Dallas Museum of Art: Exhibits, Galleries and Artifacts
See a sprawling array of beautiful and fascinating collections at the Dallas Museum of Art. One of the largest art museums in America, this colossal facility includes over 24,000 objects, dating from 3000 BC to the present day. It also boasts award-winning educational programs and a dynamic exhibition policy, along with a non-circulating research library, containing more than 50,000 volumes, available to curators and the general public.
General Admission Is free; Special exhibition admission: $16
Open 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday; Open Thursday, 11:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.; Closed on Mondays
Arts & Letters Live
Concerts & Performances
Are there any tours available at the museum?
The Dallas Museum of Art provides an extensive selection of talks and tours, including Docent-Guided Tours available at $5 per person with a minimum of ten people. It also offers K–12 Student Visits, Self-Guided Tours and Smartphone Tours. For more information, visit www.dma.org/visit/tours.
Are there any places to eat in the museum?
Located in the beautiful Hamon Atrium near the Museum’s north entrance, the DMA Cafe offers made-from-scratch soups, exhibition-influenced dishes, handcrafted sandwiches and salads. It also features Starbucks beverages, beer, wine and soft drinks