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Arlington Museum of Art

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Arlington Museum of Art

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201 W Main St, Arlington, TX 76010-7113
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There is 2 hour free street parking in the area. There are also parking lots (I do not know if you must pay to use them). After paying the nominal admission (I paid $5), you may visit the 3 floors of exhibits. There are a limited number of pieces on exhibit and most them are by
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Summer exbhibits which extend into September are worth seeing. The museum is small, but they always have good exhibits.
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I was not familiar with Keith Haring (don't hate me), but the exhibit was a very good representation.of his work. You will see some familiar things I'm sure. Discounts for Seniors and students.
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My husband and I love the AMA. The exhibits are interesting and we always learn something new. The staff is friendly and the museum is big. There are three floors plus sometimes exhibits in the basement. There is rarely a crowd there, so it's easy to read the description of
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A small place that hosts various travel shows. The current one features Hiroshige prints. Modest admission charge helps place stay open- that and a staff of volunteers Worth checking to see what they are showing
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