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  • African American Museum

    African American Museum

    3536 Grand Ave. Dallas, TX 75210
    214-565-9026

    http://www.aamdallas.org/ 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

    http://www.crsmithmuseum.org/ 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

    http://www.cartermuseum.org 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 Museum of Art

    Arlington Museum of Art

    201 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76010
    817-275-4600

    http://www.arlingtonmuseum.org 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

    http://www.cottonmuseum.com The museum traces the social history of cotton from field to clothing through displays and artifacts. More >>

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