Fort Worth

Vintage Flying Museum
The Vintage Flying Museum displays exhibits on the history of flying, which include historic aircraft, antique vehicles and other memorabilia. Visitors enjoy viewing the restoration process of the historic aircraft in this historic hangar.
Address: 505 NW 38th Street | Fort Worth, TX | 76106
Telephone: 817-624-1935

American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum
The American Airlines C. R. Smith Museum offers visitors a chance to have an interactive look at the history of aviation. Through exhibits, a flight simulator and educational flight activities, the visitor learns about American Airlines from its beginning to the present day.
Address: 4601 Hwy 360 | Fort Worth, TX | 76155
Telephone: 817-967-1560

Fort Worth of Science and History
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History offers a range of activities to families, school groups, and individuals. See a movie in the Omni Theater, experience the Noble Planetarium, or explore the permanent and traveling exhibits.
Address: 1501 Montgomery Street | Fort Worth, TX | 76107
Telephone: 817-255-9300

Stockyards Museum
Located in the Livestock Exchange Building in the heart of the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, the Stockyard Museum features exhibits that relate the story of Fort Worth. Originally known as Cowtown, Fort Worth has a long and varied history and the museum aims to preserve the stories of the Old West.
Address: 131 East Exchange Ave | Fort Worth, TX | 76106
Telephone: 817-625-5082 

Amon Carter Museum
The Amon Carter Museum features works of major 19th and 20th-century American artists. Pieces by legendary Westernt artists Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell are among the artwork on display.
Address: 3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard | Fort Worth, TX | 76107-2695
Telephone: 817-738-1933

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Museums - Dallas

Holocaust Museum Dallas
The Dallas Holocaust Museum is dedicated to educating visitors on the events of the holocaust, as well as promoting the memory of those who were victims of it. The museum is located in the historic West End of Dallas.
Address: 211 N. Record Street, Suite 100 | Dallas, TX | 75202
Telephone: 214-741-7500

International Museum of Cultures
The International Museum of Cultures strives to create increased awareness and appreciation for ethnic and cultural diversity in the world. Through a variety of exhibits that represent varying cultures, visitors are educated on different traditions and cultures. Exhibits include Scenes from Papua New Guinea, The Waorani of Ecuador and Nuevo Destino.
Address: 7500 Camp Wisdom Road | Dallas, TX | 75236
Telephone: 972-708-7406

Mary Kay Museum Dallas
The Mary Kay Museum explores the 30-year history of Mary Kay Cosmetics through a variety of exhibits. Diamond bar pins, diamond rings and a pink Cadillac are often seen at the museum. Open Monday through Friday from 9 am until 4:30 pm, however, a reservation is required to view the museum.
Address: 16251 Dallas Parkway | Dallas, TX | 75379
Telephone: 972-687-5720

Perot Museum of Nature and Science
With numerous exhibits, dioramas and more, the Dallas Museum of Natural History promotes learning about the natural world, specifically regarding the area and wildlife around Dallas.
Address: 3535 Grand Avenue | Dallas, TX
Telephone: 214-428-5555

Dallas Museum of Modern Art
The Dallas Museum of Art is both a responsible steward of cultural heritage and a trusted advocate for the essential place of art in the lives of people locally and around the globe. The DMA is transparent, ethical, and takes informed risks. It promotes research, dialogue, and public participation, helping to reveal the insights of artists from every continent over the last 5,000 years.
Address: 1717 N Harwood St | Dallas, TX 75201
Telephone: 214-922-1200