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Curtain Up on Dallas' Art & Culture

Dallas Museums You’ll Be Drawn To

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Laying claim as the largest contiguous urban arts district in the country, the nearby Dallas Arts District is nearly 20 square blocks packed with award-winning architecture and significant cultural institutions. And that’s just the beginning of the museums and galleries that you can get lost in for an afternoon or longer. See stunning jade artifacts, embark on an interactive stargazing adventure, and enjoy that vaunted combo of live music and art at one of the city’s many havens of arts and culture.

Nasher Sculpture Center

Explore one of the best collections of modern and contemporary sculpture in the world at this indoor/outdoor museum designed by Renzo Piano.

(214) 242-5100

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Dallas Museum of Art

Known for its modern and contemporary U.S. art — plus significant holdings of global works that span 5,000 years — this big museum always impresses.

(214) 922-1200

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The Sixth Floor Museum

Take a deep dive into the life of JFK and 1960s history at this museum, located where the perch of President Kennedy’s assassin was found.

(214) 747-6660

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Maestri Gallery

With a focus on budget-friendly contemporary art from creators both near and far, this gallery carries highly curated conversation starters.

(214) 823-1000

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Perot Museum

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a family-friendly favorite and features exhibits on ancient animals (including dinosaurs), sports, space, and more. It also houses a beloved children's museum.

(214) 428-5555

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