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While Kimbell is relatively small, a visit requires a bit of preparation since many exhibits are now held at the Pavillion and you have two excellent exhibit areas to consider and allocate time for. Be sure to review Kimbell's website before going as current exhibits...More
The permanent collection offers quintessential examples of art from 2500+BC to the 20th Century. This was my third visit and I was as inspired and impressed as ever. A special exhibit of Balenciaga coture was special indeed, but with black backgrounds and dim lighting, the...More
As I said we love visiting the Kimbell and do so two to three times a year. Especially when they-have international artists
This time it was Balenciaga in Black, also Goya in Black and White. The display could not have been better. Easy to follow...More
Be sure to ask for a free self-guided tour wand. It makes learning about the art much more fun and interactive. Wear comfy shoes, don't be in a rush as you can easily spend hours here learning about so many magnificent pieces.
Excellent exhibits of Impressionism, Contemporary and Global sculptures. The ambiance is perfect & conducive to view and read information leisurely. The gift shop is full of interesting and good priced findings. A must see in Fort Worth
The Kimbell in Fort Worth can more than hold its own with the world's other finest smaller museums. Blessed with an enormous endowment and extraordinary curatorial taste and knowledge, the museum is able to compete with museums many times larger for the best examples of...More
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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!