Perot Partnership Allows More to See Maya Exhibition

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Photo courtesy of dallasartsdistrict.org

This summer, DART is partnering with the Perot Museum of Nature and Science to offer $1 dollar admission for members of the community who otherwise might not be able to treat their families to the popular museum.

The Perot’s Community Partners Ticket Offer allows participants of eligible supplemental programs – such as SNAP, TANF and WIC – to pay $1 for general admission, and only an additional dollar to see the fantastic traveling exhibition, Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed.

In addition to Maya, the Perot is offering an impressive crop of exhibits this summer – kids and adults alike can explore dinosaurs, robots, DNA, earthquakes… there are 11 exhibit halls in all.

The offer is valid through Sept. 4. With valid proof of enrollment in an eligible assistance program – plus a photo ID – participants can purchase their discounted admission tickets right at the museum’s box office. Qualified individuals can bring up to seven immediate family members with them on the day of their visit. Admission to films is not included in the offer.

Eligible programs:

  • TANF – Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  • SNAP – Texas Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program
  • WIC – Women, Infants and Children Nutritional Program
  • SSI – Supplemental Security Income
  • RSDI – Retirement Survivors Disability Insurance
  • CHIP – Children’s Health Insurance Program
  • CHIP-perinatal
  • Children’s Medicaid

Other partners in the program include Children’s Health Pediatric Group, Dallas Public Library, North Texas Food Bank and Telemundo 39.

For more information, visit perotmuseum.org/communitypartners.

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