Crow Collection of Asian Art

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2010 Flora St (bt N Olive & Harwood Sts)
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 979-6430
Art Museum
Tue–Thu: 10:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 10:00 AM–6:00 PM Sun: Noon–6:00 PM

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  • Admission to the museum is always free!
  • This collection of Asian art includes more than 300 paintings, sculptures & architectural items. Although originally acquired for personal enjoyment, many pieces in this collection are museum quality.
  • Beautiful exhibits show off Asian art from many countries and time periods. Visit the Lotus Shop after for original gifts and keepsakes from all around Asia.
  • The museum is free to the public. It is a small museum but well-curated.
  • Several garden patios dot the space between the museum (always free, by the way) and the Trammel Crow Building, providing a scenic break for families with kids. Powered by
  • Come to the Lotus Shop!! Nominated for best gift shop in DMagazine
  • Super friendly docents and desk staff, even though I went to a late night event and they were most likely exhausted. More intimate galleries than the Nasher or DMA.
  • The bathrooms have the nice toilet paper.
  • Great collection of Dilip Raval photography on the first floor, and a small but interesting Asian collection of artifacts on the second floor. It's free, so check it out.
  • Explore the art of China, Japan, India & Southeast Asia, plus a French statue collection, beside peaceful cascading waters. #seemoresights
  • Some amazing Asian Art. Free museum.
  • Beautiful collection of Asian art. Park under the building.
  • Absolutely gorgeous interior.
  • Midnight at the museum is a great idea. The collection is fantastic and worth to see. You must read from the little books in each hall to understand the meaning of the art. Staff is really attentive.
  • Tai chi ever Saturday morning at 9am is always free and completely divine!
  • OMG The bubble tea rocks!
  • I am no longer a member because I do not support paying for parking in an empty garage or increasing dues during economic hard times.
  • Saturday morning Tai Chi is wonderful! b Friendly diverse group of people, learning and practicing a southern Wu style Tai chi.
  • Went during the 2016 Chinese New Year festival and even with crazy crowds, it was awesome. Going again soon when it's more quite and calm.
  • Great place to learn about Asian culture.