than it used to be i think its come a long way since i first started 20 years ago exhibits that I'm interested in seem to be improving all the time
My friend and I lucked out - the woman at the admission desk gave us both free tickets to see the Jean-Paul Gaultier exhibition because I work at another museum. Getting up close & personal with his couture was a blast, even if Madonna's cone-boob bustier was under glass. The permanent collection is only so-so. Some nice 18th C French... More
Sometimes you can get discount tickets or the day free if you are with certain organizations- keep an eye out for it. Also, Nasher is next door and you can sometimes get into one free if you get tickets for the other. Lots of things to do and ride in on the DART rail from the metroplex rail areas.
I was on my 1st visit to Dallas for a whirlwind convention. Having little free time, I researched how best to spend my time. I went to the DMA initially for the Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit (bautifully done & well worth the admission. I lingered to explore further & enjoyed just wandering. I wound down @ the Museum Cafe w.... More
Although I got tired of walking, this museum has a nice selection of international art and places to sit and rest throughout. My only disappointment was the sculpture garden...not much there.
Best. Museum. Ever. I loved it. The art is so inspiring and fascinating. The museum is clean and neat. I want to go back as soon as possible. This is a very creative place. Some days are free! Theres a place to make our own art there as well. The interative stuff is cool. I like how they have the... More
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