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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Address: 2201 N Field St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA

Main Phone: (214) 428-5555

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Latitude: 32.7869426

Longitude: -96.8065772

Did you know that Perot Museum of Nature and Science rates 4.7/5 based on 13008 total ratings?

Reviews for Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Jenna Dewey

Jenna Dewey

5/5

2 weeks ago

This museum was really great! Very interactive with amazing exhibits from all over Texas. Pretty amazing seeing two specimens from my home county! Very impressive and comparable to museums in DC! It’s neat how specific it is to Texas, even including the exhibit on oil drilling. As an environmentalist I wasn’t a fan, and as a crystal lover it was disappointing to see the description of the exhibit say that there are people who value crystal for beauty or information on what resources are in the ground. Very limiting and dualistic perspective, there are many other reasons to love crystals. But that is my own opinion and doesn’t detract from the quality of the museum. Highly recommend.

Wendy Pettit

Wendy Pettit

5/5

2 months ago

Absolutely incredible museum for ALL ages. Well worth the entrance fee if you plan to stay awhile. We (9 adults) stayed about 4 hours and just couldn’t absorb any more informants for the day. If we lived here in Dallas, I would buy a season pass. The gems exhibit is stunning, as are the Space, Engineering w/ robots, and Human body exhibits. All levels are excellent. Be sure to visit the lower level for all the fun interactive sports activities. Try to outrun a T-Rex! Can’t say enough. Go!

SD

SD

5/5

4 months ago

Loved it. Fascinating and great exhibits. Go to the Guineas Book exhibit too. It’s in the same place but a separate entrance and charge. It’s worth it for kids though. Super clean, the bathrooms actually surprised me. The restaurant on the way out looks good as well. We didn’t eat there but would have had we been hungry.


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The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Address: 411 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75202, USA

Main Phone: (214) 747-6660

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Latitude: 32.7798188

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Did you know that The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza rates 4.6/5 based on 7428 total ratings?

Reviews for The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Diego

Diego

2/5

2 months ago

The highlight of this place is the window where Oswald fired his shots, which is behind glass panels. They have a replica rifle–which is not the original–on display. There are a few interesting artifacts laid about, like the cameras used to film the event. The rest of the museum is basically textbook paragraphs pasted onto fancy panels on the walls. Not worth $18. You’d be better off paying the same amount for the bar and views of Reunion Tower. Also, management at this place is still imposing a mask mandate, regardless if you are vaccinated or not. This made me upset, since it makes me wonder why I even got vaccinated in the first place if we can’t “go back to normal” at places like this? To be fair, this is the only public spot I visited in Dallas which maintains this rule. Go spend your time and money elsewhere or visit the park below for free if you are interested about the historical aspect. There is a free audio tour, which you can access via the QR codes on the placards in the park.

Cancer Hazel_Eyes

Cancer Hazel_Eyes

4/5

a month ago

They were sold out couldn’t get into the museum but we walked around outside and talked to some of the street vendors. It was an interesting experience. I took 3 kids agreed 4, 13, and 17. My 17 year old was the only one who seemed interested. My 4 year old liked the water and steps for jumping.

Yesi Trevi

Yesi Trevi

5/5

10 months ago

When my friends and I decided to be tourists in our own state for a change, it was the best road trip ever! We had to add this to the list… Definitely worth the visit! I’ll never forget our visit there… It helped us understand the influence of JFK and why this might have happened… it left an impact on us.


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Dallas Museum of Art

Address: 1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA

Main Phone: (214) 922-1200

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Latitude: 32.7882436

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Did you know that Dallas Museum of Art rates 4.7/5 based on 8300 total ratings?

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Kelsey Erickson

Kelsey Erickson

5/5

2 months ago

I loved this space! Super beautiful. 4 floors of exhibits. It is free for the family, unless you want to check out on of the specialized exhibits for a low cost. Detra was fantastic, I had a lovely conversation with her. She made my experience there even more lovely. Fantastic collection of rotating pieces. There is also an incredible park space out front with tons of food trucks & vibrant people to grab a quick lunch on the lawn! Would recommend a few hours here at least!!!!

