Dallas Museum of Art
Know Before You Go
Permanent exhibits at the DMA are FREE, including the Children’s Areas.
Paid Parking is available in the underground parking garage.
Designed for interactive art, children and adults are encouraged to sit down in the gallery and create and explore their artistic talents! From sketching stations to places to build and sculpt, it’s a great space to slow down for all visitors to slow down and try something new!
This is one of my favorite pictures, EVER! I love my serious little artist, in his oh so not serious hat!
Scattered tables around the gallery are stocked with cardboard, yarn pieces, glue and a variety of always changing objects to create a 3 dimensional masterpiece! Guest can then decide to either keep their work, or exchange it for something else on the wall!
A special area for the museum’s youngest artist, Arturo’s Nest offers low to the ground places for toddlers to explore and their adult caregivers to get down with them!
Community At Large
Be a part of something large by making a small contribution!
Young Learners Gallery
Designed for children 5-8, the Young Learners Gallery takes children beyond art with fun stations to explore and express themselves!
Things To Do in Dallas
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science offers 5 floors of incredible exhibits, mostly all hands-on! Click HERE to read more!
The street in front of the DMA is lined with food trucks! Pick your favorite and grab a shady shop to eat at Klyde Warren Park, with plenty of places to run off some energy afterwards in their playground and splash area! Click HERE to read more!
Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N Harwood St, Dallas
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