The Dallas Museum of Art in downtown Dallas showcases over 5,000 years of artistic expression, from ancient antiquities to modern masterpieces to the rich tapestry of global artistic expression.

1. The Dallas Museum of Art

Dr. Harry Robinson, Jr. and community leaders founded the African American Museum in Dallas in 1974, aiming to conserve, present, and explain African American visual art and cultural objects.

2. African American Museum

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, named after philanthropist Ross Perot, is a prominent Dallas institution specializing in natural history, science, and innovation.

3. Perot Museum Of Nature And Science

The Nasher Sculpture Centre in Dallas, Texas, houses a collection of modern and contemporary sculptures, founded by real estate developer Raymond Nasher in 2003.

4. Nasher Sculpture Center

The Meadows Museum, founded by philanthropist Algur H. Meadows in 1965, houses a vast collection of Spanish art accessible to the public through a division at Southern Methodist University.

5. Meadows Museum

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is on the sixth floor of the former Texas School Book Depository building in Dallas, Texas. The museum honours the memory of President John F.

6. Sixth Floor Museum At Dealey Plaza

The Museum of Biblical Art, founded in 1967, aims to explore biblical themes and their influence on Western art and society through diverse artistic mediums.

7. Museum Of Biblical Art

The Crow Museum of Asian Art, created by Trammell and Margaret Crow, showcases Asia's arts and cultures, showcasing their growing interest since the 1960s.

8. Crow Museum Of Asian Art

Dallas Contemporary Museum, established in 1978, is a non-collecting contemporary art museum in Dallas, Texas, showcasing innovative, thought-provoking work through temporary exhibitions.

9. The Dallas Contemporary Museum

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, located at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, aims to preserve and share the history of George W. Bush's presidency.

10. George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum

The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum in Dallas, Texas, houses a vast collection of samurai artwork and antiquities, and it is one of the largest samurai armour collections outside Japan.

11. The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum in Dallas, Texas, educates the public about the Holocaust and promotes human rights through object analysis, survivor testimony, and historical narratives.

11. The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum