Dallas Museum of Art

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Details
1717 N Harwood St (at Flora St.)
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 922-1200
Art Museum
Hours
Tue–Wed, Fri–Sun: 11:00 AM–5:00 PM Thu: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM

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  • Dallas Observer named the DMA best Art Gallery in our Best of Dallas 2010!
  • The DMA is open until midnight the third friday of every month for Late Night with music, performances, tours, and more.
  • This museum holds a renowned collection of treasures and timeless exhibits. Permanent collections include Ten Treasures, highlighting the key areas of the museum's interests.
  • Very nice permanent collection. The Chagall exhibit was great. The Cindy Sherman exhibit was a hoot.
  • Friday night late nights are amazing.
  • On the third Friday of each month, the Dallas Museum of Art remains open until midnight.
  • Many people don't know that the DMA best Art Gallery holds a renowned collection of treasures. Check out DMA's Ten Treasures, highlighting the key areas of the museum's interests.
  • . . .and as of January 21. 2013, the DMA has FREE general admission. Also, Make sure to register for the new DMA Friends & Partners program.
  • The Luc Tuymans show is incredible. Sooo much economy, so much mood.
  • Open till 9pm on Thursdays.
  • Be sure to see Winston Churchill in the Wendy Reeves exhibit
  • Don't miss the 4th floor Reves Collection. Best art in the museum!
  • Go to the Dallas Museum of Art for free on Thursday nights to enjoy Jazz Night.
  • Late nights Thursday's, free art and great friendly volunteers to help you look around.
  • Gran variedad de cosas del siglo XVII - IX de diferentes culturas . Super interesante!
  • Free admission, get to make points easily when you're a DMA member to get free parking on your next visit. Good for a date.
  • The Museum houses the works of artists from every continent - many of which tell stories from thousands of years ago. Public admission to the Museum is complimentary to all.
  • I love this museum. It has a great variety of art from various periods. Personally, I enjoy the contemporary pieces.
  • Jim Hodge's - Give More Than You Take is worth visiting several times!
  • Free admission!!!