1. Karin Henninger

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    The Perot Museum is by far one of the most interactive museums I’ve ever been to! Every exhibit is full of things for kids (and adults!) to do, see, and learn. My sister’s family and I were only there for a couple hours, but you could easily spend all day there and not see everything! There is something for all ages (though mom and dad might need to help out the young ones on some things), but the museum has a lot to offer.I definitely got a work out trying to make a song on the musical steps, and we had a blast making the water molecules dance in the lobby. You can race virtual simulators of Dallas area athletes as well as animals, design your own bird, go inside a shale ride, experience 3 different earthquakes, and that’s only the beginning- inside!Outside they have a water exhibit, leap frog park, musical instrument area, and a lot more we didn’t get to explore!

  2. Felicia Motal

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    Having a family membership that we use fairly frequently, I sincerely wish that the museum merited five stars; however, routinely encountering countless “oversized toddlers” terrorizing the Children’s Museum gives me the impression that the one area that very well may NEED the most supervision seems to sometimes be one of the least well-maintained and supervised portions of the museum. Furthermore, having witnessed some of the teenage employees constructing crafts of their own with the Children’s Museum materials instead of helping little kids there or elsewhere, it is my opinion that although bursting with potential, the sometimes lackluster visits are no fault of the facility but instead seemingly a failure in obtaining/retaining employees that take pride in what this museum could almost undoubtedly otherwise offer. Note: These sentiments are being expressed after having seen one of my two-year-old twin toddlers get shoved down the winding stairs within the “Mini Big D” exhibit by one of aforementioned “oversized toddlers” who couldn’t have been more than a mere year or two shy of being a teenager but was nonetheless playing on something designed and supposedly designated exclusively for preschoolers/kindergarteners.

  3. jeanette wright

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    I loved it! I could have stayed there longer, but my feet were tired to continue. It was great. The best part is watching my 4 yr old child’s brain soak it all in. You could really stay there all day easily entertained with their interactive approach on displaying so much information, you don’t even realize your learning!

  4. Kendall Simon

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    BEST museum in dallas,great place to take our kids a little expensive but totally worth it! If your comming from out of state this is a great place to go

  5. Ric Rini

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    One of the best museums I’ve been too and not bad on pricing either.This museum is so well organized and has many interactive exhibits that are truly educational for adults and children. I have not been to a museum that has so many active exhibits. This place is truly a gem.However, it gets crowded, especially with kids so be patient. This museum is also relatively new so the popularity has not run its course.Word of advice, don’t pay the extra $6.00 to see the worlds biggest dinosaur exhibit, a total disappointment. But other than that an extraordinary experience!