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This museum is located at the Arts District. The admission is free.
The museum has nice pieces of art such as the vessels and chests. I like the collection of Jade and Lacquer.
The building is very nice, and has a beautiful garden.
It’s a small manageable museum with some excellent pieces. We saw an incredible samurai suit, lacquered pieces, and contemporary Asian art all in <90 minutes. It’s free, but donations are greatly appreciated
The Crow is a small museum with a wonderful collection of Jade and Lacquer. On the lower level the exhibitions change regularly as do those on the mezzanine. There are a mixture of modern works and objects from the extensive collection. Some of the jade...More
This ones a private museum app Nasher Sculpture Center.
Small museum with focus on Asian Art. When I went 3 months ago, most of the museum was closed for renovation. So we were restricted to the 1st floor only. Not much to see except some...More
Another free museum in downtown Dallas. It has some beautiful Chinese chests, jade carvings, and other artwork. I was hoping for Japanese artwork but did not find any. The area has construction work in progress so it is a little difficult to walk around especially...More
This museum was essentially built to house the collection of Trammel Crow, a real estate developer who put part of his fairly substantial wealth into very large collection of very high quality Asian art. One of the few museums in Dallas where they don't charge...More
Off the beaten path but right between DMA and Nasher Sculpture garden. I wandered in at lunch while working downtown and just had to go back for a longer look. A small intimate collection but some of the most beautiful intricate pieces of sculpture and...More
Planned a morning visit but when I arrived only the two display rooms on the ground floor were open. Understand renovations will be ongoing on the 2nd Floor until October.
Currently there is a small display of Korean pottery and in the other room a...More
There are plenty of beautiful things to see here, the walkway with the peace cranes is one of my favorites. I wouldn't bring smaller children here unless it's a short visit or they have a special event going on because there's not much they can...More
It is worth a quick visit. Currently only two small rooms open but the displays are interesting (Korean pottery and Japanese samurai print screen and suit of armor). I'd schedule no more than 1/2 hour, maybe at 1030 then... More
It is worth a quick visit. Currently only two small rooms open but the displays are interesting (Korean pottery and Japanese samurai print screen and suit of armor). I'd schedule no more than 1/2 hour, maybe at 1030 then go to the Dallas Art Museum for the 1100 opening. Can't wait until renovations are complete around October.