We visited the Perot Museum on a busy Tuesday, there were a lot of children's groups visiting for the summer and the tickets were sold out for a good portion of the day. I did not know what to expect but the design and layout of the building is excellent and it easily accommodates the large number of visitors. Everything flows very nicely and you never feel crowded or rushed. There is plenty of room for strollers, wide hallways, the option to go between floors using the stairs or the huge elevators (which are see-through and really cool), overall the design of the building is not just aesthetically pleasing but extremely functional. It was easy to move around the floors and revisit exhibits that we wanted to see more than once. The museum exhibits are engaging and entertaining for both the younger and older children as well as adults and we could have easily spent another 2-3 hours there and will definitely be returning. Both of my kids' favorite was where they could race the T-Rex, a cheetah, or local athletes. The price for the museum is reasonable, there is also a café at the entrance but we did not eat there, maybe next time. The staff and volunteers are very friendly and helpful. I have been visiting the museum since I was a child when it was located in Fair Park and while I miss the old building there is no doubt that this is a fantastic addition to the downtown area in so many ways and a long overdue upgrade for the museum.
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