Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth

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View over 3,000 pieces of art, including paintings, sculptures, and photographs from across the post-World War II movements at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Considered to be at the forefront of American modern art collections, the 25,548 sq m (275,000 sq ft) museum displays works by Picasso, Pollock, Kiefer, Rothenberg, and more, encompassing styles like Abstract Expressionism, Pop, Minimalism, Conceptualism, and Neo-Expressionism. Don't forget to notice the building, a piece of art in itself, and check out the trendy stainless-steel trees growing throughout the museum. Go to the website for a list of special events and weekly promotions. Plan to see Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and other attractions that appeal to you using our Fort Worth day trip planner.
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  • I’ve been here twice now - always great exhibits. I’m a graphic artist and can appreciate modern art even though it’s not something I dabble in. The exhibits are a good mix of “out there” and simple.....  more »
  • If you like contemporary art, this is magnificent!!! Interior spaces are beautifully designed and the art is exceptional. The water pond and outdoor sculpture is not to be missed.  more »
  • 4 stars for their wonderful view, really good food and almost affordable prices. Actually dropping $25 a head for a fancy brunch is not excessive in some circles. The food is good and the view is spectacular. If you don't go all out with drinks and desert you will spend closer to $15 per person. Use that difference on tickets to the museum. That's wonderful too.
  • A few of Monet's paintings. While looking room to room through the display, I had a $3 audio device to listen, at my leisure, to the Monet story of the paintings. I felt emotion in his paintings and then rested from the experience while grabbing a coffee and hearing beautifully played classical music ( I believe I was told from the later 1800's). While passing between buildings, there were several umbrellas set aside to save us from the constant misting and rain. I visited the gift shop, with too many creative items to list here. One thing I took home was a Monet inspired sleep mask.

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