Space Out at the Perot Museum

Looking for your next family adventure? Grab your little ones and head to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science for an out-of-this-world experience.

Posted on Nov 13, 2017 By Jamina Tribbett

If you have ever dreamed of being an astronaut, the Journey to Space exhibit gives curious kids and adults a chance to step into their shoes. With over 10,000 square feet of interactive and hands-on experiences, visitors can experiment with weightless weights, play with robots and climb aboard a full-size, simulated International Space Station.

 

 

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Journey to Space also answers all the mysteries of what it means to be in space for years at a time. See how differently astronauts do daily activities, like cooking and exercising. You can also learn about the dangers and rewards of human space travel and the advancements in space technology.

 

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But the fun doesn't stop there! If you want to blast off into even more space adventures, plan to attend the family-fun Discovery Days on Dec. 9 where kids can launch rockets, learn about craters, and create their own solar system and alien. On March 21, adults can enjoy the National Geographic Live! Speaker Series featuring celebrated astronaut, space shuttle pilot and International Space Station commander Terry Virts.

 

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The Journey to Space exhibit is in orbit until May 6, 2018 and is presented in both English and Spanish. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for youth (2-17). This price does not include general admission the museum. Buy your tickets today!

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