The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a major Dallas destination for kids and curious tourists, housed in a gigantic architectural marvel created by Thom Mayne.
The structure was built with the idea of sustainability in mind. Summer water saving is achieved through the use of captured condensation from air conditioners and drip irrigation, as well as the utilisation of recycled and locally produced building materials and solar-powered water heaters.
The museum is organised into themed zones with interactive learning stations, games, and high-tech displays. Engineering and innovation, energy, evolution, earth sciences, and other topics are among them. It also has a 3D theatre, the Moody Family Children’s Museum and Playground, and a 54-foot escalator with a glass inclosure that overlooks the site.