We are excited to welcome you to the DMA! To ensure the safest and most comfortable experience for our visitors and staff, we have updated our visiting hours, ticketing process, and safety measures across the Museum.
Please find the new information below and read our FAQ Page for more details on how we are caring for the health and well-being of all.
Wednesday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Friday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day
Free general admission entry to the DMA now requires a timed ticket secured in advance in order to maintain a limited capacity. General admission includes viewing the Museum’s collection galleries and most exhibitions.
If you would like to visit any special exhibitions requiring a paid ticket for admission, you must reserve a separate ticket once you have secured your free general admission ticket for the same date. A special exhibition ticket alone will not permit entry to the DMA.
Adult tickets to For a Dreamer of Houses are $9, with discounts for seniors, students, and military.
Adult tickets to Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris are $16, with discounts for seniors, students, and military. These tickets include entry to For a Dreamer of Houses.
DMA Members can reserve free tickets online.
- Children 11 and under are free but still require a ticket.
Visitors must reserve a timed ticket in advance of their visit.
All visitors and employees are required to wear face masks while visiting the Museum. The DMA will provide face masks to visitors without one. Refusal to wear a face mask will result in denial of entry to the Museum.
Guests not from the same household should remain at least six feet from other guests at all times.
Visitor entry to the Museum will be limited to the north entrance to control traffic flow. Visitors may depart the Museum from any of the building entries.
The DMA will require cashless transactions. Contactless payment for all transactions will be implemented.
Photography without a flash is allowed in the galleries unless otherwise indicated. But, to protect the artwork, tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks are not allowed.
Smoking and vaping are not permitted anywhere in the DMA, including outdoor Museum spaces, the DMA parking garage, and in front of the entrances.
Outside food and drink is not permitted in the DMA galleries, in the DMA Cafe, or at Socca. Visitors may bring picnics to eat on the lawn of Eagle Family Plaza, in the Sculpture Garden, and in Fleischner Courtyard. Please be considerate of those around you, and keep personal belongings, feet, and legs off seating. Outside alcohol and glass containers are prohibited.
Sketchbooks and pencils (no other art supplies) are permitted in the galleries.
For safety and health reasons, visitors should wear attire appropriate to a public facility, including shoes and shirts.
Please do not touch any work of art, including outdoor sculptures. When visiting the galleries with small children, please maintain supervision.
Fragile objects are often placed behind Plexiglas or ropes. Please refrain from touching the Plexiglas casing. If you see tape on the floor near a work of art, the tape indicates how far away you should stand from the object. A good general rule is to stand at least three feet away from a work of art.
For outside spaces:
Pets on a leash are allowed on Ross Avenue Plaza and Eagle Family Plaza. Please clean up after your pet.
Sports equipment, including soccer balls, footballs, and Frisbees, are not permitted on Eagle Family Plaza or in the Museum's outdoor gallery spaces. The use of bicycles, skateboards, and rollerblades is prohibited except on perimeter sidewalks.
Please keep the Eagle Family Plaza clean. Place all recyclables and waste in the appropriate receptacles.
- Download the Museum Guidelines for additional tips for your visit.
We appreciate your help in protecting the art for future generations to enjoy.
As a public museum, we reserve the right to use photography of any individual in our education or promotional materials displayed in print or on the internet.
DirectionsDallas Museum of Art 1717 North Harwood
Dallas, Texas 75201
Bicycle racks are available at the corner of Ross Avenue and Harwood Street.
DART to the Art
The Museum encourages visitors to use Dallas's DART rail system. Parking is available at any of DART's outlying lots. Visitors can ride the DART train to the St. Paul Station and walk north to the Museum's Ross Avenue Entrance. Plan your visit to the DMA using DART.
Downtown Dallas track improvements will affect weekend DART rail travel as of March 30, 2019. Plan ahead and learn more at DART.org/Plus.
Public Garage Hours
Monday–Sunday, 10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. (may exclude special events)
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day
For emergencies, call 214-922-1266.
Underground parking is available in the Museum’s 400-space garage on a first-come, first-served basis for a flat fee of $15, payable at time of entry. Major credit cards are accepted. Garage parking for DMA Members and Nasher Sculpture Center members is free, pending availability. Clearance in the underground parking garage is 6 feet, 8 inches high.
Access to the DMA’s underground parking garage is located off Harwood Street (one way, south).
Handicap-access parking spaces are located on Levels P1, P2, and P3 of the Museum’s parking garage.
In the event the Museum garage may be full, please review the map of nearby surface lots and garages that have reserved parking for Museum visitors. In addition to these locations, other parking exists throughout the downtown area.
For alternate parking options, visit the Dallas Arts District website.
Tours and School Visits
To adhere to social distancing guidelines, we are currently not offering tours. We will begin to re-implement them as gathering and social distancing guidelines ease. We invite you to explore our digital resources at virtual.DMA.org, including virtual tours, behind-the-scenes videos, the Uncrated blog, online access to the complete collection, and additional resources for more context on the art on view.