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I've been visiting this museum since I was a child. We've visited museums all over the world. For a community of its size, Fort Worth has a true gem in the Kimbell. No visit to FW would be complete without a trip to this fine...More
The Kimble is remarkably different from most art museums in that the vast majority of their exhibits are owned by the Museum having been collected by gifted staff and leaders. While it has received traveling exhibits, some unique in the U.S., most come to view...More
…in both architecture and contents deserves to be judged by the very highest of standards. Despite being small, it is perfectly formed. Though the Renzo Piano building is dull and undistinguished like most Piano museum buildings it doesn’t clash with the Louis Kahn building, though...More
Free museum, except of special temporary exhibits. From out of town and so pleasantly surprised at how good the paintings were by some well known artists in a free museum. Can be done in only a couple of hours so you can squeeze it in...More
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
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!