Free museums access this weekend

The Fort Worth area is rich in diverse culture. Although several are located in the Cultural District, there are others located throughout the city. Check my previous articles for an extensive listing of museums and art galleries. There are others in the area that I will be highlighting in future articles, so come back often.

If you missed the Fall Gallery Night 2012 you can still visit numerous museums free this weekend. Saturday, September 22, 2012, is designated as Fort Worth Day in the District. You can visit nine different museums all located in the cultural district. Here is a listing of participating museums:

  • Day in the District
  • Saturday, September 22, 2012
  • 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT)

Fort Worth Botanic Garden (does not include the Japanese Gardens)

Fort Worth Community Arts Center

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Kimbell Art Museum

Log Cabin Village

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

The Fort Worth Transportation Authority will provide transportation from museum to museum. In addition to museum exhibits you can enjoy free musical, dance and theater performances. Click HERE for a schedule of performances.

  • Smithsonian Museum Live Day
  • Saturday, September 29, 2012

There are numerous museums across the nation that will participate in this event. It is a day where you and a guest can visit a museum free of charge. It is free but you must obtain a ticket.

Each ticket allows one person and a guest free admission to a specific museum. Click HERE to obtain your free ticket. There are several museums in the Dallas/Fort Worth area participating in this event. Please check website for to obtain your ticket and for restrictions.

Both of these are great opportunities to visit a museum you have never been to or revisit your favorite. They are fun family friendly activities

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Combining my love of writing and live theater I began publishing with Examiner.com in 2009. Since that time I have expanded my contributions to numerous forms of live entertainment, film and much more. In July of 2016 Examiner.com shut down their website. I decided to continue exploring and sharing my adventures through my own blogging site. Becoming a resource for my audience seeking entertainment options in the DFW area is a top priority.

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