Dallas Museum Trip

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Dallas Museum Trip - We have chosen the Perot Museum and the 6th Street Museum as “official” places to see as far as Dallas museums go. This museum run will depart from the hotel at (around) 11:30 am on Friday and return in plenty of time for evening (and beyond) shenanigans. Gus (Augustus Ruby on FB) from Los Bastardos will be your guide to and from the museums, and will possibly have some additional fun facts for both museums (hint: note his last name.). If this sounds awesome to you, please consider renting a car or getting an Uber to take you around as we do not know how many peeps we can shuttle around and the public transport in this state mostly blows. Please also read all the details below, as tickets to the Perot must be purchased in advance (as it is bad ass). Here are the details on the museums, so you can review:

The Sixth Floor Museum / The life and death of JFK - 411 Elm St, Dallas TX 75202
Price $16
Monday 12pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Sunday - 10am to 6pm
(2 miles from the Belmont, 8 minute car ride)

Perot Museum of Nature and Science - 2201 N. Field Street, Dallas Texas 75201 - perotmuseum.org
General admission is $19; Special Exhibit is additional $7
(Tickets need to be purchased in advance - they only let so many people in at a time)
Sunday - Noon to 5
Monday - Saturday 10 to 5
(3 miles from the Belmont, 9 minute car ride)
Oct 31 to Feb 21 - Creatures of Light, Nature’s Bioluminescence
http://www.perotmuseum.org/explore-the-museum/traveling-exhibits/creatures-of-light-natures-bioluminescence/index.html
Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence explores the natural phenomenon of ‘living light’ with a vast array of organisms, from the flickering fireflies in your backyard to the deep-sea fishes in our oceans’ darkest depths. The ability to generate light is rare among plants and animals that live on land. However, up to 90 percent of animals at depths below 2,300 feet provide the only source of light for the largest habitable space on Earth, the ocean.

***If you want additional information concerning these places or the event, please tag Augustus in the event notes, as he is heading this expedition.
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