With doors opening on December 1st, Perot Museum has officially started selling tickets online. “We hope people will take advantage of online ticket sales because it saves time, helps to avoid long lines and ensures admission into the Perot Museum,” said Nicole G. Small, Eugene McDermott CEO of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. “We expect sell-outs during high-peak times, not just during opening weekend but throughout our first year.”
Want to know more about the Perot Museum?
In 2006, a unique merger brought together three Dallas institutions – The Dallas Museum of Natural History, The Science Place and the Dallas Children’s Museum – to form one museum, the Museum of Nature & Science.
We are pleased to announce that the Museum of Nature & Science, currently located in Dallas’ historic Fair Park, is expanding into a breathtaking new facility in Victory Park at the corner of Field Street and Woodall Rodgers Freeway in the heart of Dallas, Texas. Named the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, its doors are scheduled to open December 1, 2012. Tickets go on sale online October 2, 2012.
We invite you to explore this site to learn more about this project: watch our progress as we build, learn about the building, the halls and exhibits, the programs, and the fundraisingcampaign and how you can help build the Perot Museum. Plus, learn how the incredible generosity of the Perot family and other wonderful donors turned a dream into the start of something big.
Tickets would make a great holiday present. General admission to the exhibit halls will be $15 for adults (18-64), $12 for students (12-17) and seniors (65+), and $10 for children (2-11). Admission to the theater will be $8 for adults, students, seniors and children. Combo admission to the exhibit halls and theater will be $20 for adults (18-64), $17 for students (12-17) and seniors (65+), and $15 for children (2-11). For members, general exhibit hall admission will always be FREE. Admission to the theater will be $6 for member adults, students, seniors and children. Note: Some traveling exhibits may have a surcharge.
Head over to the Perot Museum site to buy your tickets now!