Dallas owes its origin to John Neely Bryan, a farmer who in 1841 built himself a hut on the banks of the Trinity River in northeastern Texas. Until after the Civil War, Dallas was overshadowed by its sister city Fort Worth, but after the coming of the railroad in 1873, it grew rapidly. Here are the list of Best Museums in dallas that you have to visit once in your life time.
Sixth Floor Museum
Amazing museum dedicated to the life and death of J. F. Kennedy. Learn more about his legacy at the place from where he was shot.
Old Red Museum
This county courthouse will remind you of a fairytale castle. The exhibits explain the history of the area from prehistory until present.
Nasher Sculpture Center
Interested in sculpture? Then don’t miss out this museum holding more than 200 pieces by the most renowned artists.
Dallas Museum of Art
Leading art museum covering practically all periods and styles of art. Highlights: South Asian Buddhist art and Reves collection.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
This museum not only presents natural history of the region, but it also explains various scientific projects in an understandable way.