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All reviews reflecting pool tadao ando andy warhol anselm kiefer sculpture garden permanent collection interesting pieces cultural district special exhibit gift shop worth the trip half price on display moma takashi vortex ladder
1 for traveling shows
The other for permanent collection
Loved the massive Picasso in shades of grey and a gem of a Lichtenstein- also a great Ben Shawn.
Outside a Butterfield horse and the special
This museum is always a must-see for me when ever I am in town. On Thursdays, admission is free, and on Sundays they offer half-price tickets. Also, they have really big parking lot so that is one less worry. They always have great exhibits and...More
This museum is mostly about the building, a Tadao Ando masterpiece. The collection, except for the Richard Serra's Vortex, Martin Puryear's Ladder for Booker T. Washington and the Anselm Kiefer's Book with Wings, is OK, but not startling. This Museum is well worth a visit....More
Fort Worth has some of the best exhibits and deserves to be compared to the best in the nation. The inside has plenty of space to walk around and see exhibits and close to other museums like the Cowgirl Hall of Fame and the Science...More
Very well organized. $16, $12 Seniors, $10 Students Under 18 free. The Museum offers half-price tickets on Sundays and free admission on Fridays. They have a restaurant and a theater. On Sundays the first move is 1/2 price at 1200 noon. So I would recommend...More
Its really lack luster. The building is very nice and well kept. The staff looks beyond bored , and miserable - except the ones in the gift shop who were laughong so loudly amongst the,selves you could hear it in the hall to the bathroom....More
Modern art is always intriguing to me. This museum is no different. Many installations of unique, odd, classic and stunning pieces. 2nd floor was closed while being revamped, so the one floor didn't take us long to explore.
My wife and I go there about two or three times a year because the exhibits are always changing their always unique and they're always awesome they have really done a great job I don't know who the curator is but got to shake there...More
On a friend's advice I was heading to the museum district to visit another museum, but saw the signs for the Takashi Murakami exhibit and stopped here instead-- and was glad I did! I arrived just in time for a docent led tour-- our docent...More