Thursdays On Tap Events Give Grown-Ups Weekly After-Hours Access to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Plus Live Music, Breweries, Food Trucks and More

Looking for a fun date-night destination or a unique spot to connect with friends after work? Want to peruse the Perot Museum of Nature and Science sans kids? Do you like live music, breweries and curious-minded adults? Then don’t miss Thursdays on Tap happening weekly at the Perot Museum!

From 6-9 p.m. each Thursday (rain or shine), the adults-only event gives grown-ups exclusive after-hours access to explore all five levels of the Museum including, for a limited time only, The Science of Guinness World Records® exhibition. Outside, ticket holders can enjoy local food trucks, craft beer and wine, live music and games.

The Science of Guinness World Records® exhibition delves into the marvels of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS holders and the science (and secrets) behind their triumphs. Learn what it takes to crash through these seemingly impossible ceilings and the scientific principles that explain their feats. Play the largest Pac-Man video game, get physical with reaction competitions, speed drumming, basketball and a dance-a-thon, check out the world’s smallest handmade chess set, and much more.

Thursdays on Tap tickets – which include admission to the Museum and The Science of Guinness World Records exhibition – are $15 for members and $25 for non-members. Guests must be 21 years of age with valid ID. Alcohol and food will be available for sale.

Masks or face coverings are required except while eating and drinking. Guests may enjoy food and drinks outdoors while enjoying live music. Please drink responsibly.

Since the Perot Museum is operating at limited capacity, tickets are expected to go fast. For details and to purchase tickets in advance, go to perotmuseum.org.

SharonAdams

Principal of Charity Lifestyles (formerly SocialWhirl.com), the award-winning eBuzzNewsletter and Adams Communications Public Relations, a boutique PR firm specializing in media and community relations for small businesses and nonprofit organizations. Sharon is also a freelance writer whose articles have appeared in Dallas Business Journal, Katy Trail Weekly, People Newspapers (Park Cities People and Preston Hollow People/North Dallas People), Preston Hollow Life magazine, The Park Cities News, White Rock Lake Weekly and more.