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Nasher Sculpture Center Questions & Answers

Are any parts of the museum pet friendly?

8 months ago Answer

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Interlomas, Mexico
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The museum has a park, but even there is no signs, I do not believe pets are allowed.

7 months ago Google Translation
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There were no signs that I saw but there were no pets inside

7 months ago
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I do not think pets are allowed.

7 months ago
Dallas, Texas
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I am not certain, but I find it hard to imagine that a sculpture museum would allow pets. I've never seen any signage indicating that they allow pets.

8 months ago
Sonoma, California
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I am not sure. I don't believe they allow animals inside or outside, but there is another sculpture garden closeby that is open to everyone. No entrance fee for that one.

I would call the museum to make sure.

8 months ago
New Mexico
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I don't believe so, but you can check with the museum to be sure. Not many art museums are dog friendly.

8 months ago
Dallas, Texas
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I don't think they allow any pets into the museum but not totally sure.

Clyde Warren park is very close and it is very pet friendly.

8 months ago
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania
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No, I don't believe so. We weren't even permitted to get too close to sculptures. Some are enormous. All are quite expensive & valuable.

8 months ago
Indy
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I guess they don't allow pets because this is an enclosed area with art works unfenced.

8 months ago
Los Angeles, California
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The Nasher is an art museum with an outdoor component; not really a park in the traditional sense. So no pets, picnics, etc. Think of it as an art museum.

6 months ago
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