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We visited the museum on a Sunday. While there were a lot of people, it did not seem crowded. We were impressed with the vastness of the collections. We spend approximately two hours and did not see even half of the exhibits. Plan at least...More
Excellent artwork where you would expect it least. Super diversified - so many mediums and cultures represented. Several Monet, Manet, Picasso, Thomas Cole, Georgia OKeefe.... List goes on and on. Great museum - take your children as it’s as good an introduction to art as...More
I love that DMofA is now free because I think children should be exposed to museums early and when it’s free you can go for just a little while at a time before they get bored and want to move on to something else.
I’ve been in museums around the world, and can’t believe I hadn’t been to the DMA before. It is world class! In addition to European and Early American Art, with works by famous artists, they have amazing exhibits of African, Asian, and Pacific art. Extensive...More
Small, simple and free. This is what all museums should be like. I'm not the museum type, in fact, I stay as far away from them as possible (if you're seen well, I think you've seem them all) but this one is different.
This museum is one of the best art museums I have ever been to! It is HUGE so plan to spend a while in there. There are so many exhibits and they just lead from one to another. You just get swept away in the...More
Cab from Dallas Love Field to Dallas Museum of Art (2 Replies)
Our flight gets in Dallas Love Field about 1:00 p.m. on a Friday (this holiday weekend), and, since our friends won't get in for a few hours after, my husband and I are thinking about taking a cab to the Dallas Museum of Art while we wait. Google maps tells me it's about a 15 minute drive. Will this be an expensive cab ride (particuarly since we're coming from an airport)? I am also considering taking the bus and DART. But that trip will take about 45 minutes, and I'm concerned that any...More
May 20, 2014|
Assuming you'll have luggage(?), you might want to contact the museum to see if they'll hold it while you visit the museum. Or maybe your luggage is checked through elsewhere with Dallas being a simple layover.....
Dallas Museum of Art (4 Replies)
Recently spent a week with my daughter in the Dallas area and for a bit of culture, we visited the Dallas Musuem of Art. The collection is decent, nicely laid out, nothing special, had a nice time...... but.... the current Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit is outstanding,. I am NOT a fashion person at all, but even if you know nothing about him, or haute couture designers, the staging of the exhibit is truly something to see. We were mesmerized once we walked in the door. His designs were unique...More
December 12, 2011|
Did you tour the Reves Collection? It is one of the most outstanding displays I've seen. I rate the DMA very highly. Glad you enjoyed it overall.
Auckland Central, New Zealand
Off the beaten track, interesting things to do in Dallas? (2 Replies)
I am very much looking forward to spending about three days in Dallas in late November. I have a few things lined up to do, including the Dallas Museum of Art, the Sixth Floor Museum and other such places. I was wondering if any locals could recommend somewhere to visit that isn't 100% aimed at tourists... I am particularly interested in art but would love to do something outdoorsy so I can see more of the area... even a bit out of Dallas would be okay as long as its easy enough to...More
September 01, 2013|
The Dallas Arboretum is a great place to be outside in Dallas.