The Perot Museum of Nature and Science boasts eleven permanent, exhibits designed to engage visitors of all ages, featuring family-friendly, interactive exhibits that invite hands-on exploration and immersive learning experiences. Visitors can also embark on captivating scavenger hunts throughout the museum, adding an element of adventure to their educational journey.
Rose Hall of Birds
The Rose Hall of Birds at the Perot Museum allows visitors to pilot a red-tailed hawk, craft your own bird at supply stations, explore bird mating behaviors, and trace the evolutionary journey of birds from the age of dinosaurs to present day.
T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall
Enter the T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall and gaze up at towering fossil skeletons, uncover the Perot dinosaur, admire ancient fossils from when Dallas was submerged beneath an ocean, and observe museum paleontologists and preparators at work in the Paleo Lab.
Expanding Universe Hall
Embark on an unforgettable cosmic exploration at the Expanding Universe Hall. Compare our Sun to other stars and learn how scientists use physics to better understand objects in space.
Tom Hunt Energy Hall
Follow the history of energy at Tom Hunt Energy Hall and discover how modern-day roasters are built, manipulate magnets to feel their pull, and how we use natural resources.
Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall
Find the first exhibit installed at the Perot Museum in the Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall and marvel at the dazzling natural beauty of gems and minerals of every color.
The Rees-Jones Foundation Dynamic Earth Hall
Experience the movements and storms of the Earth with the interactive exhibits at Dynamic Earth Hall including standing on a platform to feel the Earth shake, touch a tornado in a simulator, and report on the weather to become a meteorologist.