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Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas

Categories: Art Museums, Gardens, Museums, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
Observe contemporary and modern sculpture at Nasher Sculpture Center near the Dallas Museum of Art. The permanent collection includes over 300 sculptures together with paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs. You'll have the opportunity to see sculptures by renowned artists such as Picasso, Matisse, and Miro. The building itself covers over 5,110 sq m (55,000 sq ft) and was designed by Renzo Piano. Make your visit complete with lunch overlooking the garden that was designed by landscape architect Peter Walker. Use our Dallas trip itinerary planner to add Nasher Sculpture Center and other attractions to your Dallas vacation plans.
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  • Early spring is an excellent time to enjoy the sculptures in the garden or sit outdoors and enjoy lunch. The exhibits are quite relaxing and one can walk among the different museums in this location 
  • It is a very nice and relaxing place to walk or just to seat and enjoy. It has very nice sculptures and the park is close to downtown so you can program several activities. 
  • If you go to Dallas, don't miss this Museum, has a wonderful, large garden and several very interesting sculptures.
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  • It's better than I've ever been able to enjoy it. If I could spend a few hours here, in contemplation, I know I'd appreciate it more. But I'm always in and out with places to go and things to see and people to meet. I can't be the only one. Maybe if the admission price came with a shock collar that wouldn't let you leave for a set amount of time.
  • Amazing art great exhibitions. They participate in the Block Party every third Thursday in the summer, they're open till midnight with free admission. Definitely a must-see.
  • Really unique sculpture garden and displays. Take the time to walk the garden and look at all the sculptures. There are a few displays inside the building as well. Go to the basement, there is a very unique Women Soldier display there.
  • Beautiful place, wonderful staff and workers, great summer art programs
  • Apparently it's free on the first Saturday of the month - otherwise be prepared to pay a steep $10 fee. A well maintained and curated centre
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