Dallas Museum of Art
Nasher Sculpture Center
Modern-art installations shine at the fabulous glass-and-steel Nasher Sculpture Center. The Nashers accumulated what might be one of the...
Klyde Warren Park
New in 2013, this innovative 5.2-acre park is an urban green space built over the recessed Woodall Rodgers Freeway. It has its own...
Trammell & Margaret Crow Center for Asian Art
Enter another world in this calm, pagoda-like oasis of a museum that's nearly as remarkable for its ambiance as for its rich collection...
Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center
Renowned architect IM Pei designed the Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center where the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs.
Great and creative cafe fare in the museum. The burgers, chicken sandwiches, soups and more are made with flair. Look for seasonal...
1717 N Harwood St · interesting places nearby
Dallas Museum of Art information
This museum is a high-caliber world tour of decorative and fine art. Highlights include Edward Hopper's enigmatic Lighthouse Hill and Rodin's Sculptor and his Muse. The Spanish Colonial art section is extraordinary. Overall, the Museum’s collection contains over 22,000 works of art spanning 5000 years. Kids (and parents) will appreciate the Young Learners Gallery, with fun projects for kids.