Na Li

Na Li

5/5

2 months ago

I loved going to the Dallas Museum of Art. I can not believe so many time I was in Dallas and I finally made it couple of weeks ago. I had high hopes for it and mfa didn’t disappoint. The sculpture of outside of the museum building is so original, made the building very contemporary and exciting. Their collection is huge!!! I was so excited about the Chinese and Japanese hall. There are some interesting piece I had never seen anywhere else. The display of the entire museum is so artistic, the color of each collection room is unique and trendy. The flow of each section is so smooth and soothing, just makes me want to stay longer lose myself in these art works. They also have a section outdoors displaying sculptures, we spent about 3.5 hours in there and barely finished it. I definitely going back there to study them more and in details. Most important the entry fee is FREE!!! Dallas museum of art really have a way to spreading art! Bravo. Highly recommended will have to go back again.

Samuel Carrasco

Samuel Carrasco

1/5

a month ago

The museum itself is lovely. However, I cannot say the same about the staff. The staff was tracking my family and me. I literally would catch them following us. I would walk from one gallery, and once we transferred to that other gallery, the other staff would pick us up and follow. It was not until I had to use my training to throw them off that they quit following me. I would study how they [staff] would follow certain people. You need to train your staff to at least be less conspicuous about following people. Some people know they are being followed. I avoided confrontation for the simple fact I did not want to cause a scene. I was told not to get close to the paintings. Okay, I understand as an artist myself, I know. I was studying the brush strokes, but after that, we would glance and keep it moving. So, your untrained staff would not approach us complaining. *** a tip if you have the description next to the painting or artifact in Times New Roman six font, it is tough to read, and a person must get next to the piece to read the description. Maybe think about putting a glass casing around the paintings if you are pressed about people getting two feet from a painting/artifact. Also, perhaps make a description away from the piece such as a stand a distance away so that people would not have to approach so close. The wires on the ground that keep people a foot away maybe put those around the wall and perhaps just everywhere. Such as to create a DMZ *** However, I did not see the staff tell the families with kids running around sculptures anything. It made it seem as if we were being targeted for a specific reason. Overall, we are glad we did not pay and avoided giving our donations, and we will be telling people about the experience. Especially the art community in our area and hopefully they [art community] will have a better experience than us but reading other comments. I see it is common for people to complain about the same thing. I recommend seeing the Crow Museum of Asian Arts. Even though it is not the size of the Dallas art museum, the staff were welcoming, and we gladly donated to them. We will never go back to the Dallas art museum. However, let us not talk about the artifacts. If you know what I am talking about, you will know what I mean. TRAIN YOUR STAFF If you would like to reach out if you want some authentic leadership, I could tell the museum lacks that.


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Nasher Sculpture Center

Address: 2001 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA

Main Phone: (214) 242-5100

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Latitude: 32.7881824

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Did you know that Nasher Sculpture Center rates 4.5/5 based on 1282 total ratings?

Reviews for Nasher Sculpture Center
Albert Milano

Albert Milano

5/5

a month ago

One of Dallas’ few great museum experiences. It is clear that the founders built their collection with love and taste. The permanent collection is really worth seeing and the visiting shows are enlightening. To paraphrase the Daley political machine in Chicago: “visit this place early in your life and visit it often.” It is a wonderful escape from the humdrum of Dallas urban life and the other more modest experiences in Dallas.

Jody Ricottone

Jody Ricottone

5/5

a month ago

Really well done sculpture museum and park. The staff was all helpful. They had a wonderful exhibition on. The park area is beautiful and feels like an oasis in the city.

Mujtaba Rahman

Mujtaba Rahman

5/5

a year ago

highly recommended


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Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture

Address: 100 S Houston St, Dallas, TX 75202, USA

Main Phone: (214) 757-1914

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Did you know that Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture rates 4.3/5 based on 590 total ratings?

