This museum has a range of items from Greek and Roman pottery and statues, Texas-related art, an amazing collection of Asian art, and many famous paintings. My favorite sections are the small galleries that seem like you enter a person's home. Each item is placed so that you can see it in context. Every corner seems to reveal a new find that you were not expecting. The Atrium Cafe is a light and airy place to have lunch, although if visiting next time, I would eat at the Nasher Sculpture Center next door, as they have outdoor seating. I used the audio tour, which you have to ask for.
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