The Dallas Convention Center is in the center of Dallas, close to all local hotels and restaurants. Many public events can be seen here, so you can check local advertisements and plan. There are many elevators and escalators, so it is easy to walk around at will. There are many parking places, but you can walk and walk a distance to the convention center since it is so big.
another great museum in the arts district, downtown Dallas, 30 min. away.
Admission is free and open late on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm in addition to its reguarly scheduled hours. The collection focuses on the arts of southeas Asia, especially China, Japan and India. Directly across the street from the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center.
#BeOutRight in the Arts District like the DMA and the Nasher Sculpture Center, this museum is dedicated to the arts and cultures of China, Japan, India, and Southeast Asia, and admission is free! We also suggest checking out the nearby Winspear Opera House – while we (embarrassingly) have trouble staying awake during operas, that doesn’t stop us from admiring the design of this architectural masterpiece.BrokeGirlsGuide.com
This museum is kind of small, as in there isn't much room for people to move around. I have been twice, each time when they were hosting events and it was really challenging. Also, parents weren't allowed to take strollers in because there just isn't any room for that. They do some beautiful decorating throughout and the art is lovely. I definitely plan to go again when there is no event so I can better enjoy.
The Crow Collection of Asian Art is a free museum that features historical and contemporary art from different Asian countries. They have a lovely sculpture garden that is very peaceful. There are a ton of children and adult activities that they provide to the public at no cost like meditation, yoga, Tai Chi, and Qigong. If you’re looking for a relaxing place to stimulate the mind and relax the body, or you’ve always wanted to try Tai Chi, check this place out and save a few bucks during your trip to Dallas.