Dallas Museum Of Art, Dallas
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Dallas Museum Of Art, Dallas - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1717 North Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201 (Downtown Dallas)
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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The Arts District in Dallas is a mini paradise for any art lover-regardless of your expertise in the field. The Dallas Museum of Art is considered to be one of the top notch art museums of the country. Set amidst white limestone galleries, the permanent exhibits on display cover vast geographical expanses as well as eras. Their collection of Spanish colonial art is exquisite and very well received with all those who know of the art of that period. Works of art on lost civilizations like the Maya and Aztecs along with some of the famous European artists like van Gogh, Degas and Monet to name a few, forms quite a pleasant juxtaposition of art from different times.
Dallas Museum Of Art Ticket Prices
- General admission is FREE which includes viewing the Museum’s collection galleries and most exhibitions.
- Special exhibition fee is $8 which includes general admission and viewing the Museum’s collection galleries.
- Free for DMA Partners.
- Free for children 11 and under.
How To reach Dallas Museum Of Art by Public Transport
- DART St.Paul Station
- Pearl/Arts Districts Station
Restaurants Near Dallas Museum Of Art
- Pyramid Restaurant & Bar (American food served)
- Samar (Indian, Middle Eastern and Spanish cuisines)
- Stephan Pyles (American, Southwestern food served)
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Dallas Museum Of Art, Dallas Reviews - Write a Review
I love coming here. Its free admission with the exception of certain events. There's always something to see and do no matter how many times I come here. The are areas for children and adults alike. Food court is has good variety. This is located right next to Klyde Warren park, which makes for a good transition before or after your visit to the museum.
A bit disappointed with the museum. I know its Dallas, not NY, but come on. With all of the people and money in this town, I expected a lot more. The exhibits were small and while nicely done, were not awe inspiring. Wish the museum was larger and nicer.
This museum is free to go into. Opened at eleven. Very nice air conditioning place to enjoy alone time. Loved the exhibits. Had a children's area. The under four area had a giant foam "nest", books, blocks, and other sensory items. There were a few items that I would consider a choking hazard for the youngest ones. A pleasant way to spend some time out of the heat.
Wonderful tour and visit, Truth @ 24FPS not so much. The 2pm free tour on Saturday was excellent. They customized it to the group's wishes. It'd a great way to get an overview in an hour. We got tickets to the Kusama mirror exhibit. It was very interesting. We enjoyed it. The Truth 24fps was a dud. Vulgar & crass in some places. Not appealing or persuasive in others. The scaffolding outside the exhibit was more interesting. Yes, the scaffolding was an exhibit also. I had to ask a worker to convince my wife it was an exhibit. Lol. We will go back and take more time.
I attended a Second Thursdays with a twist, Mischief Managed, and I had a great time. The function was well organized with activities for parents and kids. Great place to enjoy some piano music and socialize with friends.
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