Well he never got to build a Perot Presidential Library and Museum, but Ross was a major contributor to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, enough so to get his name on it. We visited with my son's family while we were there to see the newest grandchild.
Even though the structure is basically a seven or eight floor cube stuck in downtown Dallas, the outside of the building has some interesting architecture.
The lobby has these neat representations of water molecules that move up and down depending on the motion of the people beneath them, as detected by small video cameras spread around.
There's a great place for the kids to play and learn, but it was pretty crowded in there the day we went.
And of course, being in Texas, there are plenty of dinosaur bones.
We didn't even get to several of the floors, since the El Fenix Mexican Restaurant across the street was just sitting there with their great food (fish tacos for me.)