Perot Museum declares two weeks of spring break complete with daily doses of scientific activities and demos from March 5 - 20, plus extended hours, 3D films, Discovery Days and more
Got spring fever? Break away at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science for two weeks of daily activities and “science on the spot” demos, a sleepover, Discovery Camps, a fossil-themed Discovery Days, 3D films, extended hours and more!
From March 5-20 at select times, enjoy daily spring science crafts, bookworm readings, science trivia, slinky spring science, live “science on the spot” demos and drop-in activities involving making clouds, rainbows, egg dyeing, pinwheels/wind energy, marshmallows, mammoth/dinosaur toothpaste and mini kite flying, to name a few.
On Saturday, March 12, get hands on with a variety of paleontology-themed activities from digging for fossils and bones, to giant 3D dinosaur puzzles and fossil artwork, to a fossil scavenger hunt at the fun-for-all Discovery Days: Fossils … then stay late for a “doze-with-the-dinosaurs” sleepover!
Snag a seat in The Hoglund Foundation Theater: a National Geographic Experience for up-close encounters in Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure 3D, Journey to Space 3D and Tiny Giants 3D that will have all ages ooh-ing and ah-ing.
The Perot Museum will stay open until 7 p.m. from Saturday, March 5 - Saturday, March 19,with special member hours each day.
For more info and to purchase your tickets** in advance, go to perotmuseum.org.
**Museum general admission ticket prices are $19 for adults (18-64), $12 for youth (2-17), $13 for seniors (65+), and free for children under 2. Museum general admission is always free for members. Admission to the theater is $6 for a short film (20 minutes) and $8 for a long film (40 minutes) for adults, seniors and youth. For members, admission to the theater is $5 (short film) and $6 (long film). All children under 2 are free.