On July 4, 2013, Independence Day, my parents decided that we would visit the Perot Museum. The Perot Museum was a 6 story, 170 ft tall building featuring 5 floors of exhibits, both interactive and informative.
My favorite singular activity was the earthquake simulator where a platform shook as though an earthquake had happened. Also on the third floor, I enjoyed making waves, and looking at a machine that created a mini tornado, which was completely harmless. My favorite floor however was the fourth floor. It talked about the Big Bang, stars, universes, and light. It was very informative and I learned many new things.
|mommy in front the wooden mirror|