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We really liked the layout of this place and its collection - which is the great thing about it, but the biggest complaint at the same time, because they have a little bit of everything, but since they don't focus on anything, it's always just...More
The DMA has a center for interactive art for people that would much rather interact than just stare. My husband and I found the third floor to be pretty intriguing. We enjoy learning about other cultures and the Japanese art, statues, and pottery were all...More
We get to Dallas often and sometimes forget to be tourists. On our last trip, we made it a point to spend an afternoon at the DMA. What a wonderful choice. The collections (many of which are of a local nature) were fabulous. Having spend...More
The DMA is a tremendous value. You can spend an entire day here and not really take it all in. Plus, General admission is free. I would have loved to see more local art, maybe Texas or Southwest artists but overall it is a very...More
Went on a Saturday in the pouring rain. No problem, the in house parking garage holds 400 cars underneath and you can go in without getting a drop on you, $12 all day is a good deal to just get out and walk in. Handicap...More
I enjoy visiting museums and this one was a must on my quick stop in Dallas. The museum courtyard was stunning and so peaceful to walk through. The main collection was great and you could spend hours wandering the museum to see exceptional pieces.
A place to enjoy! Full of impressive sculptures and paintings for very well known artists, it also happens to be currently hosting a nice temporal exhibition of the legacy of Laura Owens with Renoir, Monet, Juan Gris, ... paintings.
It isn’t a big museum but...More
Growing up in NYC with the Met at my fingertips I’m hard to impress when it comes to museums in general. But DMA did a good job. They have very diverse collections, but what really wowed me were some of the pieces from the European...More
There aren't many places to see in Dallas, the downtown area are interesting but not very touristy, so this is a must see place if you exploring downtown.
First, it's free to enter, there are a few ticketed exhibit, but you can skip these and...More
This is a large museum that has objects well distributed. They do not have many numerous rooms of art like other museums. The museum does have some world class paintings, like Monet. Parking was $12, but the museum was free.