The Arts District is a district of 61, 7 acres located in the northeast of downtown. More than 13 organizations and institutions residing in the Arts District, including the Dallas Museum of Art, with its impressive collection of over 23,000 pieces of art from around the world, from antiquity to pieces contemporary pieces. You will find on display art from Africa, Europe, the ancient Mediterranean, Pacific Islands, Asia and America. Often find temporary exhibitions from around the world and are announced over a year in advance. Admission is $ 10 for adults, $ 7 for seniors, $ 5 for students and children under thirteen are free of charge.
The Natural History Museum of Dallas satisfies the curiosity of visitors about prehistoric times, with a collection of more than 280,000 specimens. It has ten permanent exhibits include Dallas during the Ice Age, Dinosaur Walk Texas and Laguna. The exhibition The Ocean Heath Dallas has a mosasaur of Oceanus, a reptile 32 feet long that swam near Dallas about 75 million years ago, and Protostega, a giant sea turtle that lived about 65 million years ago. The museum is located in Fair Park, just minutes east of downtown. Admission is $ 7 for adults, $ 6 for seniors, $ 5 for children between 13 and 18 years, $ 4 for children 3 to 12 and free for children under 3 years.