Spring Break

Layla Wilson, 5, left, and Stella Cohen, 4, right, make paper rockets as part of Lockheed Martin's Mars Experience Bus program on Jan. 7, 2017. at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in downtown Dallas.

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Visit the museum during Spring Break, March 11-19, for live Science on the Spot demos, bookworm readings, science trivia and other drop-in activities involving making clouds, rainbows, egg dyeing, pinwheels/wind energy and marshmallows. Kids 5 and under can enjoy exploration crafts in the Moody Family Children’s Museum daily until 3 p.m.

In addition, there are 3D Films in the Hoglund Foundation Theater and the new "Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed" exhibition.

Extended Holiday Hours:
March 11-18, the museum will stay open until 7 p.m.

General admission is $19 for adults (18-64), $12 for youth (2-17), $13 for seniors (65+) and free for children under 2. There is an additional charge to visit the "Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed" exhibition. Museum general admission is free for members.

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