Summer Fun for Everyone

Get ready for a summer adventure at the Perot Museum! Don't miss the new Gems and Minerals Hall or the hit traveling exhibition, The Art of the Brick. Plus science experiences throughout the building, extended hours, hands-on activities, and more.

The Art of the Brick 
Traveling Exhibition

Featuring intriguing works of art made exclusively from one of the most recognizable toys in the world, The Art of the Brick is a critically acclaimed traveling exhibition boasting the world’s largest and most elaborate display of pieces constructed using only LEGO® bricks. Created by world-renowned contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya, The Art of the Brick is designed to inspire ingenuity and creativity with original pieces and re-imagined versions of some of the world's most famous art masterpieces including Van Gogh's Starry Night and Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring. And discover your inner architect in the hands-on, interactive LEGO® brick gallery The Science of the Brick, with building challenges, games, and open play spaces!


3D Films

Apollo 11: First Steps Edition showcases the real-life moments of the famed moon landing. Superpower Dogs 3D highlights the life-saving superpowers and bravery of some of the world’s most amazing dogs. Wild Africa 3D takes you on a spectacular 3D ride across, over, and through the magical realms of the most dramatic continent on earth.


New Gems and Minerals Hall

We are thrilled to reveal our second completely transformed exhibit hall! With a new redesigned floor plan, new opportunities to engage, and new cases to highlight one-of-a-kind signature displays and beautiful new pieces, the hall is a dazzling experience for everyone. 


Texas Instruments Engineering and Innovation Hall 

Fulfilling our promise to keep content fresh, the next exhibit hall undergoing a change is the Engineering and Innovation Hall. This will be the last summer to make memories in one of our most popular halls the way it was when we opened. The hall will close September 3 and reopen in November. 

T. rexcalator 

Let your summer adventure begin when you take a non-stop trip to Level 4 where you'll gaze up at the second most complete T. rex skeleton ever found. Visit Stan in his new home at the top of our escalator. 

Cool off in the Café

Need to refuel during your adventure? Stop by the Café for lunch. All summer long, get a free robot crown with the purchase of any kid's meal or grab a soda in collector's Amaze Your Brain cup. Offer valid while supplies last. 

Café Hours
Monday-Sunday 9am (limited menu) 10am-4pm (full menu)
Closes one hour before Museum closes

Save the Date for Dino Fest

Labor Day weekend, head back for Dino Fest! August 31 and September 1 will be filled with paleo-themed activities including trivia, dino digs, and more. 

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The summer adventure extends beyond the prehistoric!

Fill your summer exploring our 11 exhibit hall, new films, special programming for all ages, and more!

Summer Hours (May 24-September 2)

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday 9am-5pm with member-only hour 8-9am
Sunday 10am-5pm with member-only hour 9-10am
June 6, July 5, August 1 9am-8pm
Labor Day Monday 9am-5pm with member-only hour 8-9am

Discounted General Admission Offers

Community Partners

All year, participants of eligible supplemental programs qualify for $1 Museum General Admission tickets.


Military and First Responders

Museum general admission is free for retired and active U.S. military, veterans and first responders. Plus $3 discount for up to six family members.


Educator Admission

General admission is free for K-12 educators who work in Texas or its bordering states.


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