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|-Biblical Arts Center|
A non-denominational museum of art featuring works of art with a Biblical theme. It
was founder Mattie Caruth Byrd's inspiration and dream to provide a place where people of
faiths can have the opportunity to witness the Bible as it inspires mankind in the arts.
|-Dallas Museum Of Art|
|-Dallas Museum of Natural History |
The only collections-based, research-driven public natural history museum in
the region. Since its founding in 1936, the Museum has played a
significant role in documenting, describing and showcasing Texas' vast
natural diversity. The current collection of over 280,000 specimens includes
the world's largest exhibition of Texas wildlife habitats, and the first
mounted Texas dinosaur in Texas.
|International Museum of Cultures |
Increases interest and empathy for the preliterate peoples of the world.
|-Old City Park: The Historical Village of Dallas|
Nestled among 13 wooded acres just south of downtown Dallas Texas, Old City
Park provides visitors, young and old alike, an unique museum experience.
OCP is composed of 38 historic structures dating from 1840 to 1910 and
boasts a working farm, elegant Victorian homes, turn of the century
commercial buildings and much, much more!
|Sixth Floor Museum |
Examining the life, times, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
|-The Science Place|
The Science Place is about helping kids of all ages (age 0 through 109 ) understand why
and how things work -- everything from the solar system to honey bees, from dinosaurs to
sound waves. It is a place where kids can use their senses of touch, sight, hearing,
smell, and imagination to understand the wonders of science and mathematics. At the
Science Place, kids and their parents experience the thrill of discovery through hands-on
exhibits, workshops, and special programs. makes learning interesting, engaging, and fun!
Includes TI Founders IMAX Theater.
|Fort Worth Museum of Science and History |
Explore DinoDig, Kidspace, Omni Theater, Noble Planetarium, Hands On Science, Hands On
History, and more.
|-Kimbell Art Museum |
Holdings range in period from antiquity to the 20th century. The museum is one of the only
institutions in the Southwest with a substantial collection of Asian arts, and has also
assembled small but select groups of Mesoamerican and African pieces as well as
|-Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth|
Charterede in 1892 as the Fort Worth Public Library and Art Gallery, this the oldest art
museum in Texas. The museum focuses on modern and contemporary American and European
art including painting, sculpture, works on paper and international photography.
Contempoary sculpture is on view year round on the grounds of the museum, feaeturing works
by Antony Gormley, Deborah Butterfield, George Segal and Tony Cragg.
|-Sid Richardson Collection of Western Art |
Permanent exhibit of works by premier Western artists, Remington and Russell from the
collection of Sid Richardson. Open daily except Mondays, holidays. Free. Museum store.
|-The National Cowgirl Museum & Hall
|Vintage Flying Museum|
|-Heritage Farmstead |
A museum of farm life on the Blackland Prairie 1890-1920 Listed in the National Register
of Historic Places and accredited by the American Association of Museums.
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