Museums around Dallas are always trying to one-up each other. Even with all the great exhibits out there, the Dallas Museum Of Art is opening a new interactive exhibition that will completely blow you away. The multi-sensory exhibit is bringing tons of fun for all to enjoy starting this month.

The new exhibit is called Speechless: Different By Design. The entire thing is geared toward helping people communicate without the use of language. Most of the work was commissioned, so you won't be able to see anything else like it. The experience is so spectacular, you will actually be able to see sounds and feel your surroundings.

While usually you're not allowed to touch the art, this one encourages you to literally feel things out. You can sit, play on, and touch most of the art throughout the exhibit. There are rooms that you can walk into that allow you to be fully immersed into an eye-opening experience.

You'll be able to experience your senses in new and unconventional ways. One of those ways is by exploring a massive, beautifully crafter sphear. You can put your ear up to it for a one of a kind experience.

With tons of rooms to explore and plenty of unique things to look at you, won't want to miss this exhibit. You can visit the DMA for free but this exhibit is $16 for adults. The colorful and interactive display is open now until March 22 of next year.

For more awesome exhibits you might want to stop by Perot Museum of Nature and Science for tons of life sized Pixar fun coming to the metroplex next year.

Speechless Exhibit At The DMA

Price: $16

When: Now - March 22, 2020

Address: 1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, Texas

Why You Need To Go: You can explore your senses like no other with tons of unique pieces.

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