Reviews for Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture
Nate Chertack

Nate Chertack

5/5

a year ago

As a Dallas transplant, I wanted to learn more about the city and surrounding area. The Old Red Museum has some great exhibits about the history of Dallas, including many of the people, places, and events that have made it what it is today. I was impressed by how the museum had exhibits on all aspects of Dallas life, from utilities to media to religion. It’s amazing to see how far the city has come! Whether visiting or living in town, check out the visitor’s center downstairs for some great tips on new places to see around Dallas!

Paula Barnes

Paula Barnes

5/5

a year ago

The Old Red Courthouse was always magical to me visiting Downtown Dallas! The gargoyles atop are looking down and I wondered who was in there! It is masterfully built and restorations will keep it guarding the entrance to Downtown for many years!! Be sure and visit Old Red now and look at the great exhibits to learn about the making of our big city here in Dallas! Bling Blinky of Texas Shout Out: Native Dallasite! Proud Texan! Oak Cliff Raised!

John Nitis

John Nitis

3/5

a year ago

Plenty to see in upstairs galleries on history and growth of Dallas. Could have done without an argumentative attendant at front desk. He did not explain the parking validation process clearly, then coped an attitude when I asked questions. Cleaned up his act when I returned to ask more questions. Still, a good museum to visit first in Dallas.


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Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas

Address: 2010 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA

Main Phone: (214) 979-6430

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Latitude: 32.7878873

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Did you know that Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas rates 4.6/5 based on 579 total ratings?

Reviews for Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas
Liston Morris

Liston Morris

5/5

2 weeks ago

I spent a few quiet, meditative hours in the Crow Museum. Some of the sculpture in this collection in particularly awe inspiring, especially for an artist. It’s hard to imagine the hours spent mastering the techniques that were used to bring these pieces to life. They are both beautiful and complex. Make time to come breathe in this art collection.

Siddharth

Siddharth

5/5

2 months ago

My favorite museum in Dallas! Nice setting and ambience, not too big, lots of pieces in a smaller but upscale place with good lighting and piece history. There were people working there who will answer questions about exhibit pieces. The pieces were really extraordinary too! Lovely museum of art from all over Asia with a broad variety of mediums on display. All eras , ancient to contemporary. Even some old structures and doors on display. Oh and not to mention that entry is totally free!

Pharcus Winjammer

Pharcus Winjammer

5/5

3 weeks ago

Greatest permanent collection of jade art on 2nd floor in eastern temple design. 2nd and 3rd (half) floor has great natural lighting. 1st and 3rd (half) floor celebrates different genres/aspects if Asian art on rotation. Helpful friendly staff. Free to enter; donations welcome. Peaceful quiet experience.


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Dallas Contemporary

Address: 161 Glass St, Dallas, TX 75207, USA

Main Phone: (214) 821-2522

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Did you know that Dallas Contemporary rates 4.7/5 based on 225 total ratings?

Reviews for Dallas Contemporary
Isaiah Drake

Isaiah Drake

5/5

3 months ago

Wonderful. Contemporary industrial vibe. One of the best galleries I have ever visited. Highly recommend to anyone! DC shows respect to each artist on view by generously spacing the work out. Peaceful atmosphere. Many rooms with hallways.

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joshua coats

5/5

2 months ago

Super cool art gallery offering contemporary work. Big nice space, and very friendly staff. Not pretentious or snooty at all, just people who love art!

Erin Daniel (Erin)

Erin Daniel (Erin)

5/5

2 months ago

Great experience at this museum. It was our first visit and the staff was super friendly and answered our questions. The exhibits were fantastic and I loved the variety of styles. I wish there had been a paper bio or description of the pieces but otherwise fantastic.


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Dallas Scottish Rite

Address: 500 S Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA

Main Phone: (214) 748-9196

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Did you know that Dallas Scottish Rite rates 5/5 based on 20 total ratings?

Reviews for Dallas Scottish Rite
Matthew Whalin

Matthew Whalin

5/5

a week ago

Amazing architecture and history in this building. I’m so proud to be a member of the Scottish Rite and support everything they represent and the charity they provide.

texancobra1

texancobra1

5/5

a month ago

Love this place! I first joined the Scottish Rite at this site in 1988 and it was a beautiful and memorable experience!

Sugar and Whisk Baking Co.

Sugar and Whisk Baking Co.

