Crow Collection of Asian Art

Crow Collection of Asian Art

2010 Flora Street,
Dallas 75201
United States
Opening Hours: Tue to Thu: 10 AM to 9 PM
Fri, Sat: 10 AM to 6 PM
Sun: 12 AM to 6 PM
Wed, Sun: 12 PM to 6 PM

The Crow collection is dedicated to the arts of China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia.

For 30 years, real estate giant Trammel Crow and his wife Margaret amassed this phenomenal collection of Asian art.

More than 300 paintings, sculptures and artifacts in this private collection are museum quality. The Crown's 1,200-piece Chinese jade collection is featured, along with second-largest impeccable crystal ball in the world. Some ancient items date from 3,500 B.C.

In the Trammel Crow Center garden above the museum, find renowned statues such as Rodin's Genius of Eternal Rest, Maillol's Nymph With Flowers and Bourdelle's Horse for Alvear Monument.

Use either the North or South exit from DFW Airport and head for Dallas. From the South exit follow Highway 183 East to Dallas. From the North exit, follow Highway 114 East through the attractive business community of Las Colinas. Highways 114 and 183 merge at the Dallas Cowboys' current stadium in Irving. Continue east. Highway 183 becomes I-35E.

After Market Center, begin to keep right. Follow the signs for Highway 75 / 45 which will take you onto a ramp up over the highway. Take the second exit, Pearl Street. The Asian Collection is on the right at the first traffic light. There is a parking lot at the intersection. Or park for free for two hours in the Crow building underground garage.
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