Plan a day to museum-hop in the city: just 20 miles from Keller are a number of notable museums that are worth the drive to Fort Worth. Here are seven that will ignite your senses and expand your mind.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
This contemporary museum is free on Sundays and half-priced Wednesdays, but the $10 regular admission makes this a steal any day of the week. Wander the two spacious floors whose open concept and concrete walls highlight provocative modern exhibits. A serene reflective pool is set against sleek architecture that is a masterpiece in itself.
Kimbell Art Museum
This world-class museum hosts a free permanent collection which includes masterpieces from renowned artists such as Rembrandt, Picasso, and Monet. Located on beautiful grounds in the Cultural District set among waterfalls, trees, and sculptures, this museum is perfect for serious art-lovers as its curators collect only objects of the highest caliber.
National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
Celebrate historical cowgirls like Annie Oakley in this small but well-worth-it museum. Get a unique taste of what living in the Wild West was like and score a video of you riding a bucking Bronco with an authentic backdrop to share with your friends.
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Perfect for both kids and adults, this museum offers a planetarium, an Omni Theater by IMAX, and exhibits exploring dinosaurs in North Texas, the history of the cattle industry, and more. Honor victims and heroes at the 9/11 Tribute exhibit which permanently houses steel from World Trade Center 1.
C.R. Smith Museum
Named after former President of American Airlines, this museum focuses on the history of flight from the company's vantage point. Learn about how aircrafts are maintained and the history of commercial aviation in America. Explore the collection of interactive displays and marvel at the Douglas DC-3 airliner.
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