Kimbell Art Museum

  • 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107-2744
  • Region: Cultural District
  • (817) 332-8451
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The Kimbell's permanent collection contains holdings ranging from the third millennium B.C. to the mid-20th century, and includes major works by Fra Angelico, Velazquez, Bernini, Rembrandt, Goya, Monet, Cezanne, Picasso, Mondrian and Matisse. It is also home to Michelangelo's first known painting. The collection comprises Asian and non-Western as well as European art. The museum features special and traveling exhibits on display throughout the year. The gift shop has exhibition merchandise, art prints and posters, books, gifts, and children’s book and games. Designed by world-renowned architect Louis Kahn, the museum is often referred to as one of the most significant works of architecture of the 20th century.

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  • 100% Smoke Free: Yes
  • Alcohol Served: Yes
  • Evening Entertainment: Live music on Friday evenings
  • Family Friendly: Yes
  • Food Service:
    • Lunch
  • Handicap Accessible: Yes
  • Outdoor/Patio Seating: Yes
  • Reservations Required: No
  • WiFi Access: Yes
  • Hours of Operation: Lunch: Tu-Th, Sat 11:30am-2pm, Fri & Sun 12-2pm; Dinner: Fri 5:30-7:30pm
  • Theatre Capacity 289
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The American architect Louis Kahn (1901--1974) is regarded as one of the great master builders of the 20th century. With complex spatial compositions and a choreographic mastery of light, Kahn created... More

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A Modern Vision presents a selection of the most iconic European paintings and sculptures from The Phillips Collection, America's first museum of modern art, which opened in Washington, D.C., in 1921. More

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A Modern Vision presents a selection of the most iconic European paintings and sculptures from The Phillips Collection, America's first museum of modern art, which opened in Washington, D.C., in 1921.... More

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Permanent Collection WEDNESDAYS, 2 pm SUNDAYS, 3 pm Introducing the Piano Pavilion SATURDAYS, 2 pm More

Connect with artworks, new friends, and creative activities during Saturday workshops for children (ages 6–12) and their adult partners. Visit kimbellart.org for pricing and individual program... More

Connect with artworks, new friends, and creative activities during Saturday workshops for children (ages 6–12) and their adult partners. Visit kimbellart.org for pricing and individual program... More

Selected films chronicle the careers of six celebrated masters whose work helped to define the major European art movements of the first half of the twentieth century. Different stories highlight the... More

Museum learning begins early with this special program for young children (ages 4–6) and their adult partners. Space is limited for this free program; sign-up begins one month prior to each... More

Participants explore connections in the literary and visual arts through group discussions and special presentations on selected books. To register, call 817-332-8451, ext. 351. More

Begin the second Saturday evening of most months with great music, art, appetizers, tours, prizes, and a delicious signature cocktail (cash bar; credit cards accepted) in the Renzo Piano Pavilion.... More

This free program introduces children (ages 12 and younger) and their adult companions to fun and inspiring ways to enjoy art together. Each session features a brief gallery activity and a related... More

Selected films chronicle the careers of six celebrated masters whose work helped to define the major European art movements of the first half of the twentieth century. Different stories highlight the... More

This lecture will take the unusual stance of looking at Claude Monet’s entire pictorial career through the lens of the artist’s caricatural production. Focusing on Monet’s beginning as a graphic... More

Why would a new generation of artists—Oskar Kokoschka, Richard Gerstl, and Egon Schiele—reject the successful, sumptuous portraiture of a Gustav Klimt? What was it that compelled art, as well as... More

Designed by teens for teens, this annual event features fun and creative ways to enjoy the Museum through gallery experiences, art-making, music, food, and many more surprises. High school ID or... More

The American architect Louis Kahn (1901--1974) is regarded as one of the great master builders of the 20th century. With complex spatial compositions and a choreographic mastery of light, Kahn created... More

Participants explore connections in the literary and visual arts through group discussions and special presentations on selected books. To register, call 817-332-8451, ext. 351. More

The Mimir Chamber Music Festival proudly presents its twentieth-anniversary season from June 26 through July 7, including a special matinee performance on July 2 in the Kimbell’s Renzo Piano Pavilion,... More

Evening lectures by distinguished guest speakers, held throughout the year, address a range of topics relating to the appreciation and interpretation of art. They are free and open to the public.... More

Begin the second Saturday evening of most months with great music, art, appetizers, tours, prizes, and a delicious signature cocktail (cash bar; credit cards accepted) in the Renzo Piano Pavilion.... More

Selected films chronicle the careers of six celebrated masters whose work helped to define the major European art movements of the first half of the twentieth century. Different stories highlight the... More

Museum learning begins early with this special program for young children (ages 4–6) and their adult partners. Space is limited for this free program; sign-up begins one month prior to each... More

Selected films chronicle the careers of six celebrated masters whose work helped to define the major European art movements of the first half of the twentieth century. Different stories highlight the... More

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Casanova: The Seduction of Europe explores the 18th century across Europe through the eyes of one of its most colorful characters, Giacomo Casanova (1725--1798). More

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When Americans Samuel and Myrna Myers visited Paris in the mid-1960s, they became so enamored with the city that they decided to make their home there. This was where they built an extraordinary... More