-a-kind venue. Contact Chantel McCraney at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214.756.5758.
Attend a Sleepover or Have a Birthday Party
Unfortunately, we’re not able to offer sleepovers or birthday parties at this time.
Identify a Fossil Find
A quick (and dirty) in-the-field test to assess whether something is maybe a bit of fossil bone or just plain old rock, is to lick it. If your tongue sticks to it, it’s likely bone. We know – it’s equal parts awesome and gross. This is most likely because rock is generally pretty porous and you don’t get much of a “seal” when your wet tongue hits it, whereas a piece of fossil bone (at least exterior bone surface, not the spongy, hackly interior bone) is smooth at even a microscopic level, and you get a bit more surface-tension-ish grab when your tongue hits it. If this is too much to stomach, fill out this form, and our research staff will get back to you about your discovery.
Contact Our Media Relations
First, check out our newsroom that’s full of media resources and the latest Perot Museum news. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact Jason Kurtz, Tony Fay Public Relations, at email@example.com.