gzh***05The initial prototype of The Kimbell was the private collection of the wealthy Ft Worth businessman Kay Kimbell and his wife. When Mr. Kimbell passed away in 1964, their private collection was the richest collection of European masters in the American Southwest. Before the museum was built in 1966, the founder Richard Brown said "The goal shall be definitive excellence, not size of collection." (Win by quality, not quantity). Today’s Kimbell Art Museum contains Michelangelo’s first painting and his only painting in America, the Torment of Saint Anthony.
婕吖宝贝A unique and free urban oasis. The hotel booked by my best friend and I is very close to here, and it is within walking distance. So we decided to go over and have a look at night. Maybe we came earlier. There are not many people here and it looks empty. Although it is too empty, it is a great place for walking. This is a very unique place, a perfect enjoyment of a quiet life with him even if it is just sitting. There are three pools here, and the water will stay from the side of the stone wall, so many people soak their feet here. My girlfriend and I also felt it. It was really cool. After the soaking, we walked to the bottom of the activity pool with my girlfriends. We didn't walk fast, we walked slowly and steadily, although it was not slippery at all. There are a lot of chairs in the park for us to sit down and rest. My girlfriend and I did not choose to sit on the chairs, but ran to the grass in the park and lay there to spend this leisure time. It's really super happy here! ! ! Practical TIPS: 1. It will be open every day from 7 am to 10 pm. 2. The park does not require tickets, just enter directly. Scenic address: 1502 Commerce St, Fort Worth, TX 76102-6553