The Dallas Contemporary and its collection

The Dallas Contemporary

Dallas Contemporary is a contemporary art museum situated in the Design District of Dallas, Texas. Established in 1978, the museum has been a significant part of the city's cultural landscape for over four decades. It is a non-collecting institution, focusing on presenting new and challenging ideas from regional, national, and international artists.

Visiting Hours and Admission

Dallas Contemporary is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday. One of the unique aspects of this museum is that admission is always free, making it accessible to a wide range of visitors. This policy allows everyone, regardless of their financial situation, to enjoy and appreciate contemporary art.

Location of Dallas Contemporary

The Dallas Contemporary museum is located in a 37,000 square foot building in the Design District of Dallas. This district is an emerging neighborhood situated 1.5 miles north of downtown. The museum's location in this vibrant and creative neighborhood adds to its appeal for visitors.

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The Dallas Contemporary
161 Glass St
TX 75207 Dallas

Visitor information The Dallas Contemporary

Opening hours

Monday Closed
11:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 18:00
12:00 – 17:00



$10 suggested donation


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Location & Map

161 Glass St, Dallas

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