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Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth

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At Kimbell Art Museum see the Old Masters amid modern, architecturally designed splendor. Opened in 1972, the museum holds approximately 350 works with many examples by famous artists, including Rembrandt, Gauguin, and Matisse. The museum's permanent exhibits focus on ancient, European, Asian, pre-Columbian, and African/Oceanic art, plus a number of visiting and temporary exhibits. Book tickets online for temporary exhibits to avoid lines. You'll find audio and group tours scheduled regularly for no extra charge with an admission ticket; group tours with a guide must be scheduled. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Kimbell Art Museum by using our Fort Worth trip planning app.
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  • We loved exploring the grounds and outdoor art work as well as the indoor exhibits and architecture. We were given the most adorable art activities when we visited the museum. The children loved it...  more »
  • First class museum with original Rembrandt, Miro, etc... Even the Gift shop is exceptional. The cafeteria has some box lunches that are actually pretty good. And the admission is free! An...  more »
  • Fabulous museum. We went for the Monet exhibit and found the price to be awesome considering we were seeing MONET. The layout of the exhibit was incredible, and there were docents everywhere in case you had questions or needed a reminder. The free exhibits were pretty amazing, too! We spent about 2.5 hours wandering throughout the property. The parking garage was easy to get in and out of as well, though we were lucky to find parking in it. No worries, though. Parking seemed to be plentiful throughout campus. Nice area of Fort Worth as well.
  • I loved the Monet exhibit. I went with my daughter who has a passion for art and was inspired by the beautiful paintings. It was nice that they let us take pictures and listen to the audio recordings as we walked. The workers we very friendly and helpful. You also get to see the Renzo piano pavilion where the paintings are displayed. I can’t wait for the next exhibition. It truly was a treat that I will never forget.

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