Top Five Museums in Dallas Fort Worth

Top Five Museums in Dallas Fort Worth

We often get asked all kinds of questions about the usual things a Texas Real Estate Agent gets asked is it the right time to buy a house in Dallas? Or, should we sell our Frisco home and move to Highland Park. You know the usual real estate questions. That being said, today is not about that at all! We wanted to share with you the Top FIVE museums our clients voted for in North Texas!

5. Nasher Sculpture Center

Last on our list but definitely not for any specific reason! The Nasher Sculpture Center is a museum and shady park all combined into one oasis right in the art district of Dallas! The outdoor exhibits rival museums around the world and is a must see for anyone new in town or, bring visiting family there to impress them with our North Texas culture. We promise they will be impressed!

4. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza

According to Wikipedia The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is a museum located on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building in downtown Dallas, Texas, overlooking Dealey Plaza at the intersection of Elm and Houston Streets. Dallas residents this is the place that will ever be remembered as a somber reality to our history. The Sixth Floor Museum is the old book depository, where the shot that killed JFK was fired. Dealy Plaza is the location that JFK was driving through when he was fatally shot.

3. Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Number 3 on our list is the place where you take the family for a true hands on experience! The Dallas Perot Museum brings the mysteries of science and wonder together for an experience the whole family will enjoy. If racing a cheetah, visiting prehistoric artifacts or the science behind our local tornados is something that interest your group then book a trip to the Perot Museum! Bring the whole family, it's never too late to learn!

2. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Located in the heart of the Fort Worth Cultural District The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is a leader in interpretive, collecting, showcasing art from the 1940s to the present. Not only are the pieces inside the building worth the visit. The building itself is a true work of art with the steel building designed by the renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando. With sculptures to admire both inside and out the museum has a beautiful reflecting pond, education center as well as a theater. This is a must see Fort Worth treasure.

1. Dallas Museum of Art

Most people don't know (even most locals) that The DMA (that's what us locals call the Dallas Museum of Art) is one of the largest art museums in America! That's right located in one of the nation's largest arts districts right here in downtown Dallas! Just to share a few stats with you the DMA is over 370,000-square-foot and was Edward Larrabee Barnes! So what makes the DMA our clients #1 choice out of all of the great museums in Dallas Fort Worth? It's literally that it has everything! From touring exhibits that travel around the world. To local events like community activities that showcase performing arts, that entertain people of all ages and backgrounds. Are you in the mood for a lecture, concert, literary reading or dramatic dance presentations? Then follow the DMA calendar (Or Shimala Group on Facebook) to stay up to date on everything that is going on!

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