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The Museum houses the works of artists from every continent - many of which tell stories from thousands of years ago. Public admission to the Museum is complimentary to all.
Great outing for the family, date or alone.
free admission. do not take stairs, use elevators to visit different levels. there are many food trucks across the park ... great art and good food
Great museum here in Dallas. Try going the third Friday of each month for "Late Night" all museums are free.
I love this museum. It has a great variety of art from various periods. Personally, I enjoy the contemporary pieces.
the dma is now free! sign up for their list to get access to other promos
Exelentes galerias 😍
Jazz in the Atrium Thursday night live
love, Love, LOVE. They regularly have indie band performances in their lobby too so, yeah, it's the shit.
Create your own pasta dishes and salads at the atrium cafe are almost as good as the jazz on Thursday Nights #AtriumJazz #ThursdayNightLive
Summer Special: delicious salad from the chef gallery, $6.50. You pick what's in it.
Great way to spend the afternoon! Friendly staff and it's free :)
The garden area outside of the museum is free. A great place to take a break in downtown Dallas.
Gran variedad de cosas del siglo XVII - IX de diferentes culturas . Super interesante!
Register for DMA friend and get check-in each red marks.. Points help in store discounts ! Beautiful paintings all around !! Loved it :)
Jim Hodge's - Give More Than You Take is worth visiting several times!
Free on the first Tuesday of every month!
Free jazz Thursdays from 6-8pm. Go early to grab a seat. Museum also has free general admission to most exhibits. This is one of my fav spots in Dallas. Great place to take pics.
Safety meeting pre-game
The DMA offers a variety of art and historical collections and exhibits for public consumption. It not only offers great collections but also hosts jazz performers free Thursday nights!
free admission to the DMA!
DMA Friends Program is great!! Best way to get the whole family involved.
Oftentimes there's free events and concerts in the summer, I love going to the Jazz in the Atrium on Thursday nights! So excited that it's FREE now!
Rather be here w painter
Get here to see the Cindy Sherman exhibit before its gone. Amazing!
Atrium Jazz Thursday nights is one of Dallas' best secrets and its FREE :)
Get the Mac and cheese in the cafe because it tastes like melted gold!!!
"Experience DMA in 100 ways." Great list of new ways to enjoy the museum: http://www.dm-art.org/AboutUs/100Experiences/index.htm"
Chagall exhibit is great! Here till May 26. His sketches for his painting of the Paris Opera house ceiling are here! :)
The Cindy Sherman exhibit is a wonder to behold. One of the best I have seen.
Grilled chicken bacon pepperjack sandwich is incredible!
Picasso, Magritte, Matisse, Monet andBraque are on the 2nd floor
The DMA was lovely as always. Great staff, great exhibits and kid friendly! Kids activities are superlative!
Very nice permanent collection. The Chagall exhibit was great. The Cindy Sherman exhibit was a hoot.
Wonderful for history and Fam time!
Thursday nights live music!
Start on 4 and work your way down.
Marc Chagall. Opening day exhibit.
It's a FREE for all! ; )
Between here and Ft. Worth - ton's of beautiful art on display!!
It's free too!
Three pictures Picasso must see
. . .and as of January 21. 2013, the DMA has FREE general admission. Also, Make sure to register for the new DMA Friends & Partners program.
Even though membership is not required the children's programming is great so it is well worth it.
Bring your smartphone and headphones to listen to the audio guides.
This museum has some of the best food in the neighborhood. This is your chance to impress the client with your knowledge of the menu as well as the Monet paintings surrounding you.
I LEAVE MY HEART IN THE MUSEUM AND A DREAM OF HAVING MY HONEY MOON VISIT THERE
I liked the place, but hall monitors follow folks around like gestapo. The exhibits are not Vatican or Louvre quality or age, and 95% of exhibit can be photographed. So, what's the big deal @ photos?