Fun and Unique Museums in Dallas, TX
Dallas is one town with an endless number of museums. Small and big, the museums here are the perfect places to have fun while learning the city’s past and related events. Consider the following. Learn more here.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
A unique attraction and head-turning new landmark for Dallas, the Perot Museum of Nature (2012) has 11 permanent exhibit halls on five floors. This extraordinary building is designed as a giant cube over a water garden, while the facade evokes the drought-tolerant grassland of North Texas. Learn more about Explore the Best of Dallas.
Meadows Museum at the Southern Methodist University campus is home to one of the largest assemblages of Spanish art outside of Spain. The art here dates from the 900s to the present, comprising Renaissance altarpieces, massive Baroque canvases, graphic art, Impressionist landscapes, abstract painting, sketches, and sculpture.
Frontiers of Flight Museum
The Frontiers of Flight Museum has more than 30 aircraft and space vehicles on show, a portion built in the North Texas area. There are also 13 galleries and exhibits to ponder, including artifacts from the Hindenburg, lots of detail about aviators like Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart, and a full-size model of the Wright Brothers’ 1903 Wright Flyer.