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Joined my daughter and granddaughters for the Balenciaga in Black exhibit. Lovely. My granddaughters were freaked out over the gown with ermine tails adorning the back. We also enjoyed Goya in Black and White.
I have been in this museum three times. They have wonderful paintings by remarkable artists such as Joan Miró, Matisse, Monet, Modrian.
The museum is for free. They have special exhibitions that normally cost $15-$18.
It is a great place to visit if you are...More
The only Michelangelo painting in USA- check
A great Caravaggio- also rare- maybe only 40 bonafide paintings in the world
Throw in a Lucas Cranach and a great spooky James Ensor
My day was complete with these 4 masterworks
No admission fee and free parking-...More
Even if the Kimbell were not free it would be worth your time to visit. The collection is diverse and well curated. If there is a special exhibit, you should expect to ante up about $16. The exhibitions are usually in the Renzo Piano Pavillion...More
One of the best museums in the United States, this jewel designed by Louis Kahn contains masterworks by history’s great artists including the only DaVinci in the country. In addition to its robust collection and thoughtful exhibits the Kimball boasts a fine restaurant and gift...More
Family with children/teen and friends enjoyed the Balenciaga and Goya In Black exhibits and took souvenir photos using black clothing props provided by the museum. Fun! Looked again through its precious permanent collection and enjoyed walking and sitting by the green space between the 2...More
The Kimball Art Museum is often forgotten by art history lovers who are seeking world renown treasures, but it is a treasure chest full! The museum itself is a beautiful building that is a peaceful walk through art history. Take your time and enjoy the...More
This amazing museum is FREE to the public. That means that ANYONE can have access to works by some of the world's most renowned artists. Yes, they have special collections that travel to and from the museum, and they require an admission ticket, but the...More
We walked around observing the area and some of the rock formations. We finally settled on an area close to the flowing water and sat listening to nature and conversing. It was so seren and relaxing. There were other groups doing the same thing and...More
Response from KimbellArtMuseum | Property representative |
The Kimbell has four permanent collection galleries spread between two buildings. Since you're a detailed looker, we would recommend 1.5–2 hours to explore the collection. If you choose to use an audio guide during your... More
The Kimbell has four permanent collection galleries spread between two buildings. Since you're a detailed looker, we would recommend 1.5–2 hours to explore the collection. If you choose to use an audio guide during your visit, that will tack on some time to your visit as well. Thanks for your interest, and we hope you enjoy your visit!