When you think of getting healthy do you think of spending time in a museum? Probably not. Museums are usually thought of as educational facilities or tourist attractions. But according to research, spending time in a museum can be a great way to relax, recharge, stimulate your imagination, get your creative juices flowing, boost your mental and physical well-being, and learn about new and exotic things. Many people take the museums in their cities for granted thinking they will visit someday, but that someday never comes. Don’t let that happen to you. Whether you’re visiting or living in Forth Worth, get healthy by checking out the Kimbell Art Museum.
What: Kimbell Art Museum
Where: 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Time: Closed Mondays; Tuesday – Thursday and Saturday 10AM to 5PM; Friday Noon – 8PM; Sunday Noon – 5PM
Admission: Free; Admission for special exhibits can be viewed at: https://www.kimbellart.org/visit/hours-admission.
The Kimbell Museum is unique in many senses, but it is especially rare in that it houses a very small permanent collection. While older, larger institutions focus on broadening their collections, the Kimbell Museum focuses on quality rather than quantity. It was a purposeful decision that any work of art meet the standards of quality and importance. Prospective additions to the fewer than 350 works the permanent collection is comprised of are judged according to:
- Aesthetic quality
- Whether or not it defines a master, a period, a school, a style, or a particular area
The museum features a variety of special exhibits, but its permanent holdings include works from the third millennium B.C. to the mid-20th century. You can view works by:
- Fra Angelico
- And more
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