Great collections of modern art. This was one of several museums in FT Worth that we visited! Enjoyed our visit.
About Amon Carter Museum of American Art
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This museum has a wonderful collection of American Art and should be included on any tour of Ft. Worth. It is near a number of other museums which make it an efficient location. We had a wonderful tour there.
The Amon Carter used to be known primarily for its Western Art (think Russell and Remington), but I was reminded how many other artists are featured there on a recent visit. To be sure, the Amon Carter has one of, if not the best, collections...More
This is a very nice Art Museum. It features, but is not limited to art of the American West. Several works by Remington and Russell alone make it worth seeing,
Accessible. Friendly staff. Excellent collection that is easy to see and understand. We intend to go back soon.
We had an excellent, free, hour-long tour that gave us a sense of Amon Carter the man, as well as a taste of understanding of artists Remington and Russell, an appreciation of the special photography seed exhibit, and information about the fascinating string art (which...More
Someone once said that art represents the world "as it might and ought to be" The Amon Carter Museum of American Art met that requirement. The art museum in Dallas is good, but the Amon Carter Museum of American Art is fantastic.
So I took my family to the FW Museum of Natural History and Science...across the street from Amon Carter. I have never been and the parking lots are all adjacent to both museums. I went inside the Natural History Museum with the family and was...More
I'm so sorry to learn you had such a frustrating experience as you tried to visit the museum with your family. The surface lot where you had such trouble parking and leaving is owned by the City and operated by Standard Parking; it is not...More
This is a fabulous gem nestled just outside of the city proper of Fort Worth! It is close to several other venues, museums and arenas, and boasts FREE parking and free admission for all ages. It was a terrific way to introduce the kiddos to...More
The Amon Carter is way better than I expected. I have to admit some snobbery, since I feared that "American Art" might mean "blank kitsch." It doesn't. This is a thoughtfully curated space with art from many times and many, many styles. I go there...More