Nasher Sculpture Center

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General Information

Nasher Sculpture Center is a sculpture museum situated in Dallas, USA. The museum opened in 2003 in a purpose-built building designed by Renzo Piano, the purpose was for a space to display the collection of modern and contemporary sculptures gathered by Patsy and Raymond Nasher. The museum has indoor and outdoor galleries which display some impressive sculptures from many famous sculptors.

Getting there

If travelling by car, it is advised to park in the underground parking garage at the Dallas Museum of Art, this comes with a fee of 12$. If travelling by the light-rail system, get off at the ‘Pearl/Arts District’ stop, which is a short walk away.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open six days a week, Tuesday to Sunday 10am-5pm; with Monday being a weekly day of closure. Admission prices are set at 10$ for adults, 7$ for seniors, 5$ for students and free for children under 12.

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