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The main building of the Menil is still the best, although they are steadily expanding with their endless endowment inherited from heirs to the Schlumberger fortune. Don't miss this museum and park complex- hippies playing hacky sack and all. Do rent a bike and explore the area including St. Thomas…
World-class permanent collection by the artist of the same name - Menil. Other exhibits and items of interest are located within this popular museum, as well.
Absolutely free of charge, these interesting modern arts exhibits will make you think and question the world around you. A cute garden and a Rothko chapel are peaceful meditative places, the bookstore nearby offers perfect souvenirs, and the park - a recreational area for young people and artists…
World-class art surrounded by gorgeous open green space. And it's free? You can't miss Montrose's iconic art space with its newly opened addition and neighboring Cy Twombly gallery and Rothko Chapel.
Local favorite. Very diverse and eclectic private collection. If you can visit only one museum while visiting Houston, visit the Menil.
Considered one of the most important privately assembled collections of the twentieth century, The Menil Collection houses approximately 17000 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, and rare books. Masterpieces from antiquity, the Byzantine and medieval worlds the tribal cultures of…
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“This Mark Rothko Mecca is a Houston must-see. Described as "an epicenter for civil rights activists, a quiet disruption, a stillness that moves," the non-denominational spiritual space displays 14 of Rothko's great paintings. Bring a prayer, a book, or simply a curious eye. Book a free, timed ticket beforehand.”
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“Built in 1958, Mies van der Rohe's glass-and-steel pavilion, a renowned example of the International Style pioneered by the architect, changed the look of American museums—and the ways in which art is exhibited. Taking advantage of its soaring, translucent interiors, the MFAH made international news in the 1960's by displaying African figures and oceanic totems on impossibly tall pedestals that were placed among potted trees, and by suspending billboard-size canvases by Jackson Pollock and other artists from ceiling cables. Works are sometimes still displayed this way. An eerie tunnel of light by the artist James Turrell now connects the Mies building to a monumental stone addition by Rafael Moneo, which opened in 2000 and more than tripled the exhibition space in this encyclopedic museum housing more than 56,000 works. Louvered skylights bathe galleries in natural light, where blockbuster traveling exhibits are displayed. Across the street from the two edifices is the Cullen Sculpture Garden, designed by Isamu Noguchi.”
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“The best bartenders and craft drink makers in the city and in the country work here at Anvil.”
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“On the go? or need a snack? Common bond is a great little boutique bakery that has an assortment of fresh baked goods to choose from. This place make it easy for people on the go and people looking to have a bite to eat. They serve breakfast, brunch on the weekends, and dinner. ”
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“This museum has it all – a dinosaur hall, planetarium, IMAX theater, and butterfly exhibit. I’ve always enjoyed the gemstone collection. Parking can be a nightmare since the zoo is close-by. I’d Uber there instead.”
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