Dallas Museum of Art
Looking for a fun, entertaining yet knowledgeable experience? The Dallas Museum of Art is offering free admission to all of those art lovers. The museum want to reach the maximum amount of visitors it can especially since it is now free to go into the museum.
DALLAS (AP/CBSDFW) - After 11 years, the Dallas Museum of Art decided to make a change. The doors opened on Monday to much excitement — especially since the building is normally closed on Mondays. But this time, art lovers could get their fix for free. Museum officials celebrated the beginning of a new rewards program and free admission.
Whether stopping to stare at a sculpture or feeling moved at the sight of a painting, the museum experience can be very personal. “We’re so hooked on Super Bowl and football and everything else — which is great, it’s fantastic — but some of the things we see were the Super Bowl of those times,” said visitor George Junco. “Some of the artwork is just amazing.”
Those amazing pieces will now be easier for the world to see. The Dallas Museum of Art aims to reach more visitors than ever before, now that there is no charge to get inside the door.
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