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Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas
(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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  • I recently found out that this is not always good for viewing. They change out the sculptures in the garden and have new exhibits inside. So call first. But in spring or fall , when the garden is full...  more »
  • I visited on a Saturday, late morning. The Sculpture Center is not that large, you can easily view in an hour or so (more time if you plan to study the sculptures more thoroughly). There was a special...  more »
  • This is a wonderful museum, very beautiful and well arranged. The sculpture garden is not to be missed. 
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  • Amazing sculpture garden in the back. Very peaceful and nice to walk around. Wish it was a bit larger though for the price.
  • 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.
  • Always beautiful and well curated. The mix of modern and classical, both permanent and rotating exhibits, leaves something fascinating for everyone.
  • we loved it. don't miss the outdoor sculptures
  • Interesting exhibits inside but not as robust as free museums around it. Outside grounds always a bit muddy.