There is so much art & culture in Dallas!

There is so much art & culture in Dallas. If you haven’t taken the time to explore some of our amazing exhibitions and museums, you should try to find the time to do so. I will list below five of my personal favorites or currently on my to-do list!

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THE ANN AND GABRIEL BARBIER-MUELLER MUSEUM: THE SAMURAI COLLECTION This museum is located in the Harwood district. This area has more than two million square feet of premier class AA office, residential, and retail space set within a park-like campus with gardens and art-filled lobbies.  The Samurai Collection has items such as suits of armor, helmets and masks, horse armor and weaponry that date back from the 7th to 19th centuries. The address is 2501 N. Harwood Street. Click the link above for hours. Enjoy this collection that is one of the largest of its type in the world!

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DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART The DMA is one of the 10 largest art museums in the country. It’s mission statement quotes “It promotes research, dialogue, and public participation, helping to reveal the insights of artists from every continent over the last 5,000 years.” Current exhibitions include: “Carey Young: The New Architecture” and “Young Masters: 2017.” The DMA is located in the nation’s largest art district and offers monthly block parties with live music, shows and film viewings. How fun!

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NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER  The Nasher Sculpture Center is located just across the street from the Dallas Museum of Art. It has rotating exhibitions of works from the past 125 years. Bring the kids and enjoy free admission and fun family programming on the first Saturday of every month. Also, once a month, The Nasher stays open until midnight and invites guests to enjoy outdoor concerts and a film screening in their garden space!

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MORTON H. MEYERSON SYMPHONY CENTER Located in the Dallas Arts District, this building is an icon. Just look at the beauty of it! This hall is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. One interesting fact about the hall is it has a “shoebox” style music chamber. This design allows intimacy between performer and audience. Peformanes there are magnificent and I hope you get to experience one!

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ARTS DISTRICT ARCHITECTURE WALKING TOUR This 90 minute walking tour is led by a trained tour guide and you will see buildings from 1890’s to present. Tours are held on the first and third Saturdays of each month, beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the ceremonial entrance to the Dallas Museum of Art (Flora and Harwood). The tour is held rain or shine. This is the best way to capture all the amazing art, architecture and history that you might have missed otherwise!

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