5/5

2 years ago

Very nice venue. Speaking as a wedding vendor, we have delivered 3 wedding cakes to the venue. The parking is in the back. The walkway to the basement is slightly narrow but doable. The elevator goes up to the back of the room. Staffs were easy to work with and are super helpful.


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Laura Rathe Fine Art

Address: 1130 Dragon St #130, Dallas, TX 75207, USA

Main Phone: (214) 761-2000

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Latitude: 32.78842

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Did you know that Laura Rathe Fine Art rates 4.8/5 based on 17 total ratings?

Reviews for Laura Rathe Fine Art
Meredith Devine

Meredith Devine

5/5

2 months ago

A beautiful gallery with amazing art! Carly helped my husband and I find the perfect pieces for our home.

Damon Yousefy

Damon Yousefy

5/5

10 months ago

This is an excellent place to view and buy beautiful pieces of art. The pre-pandemic events were a lot of fun and now they have virtual viewings. Be sure to check their website for new works.

Paul Kosinski

Paul Kosinski

5/5

2 years ago

My brother and I were traveling back to Denver from San Antonio. Decided to go through Big D to see this museum even though it extended our trip by a few hours. Glad we did. The art in this studio was amazing and the person working there couldn’t have been more helpful. A bonus is they have a great view of downtown from the studio.


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Book Depository

Address: Dallas County Administration Building, 411 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75202, USA

Main Phone: (214) 747-6660

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Latitude: 32.779656

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Did you know that Book Depository rates 4.8/5 based on 192 total ratings?

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Sabrina Robinson

Sabrina Robinson

5/5

a week ago

The documented information, pictures, videos, historical artifacts and displays are presented in a well laid out, chronological manner. The spacing and lighting respectfully aid in honoring this sad and somber event in our nation’s history.

Peggy Heintz

Peggy Heintz

5/5

3 months ago

A piece of history. Very well done. Great facility. Very well done.

Candy Amos

Candy Amos

5/5

3 weeks ago

I had an amazing time. It touched my heart extremely. I would recommend everyone to visit the depository.


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Sweet Tooth Hotel

Address: 2316 Victory Park Ln, Dallas, TX 75219, USA

Main Phone: (888) 850-8718

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Latitude: 32.7858135

Longitude: -96.8091969

Did you know that Sweet Tooth Hotel rates 4/5 based on 350 total ratings?

Reviews for Sweet Tooth Hotel
Jacob A

Jacob A

3/5

3 months ago

This place is okay at best they had huge potential from what it looked like on the website when buying the tickets. However, when you get there is very underwhelming and super small. Hi would think for the price it would be larger but it’s only about 6 rooms that aren’t that big. You can see the whole thing in about 15 minutes if that.

Suanne Tumaquip

Suanne Tumaquip

1/5

3 months ago

So it’s a cool place. I just expected it to be way bigger than what it is now. And it’s way overpriced for a small place and it didn’t take too long to tour the entire thing. I definitely wished I didn’t go and spent all that money.

Yajaira Vega

Yajaira Vega

5/5

2 months ago

We went on a Saturday evening and it wasn’t too busy. We made sure to buy our tickets online. The employees were very friendly and made sure that we knew about the secret doors. It was a great place to take pictures there were a variety of rooms. It did seem a little small for the price of the tickets. At the end of the exhibit there is a cute bar where you can buy drinks. Make sure you return your glasses or you will be charged for them.


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The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection

Address: 2501 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA

Main Phone: (214) 965-1032

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Did you know that The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection rates 4.8/5 based on 242 total ratings?

Reviews for The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection
momo morris

momo morris

5/5

a month ago

Arrived at the Museum, free valet, they work off of tips. 1 building. Saint Ann’s restaurant is on the first floor, the free entry museum is on the second floor. You have to make a reservation, takes about 3 minutes to complete on your phone. I made one in the small lobby, by the concierge desk. tours are every 15-minute-is a self guided tour. Interesting and educational Museum of Samurai warriors garb and crafty iron / steel etc. craftsmanship. End of tour is a room with loads of books of Samurai warriors, culture, geography and video related to the museums subject. Very detailed craftsmanship!! I enjoyed the walk thru the museum!

