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Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington

(3.2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • The only nice thing I can say is that the building itself is lovely. I have been here for two exhibits and a wedding. All three visits were made awful by the staff and volunteers. Their event coordina...  more »
  • Besides an interesting art museum they also offer children's art classes. The local school district has a large show of student art there each year that is very impressive. The shows change out on a r...  more »
  • Love this museum; its always packed with special history and notable events. Arlington Tx has an abundant of history ...a town with a few previous names, heck this town was once noted for its healing ...  more »
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  • The absolute worst venue for an event. While the building was lovely, the staff were unprofessional, rude and combative at every turn. From arriving late to scheduled meetings prior to the event, constantly changing agreed upon terms, trying to make tacky changes to the decorations, to being awful to the wedding guests and vendors. The event coordinator at the venue was just awful. The A/C didn't work properly and guests were sweating the entire time. All in all, it was a terrible experience.
  • Great little museum. Cozy not to big, they can put on an exhibit and you can really delve into the art and absorbed. You don't feel overwhelmed by seeing lots of pieces.
  • Came for the Vivien Maier exhibit and was pretty impressed. Nice to know that there's an art museum in the area.
  • This museum is not worth your time visiting the $8.00 fee is outrageous for a museum of the this size.. go to Kimbell art museum in Fort Worth Texas it's much bigger and free !!!!!!.....
  • As someone that has admired Ansel Adams work in my 35 plus years in the professional photo industry. The Arlington Museum of Art did a VERY POOR JOB of displaying his work. The lighting was so BAD that you could not see the detail and range of tones that Ansel Adams was known for. If the prints had been displayed properly, people that have not seen his work before would have seen what tonal range the Zone System gives a photo artist. Shame on AMA for displaying his work like that.