Dallas’ science museum is an educational environment for all ages. It consists of 5 floors with 11 permanent exhibits in science, math, and technology. Exhibits include plants and animals, human anatomy and physiology, health, energy, machines and electronics, the universe, Texas ecosystems, conservation, prehistoric life, a Children’s Museum, a Hall of Birds, and a Sports Hall. Included are tactile exploration areas, interactive media, workshops and demonstrations, labs, after-school and summer classes.
Volunteer opportunities exist for exhibit halls, guest services, education and administration, paleo lab, and collections. Go to the Perot website for a Volunteer Application. After review, they will contact you for the best opportunity available. For further inquiry, contact the Volunteer Dept. at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-756-5780.
Location: 2201 N. Field St., Dallas, TX 75201-1704