Crow Collection of Asian Art


Housed in a modern building in Dallas’ downtown Arts District, this small but exquisite museum allows visitors to follow a winding course through a choice collection of sculptures and artworks from China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia, dating from 3500 BC to the early 20th century. Don't miss the gorgeous sandstone facade from North India.

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