Did you know that the Dallas Arts District has a lot of free things that we can do? We visited the Dallas Museum of Art and the Crow Collection of Asian Art on our last visit, but we will be visiting again VERY soon.
We didn’t get to visit everything since a rainstorm moved in, but we will be visiting again really soon.
Things to Do for Free in the Dallas Arts District
- Dallas Museum of Art
- Crow Collection of Asian Art
- Hall Arts
- Klyde Warren Park
- One Arts Plaza
- Sammons Park
What to Eat in the Dallas Arts District?
- Center Cafe
- DMA Cafe
- Flora Street Cafe
- Jorge’s Tex-Mex Cafe
- Lark on the Park
- Method Coffee
- Murphy’s Deli
- Nasher Cafe
- Perot Museum Cafe
- Socca Mediterranean Cafe at the DMA
- Italian Ice Man (he is a street vendor in-front of the Dallas Museum of Art, he has the best Italian ice around Dallas!)
The Dallas Museum of Art
If you park in the underground parking, it will cost you $10.00 for the day. The museum’s general Admission is free but you also have the option of Special Exhibits and Late Night for additional fee’s.
Crow Collection of Asian Art
This is also another free location to visit that is partly showcased in the video above. We will be back to show more of the awesomeness of this museum in the future. Admission is Always free but donations are appreciated.
Klyde Warren Park
I feel bad that one of our favorite locations isn’t featured in the video, but then the storm hit, so we went home. Kylde Warren Park is a wonderful place to visit. Not only do you have FREE movies in the park, but they have books, games, a children’s park, dining, music Thursdays, a dog park, and more.