You Can Visit 5 Amazing Dallas Museums Without Having To Put Pants On
No need to get out of bed today.
Are you bored yet? Though Dallas has had numerous city-wide "stay at home" rules being placed for only the past couple of weeks, it is starting to feel like months. Not having fun spaces to explore and be creative is starting to take a toll on some people. No need to fear, there are many Dallas museums offering virtual tours right now so you can get "out" of your home bubble and explore exhibits from across the globe right from your couch.
Local DFW favorites like the Modern, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Contemporary, and more are offering guests of their site the ability to take virtual tours through their exhibits and see some incredible art.
has an entire page on its website dedicated to activities you can do at home that will give you a break from Netflix.
The Dallas Museum of Art is giving virtual guests a tour through its. Though the exhibit is aimed to be physically interactive, adding an online form of interacting with the cool art is also exciting!
has set up their site so anyone who wishes to view the art currently hung up in the walls can do so. Take a peek at all of the colorful pieces they have on display with a glass of wine in hand.
The Modern also has some cool events planned on their Facebook page that you can check out.
The Nasher Sculpture Center has an online gallery for guests to scroll through. You can click on any piece to learn more about it!
Along with the other museums, the Kimbell Art Museum is also allowing guests to see all of their famous pieces through their website. Check out what they have on display here.
Though strolling through museums is such a fun date idea or a relaxing day out, to keep everyone safe and in their own homes, the museums will all be closed until further notice.
There's no need to be sad, for you can explore the magic through your home screens until things have cleared up and you can step out of your house again.
With a little patience and understanding, all of us Texans can get through this crisis and come out better and smarter than ever before.
Stay safe and healthy, everyone.