Nzinga Miani Giles

Nzinga Miani Giles

5/5

a month ago

Had brunch with my daughter, granddaughters, and daughter inlaw. Nice ambience, museum with Samurai warriors and their battle armor located above the restaurant. Staff professional and inviting. Food slighty over price and tasteless without sauce.

Jason Kim

Jason Kim

5/5

3 months ago

The museum is on the 2nd floor of the building. The employees were friendly and the exhibit was clean, modern and beautiful. The exhibit is free to tour with a reservation you can place online. Well worth the experience, I’ll be back.


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Museum of Illusions

Address: 701 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX 75202, USA

Main Phone: (214) 432-1582

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Latitude: 32.7816669

Longitude: -96.8065911

Did you know that Museum of Illusions rates 4.4/5 based on 1058 total ratings?

Reviews for Museum of Illusions
Fernando Gonzalez

Fernando Gonzalez

5/5

10 months ago

What an awesome experience!! The best part was how awesome Chris was in helping taking pictures throughout the whole museum. He explained everything in detail and helped us figure out some optical illusions that we were not able to get on ourselves. Thanks for making the experience awesome Chris! He definitely deserves to get a raise or a promotion! Awesome museum!! Recommend for adults and children!!

Cristina De La Cruz

Cristina De La Cruz

5/5

2 months ago

The restrooms are clean and they have a single occupancy for women and another single occupancy for men. They let me go in before my designated time to use the restroom and then exited to get back in line once I was done. They were very accommodating and friendly. Parking was available a block away. I recommend this place. It is so much fun! All the illusions are so fun to interact with. The staff is very welcoming and are there to answer any questions, or to simply guide you to take great pictures. The place is being cleaned throughout the hour of your visit. They also have plenty of stations with hand sanitizer. Overall a great experience!

Wael Ali

Wael Ali

5/5

2 months ago

We had visitors from overseas we thought to take them out around Dallas area.it was a hot day so we were looking for indoor new place to go to. I’ve searched and museum of illusions popped and sounded like fun. We really enjoyed ourselves there. It was nice time full of fun and amusement. I’ll go back again and again for sure. As we had a few hours of clean family fun, there is also science to learn behind these illusions. All staff members were nice, friendly and very cooperative while explaining each illusion and how to take best pictures. Admission fees are decent. It is better if you go as a family you can save more and more. For parking it is downtown so it is expensive $8 to $20 per day so I’d recommend either to take train or bus and then walk a little or to target several downtown attractions around the area like Dallas aquarium for example. Hope Y’all have fun!!!


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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Address: 300 N Houston St, Dallas, TX 75202, USA

Main Phone: (214) 741-7500

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Did you know that Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum rates 4.5/5 based on 1493 total ratings?

Reviews for Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
David Jeffs

David Jeffs

5/5

a month ago

This is an experience more than a museum. An experience that links your personal experience to that of millions and brings what happened into perspective. It is one of the most engaging museums that I’ve been to and really pushes the boundaries of what a museum is. Overall it is a Great museum that is highly educational and easy to interact with. Some museums bore you with endless facts and figures, yet this one was very well designed and was engaging right from the start and all the way until the end. The subject was respected and touched upon areas that I’ve not seen in other Holocaust museums.

Rina S

Rina S

5/5

2 months ago

A very informative, beautifully laid out museum with lots to read and watch. This new museum is much better than the old one in the way that the exhibits are organized, survivor accounts, all kinds of information on the Holocaust. They also focus on other horrors that happened besides the Holocaust in other countries. I found that truly informative. Definitely recommend. Plan to spend at least half a day here.

Matt “Deadman” Green

Matt “Deadman” Green

5/5

4 months ago

Wonderful, educational, informative, and interesting are some words I would use to describe our experience here! I highly recommend visiting here to learn more about the Holocaust. Admission for us both was only $32 at $16 a piece. We purchased our tickets on their website and selected a time slot. They were still following social distancing protocols, and required a mask, but had the layout of the exhibits arranged to flow with arrows marking the way.

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