You Can Have The Ultimate Sleepover At This Dallas Museum This Weekend
The Perot is letting you sleep over to discover Legos.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is letting visitors have a sleepover over all ages this weekend, on March 9. The sleepover was inspired by their
During the sleepover, you will be able to play with Legos and create anything and everything you could ever imagine. The event will feature all the interactive Lego galleries and games that are open during normal visiting hours. This includes building challenges, games and a Lego wall.
The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and after everyone is checked in the doors will be locked and the fun will begin. The museum recommends sleepover attendees have dinner before attending but packaged snacks are welcome. They will also have a complimentary snack for all those who attend and free breakfast in the morning.
The Perot recommends you bring your own sleeping bag and pillow as they will not be providing any. You will be allowed to bring a small bag for your personal items.
Lights out will be at midnight but before then you will have access the "Art Of The Brick" exhibit and the 11 permanent exhibits the museum has to offer. Visitors will be able to stay in one of three museum halls, Being Human Hall, Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals Hall, or T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now Hall.
Exit times for the event is at 8 a.m. and tickets range from $45 to $55 depending if you are a member of the museum or not.
For more information on the Perot, you can visit their website here.