The Perot Museum is unlike anything I've ever seen, as far as hands-on children's museums are concerned. All the exhibits encourage thinking, creativity, engineering, scientific thought, for all ages. It was so crowded, though, it was noisy and a little chaotic with hundreds of excited kids running around. I've heard it's always crowded, as classes and daycare centers visit by the busloads. The only other aspect I don't like about the museum is that it teaches evolution as fact and a 40 billion year old earth as fact, not theory. I believe God created the heavens and the earth. The Perot Museum does not acknowledge even the possibility of creation by a Supreme Diety. If you ignore that aspect, it's definitely worth experiencing, and is top quality. Allow plenty of time! You could spend an hour or more per floor, and there are 6 floors. The long escalator also provides an excellent view of downtown Dallas, with many photo ops.
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