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  • African American Museum

    African American Museum

    3536 Grand Ave. Dallas, TX 75210
    214-565-9026 This is the only museum in the Southwestern United States devoted to the preservation and display of African American artist, cultural and historical materials. The Sculpture Garden includes the Bottle Tree. American Vision: African American Sculptors covers the 19th century to the 21st century. The museum also features Nommo, George Smith's sculpture based on a Dogon water god. More >>

  • American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum

    American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum

    4601 Highway 360 at FAA Road Fort Worth, TX 76155
    817-967-1560 Interactive exhibits, visual displays and memorabilia reveal the history of the aviation industry--with an emphasis on American Airlines. More >>

  • Amon Carter Museum

    Amon Carter Museum

    3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-738-1933 The library features an initial collection of approximately 4,000 books assembled by Amon G. Carter and has grown more than 10 times over, visitors, researchers and the casual reader are welcome. More >>

  • Arlington Historical Society

    1616 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013
    817-460-4001 The Arlington Historical Society was originally called the Cemetery Society when founded in 1887 by members dedicated to gathering and preserving historical information and items relating to the founding and growth of the city. Dedicated residents by birth or by choice continue to join the society understanding how important the past is in relationship to the present. Whether an old timer or a newcomer we invite you to become a part of our family who work tirelessly to save, restore and preserve Arlington's historical treasures. More >>

  • Arlington Museum of Art

    Arlington Museum of Art

    201 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010
    817-275-4600 The Arlington Museum of Art (AMA) seeks to provide access to art for the cultural enrichment and economic development of our community and serve to encourage and support local artists through our programs and gallery rental space. The AMA is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization administered by a board of directors and staffed mostly by volunteers. More >>

  • Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum

    600 Interstate 30 Greenville, TX 75402
    903-450-4502 The museum traces the social history of cotton from field to clothing through displays and artifacts. More >>

  • AW Perry Homestead Museum

    AW Perry Homestead Museum

    1509 N. Perry Road Carrollton, TX 75006-6122
    972-466-6380 The A.W. Perry Homestead Museum offers a glimpse of life as it was in north central Texas at the turn of the 20th Century. A.W. and Sarah (Huffman) Perry were pioneer homesteaders of Peters Colony who came to Carrollton in the year 1844 from Carrollton, Illinois. They claimed 640 acres and built a house on this farm in 1857. In 1909, their son Dewitt Perry and his wife Francis (Grimes) tore down the first house and used some of the lumber to build the present day house. This structure is now the Museum, restored in 1976 for the bicentennial. You can still find the foundation stones of the first Perry farmhouse in the backyard of the Museum. More >>

  • Black Cinematheque Dallas

    2500 Pine St. Dallas, TX 75215

    A unique film program, Black Cinematheque Dallas is the only venue in the Southwest, presenting Black films by accomplished media artists from around the world on a monthly basis. Families can enjoy documentaries, features, shorts, animation and experimental films by African American independent filmmakers as well as African filmmakers from Africa, Canada, Great Britain, and Caribbean filmmakers from Martinique, Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba, Columbia and Brazil.By featuring films from the African Diaspora, Black Cinematheque Dallas encourages discovery and discussion thus conveying to our audiences the shared kinship, rituals, history, traditions and diversity of Africans throughout the world. Through the world of film no matter how far apart our boundaries, we can all become closer and realize our united spirit. More >>

  • Kimbell Art Museum

    Kimbell Art Museum

    3333 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-332-8451 Permanent collection includes masterpieces from ancient to modern times, including works from El Greco, Picasso, Matisse, Rembrandt and Cézanne, plus pieces from Africa, Asia, Mesoamerica and the Mediterranean. More >>

  • Cattle Raisers Museum

    1600 gendy St. Fort Worth, TX 76107

  • Cavanaugh Flight Museum

    Cavanaugh Flight Museum

    4572 Claire Chennault Addison, TX 75001

  • Christian Arts Museum

    3221 Hamilton Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76107-1849

  • The Cockroach Hall of Fame

    2231 W. 15th St. Plano, TX 75075-7470

  • Confederate Air Force

    650 Ferris Road Lancaster, TX 75146-5502

  • Conspiracy Museum

    110 S. Market Dallas, TX 75202

    Presents the history of assassinations and cover-ups since 1835, including Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, J.F.K., and Martin Luther King Jr., plus Brothers: Victims of the Conspiracy, about the Robert F. Kennedy assassination. More >>

  • Creation Evidence Museum

    Creation Evidence Museum

    3102 Fm 205 Glen Rose, TX 76043
    254-897-3200 Creation Evidence Museum: Sometimes it can be fascinating to take a peek into the minds of how the other half lives (you know, like when you flip over to Fox News for a few minutes). We’re not saying you should trek all the way out to Glen Rose just to visit this pint-sized museum that purports to present scientific evidence of creationism, but it can be an interesting diversion if you’re headed in that direction. More >>

  • Dallas Childrens Museum

    2040 Valley View St. Mesquite, TX 75149

  • Dallas Firefighters Museum

    3801 Parry Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-821-1500 The station displays rare items such as a horse-drawn pumper from 1884 and a 1936 hood and ladder truck. More >>

  • Dallas Historical Society

    Dallas Historical Society

    3939 Grand Ave Dallas, TX 75210

  • The Dallas Holocaust Musuem and Center for Education and Tolerance

    The Dallas Holocaust Musuem and Center for Education and Tolerance

    211 N. Record St. Dallas, TX 75202

  • Fielder House Museum

    1616 W. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76013

  • Florence Ranch Homestead

    1424 Barnes Bridge Road Mesquite, TX 75150-4206

  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

    Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

    1600 Gendy St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-255-9300 Permanent exhibits include DinoDig, Comin' Through Cowtown, ExploraZone, Kidspace, Lone Star Dinosaurs and Hands on Science More >>

  • Frisco Discovery Center

    8004 N. Dallas Parkway Frisco, TX 75034

  • Frontiers Of Flight Museum

    Frontiers Of Flight Museum

    Lemmon Ave. and Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75235
    214-350-3600 The museum's new location looks like a airplane hangar and houses many full-sized aircraft, including the Apollo 7 Command Module (on loan from the National Air and Space Museum), plus simulators, artifacts showing the history of aviation and a kids' learning center with Jay Jay the Jet Plane and activities about flying. The Balloons and Airships exhibit features memorabilia from historical events and fantasy in the first days of flight. More >>

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