Visits to the Dallas Museum of Art do not require tickets, but special exhibitions in certain areas require tickets to enter. When we came to visit, we parked in the museum parking lot. It was a fee. If we wanted to save money, we could park in the far street. It took a while to queue outside the door before entering. Maybe there is a traffic limit. There are quite a lot of exhibits, some of which even have a history of thousands of years. It takes half a day to visit them well. Having found the true story of Van Gogh's Sheaves of Wheat, I thought it was Monet's Haystack at first.
Tickets are free, except for some special pavilions. There are three floors. If you look carefully, it takes half a day. There are pavilions in Europe, Africa, Asia and the United States. There is also a modern fashion show. It's rich in content. If you take your children there, you can also go to the Creation Center to do some works. On Sunday, the crowds were just right, not too cold or crowded.
The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is Dallas' major art museum. Every wonder why Dallas doesn't have a museum of modern art? It's because our museum of fine art and modern art merged in the 50's, so you get both fine art and modern art in a one-stop shop. This is also a great museum for kids, as their C3 exhibit has a lot of hands-on ways for children to participate. Admission to the DMA's permanent exhibit is also now free! They also bring in a wide variety of special exhibitions from ancient works to fine art to contemporary works. There is, typically, admission to any special and visiting exhibitions on display. If I could, I'd give the DMA a hug.
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The DMA is a great place to visit. They have an excellent permanet collection. They also attract the big art exhibits each year. Once a month they will host Late Nights at the DMA. Visit their website for more details. http://dallasmuseumofart.org/Events/LateNights/index.htm
Fun for the whole family! Free Admission. Kids craft area.