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This is a really well used space ... we saw two of the special exhibits and a handful of the regular exhibits. Dior was ahhhh mazing and we loved Jonás Woods, also. It is possible a pipe broke ... there was a sewage smell on...More
This museum is really big. It will take over 2 hrs to look at everything. It has a really cool vibe to it and a very good mix of different art/cultural styles. Parking is hard to get free in the area though.
We drove over 300 miles to see this monumental exhibit of House Of Dior. It was worth every mile!
The exhibit is beautifully staged with lights, mirrors, tiers and cathedral like windows. One of the most elegant Museum sets ever.
The costumes were breathtaking. Some...More
...Dior - From Paris To The World. If you ever doubted that Haute Couture was a creatively charged collaborative process, this epic Exhibition will convince you otherwise. Some elegant and some elaborate attire that can only be called "works of art". Artisans crafting a Designer's...More
Line to park took very long time. Parking is a pay lot undergroundwoth easy access to the museum. Museum is free with charge for temporary exhibits. Each exhibit is a separate entrance ticket. The permanent collections are nicely displayed Some security monitors are more knowledgeable...More
DMA does a marvelous job of making fine art - and art objects - from around the world freely available to the public. We enjoyed viewing DMA's exhibits of paintings, sculpture, furniture, books, and art objects (such as masks) from around the world - and...More
We enjoyed this Museum, there is so much to see and the staff enjoy a good joke. We were told upon entering the first display areas, no flash photography, stay 2ft away and do not touch, to this I replied, ok so just like at...More