This museum offers a wide variety of collections that will keep you entertained for hours, not to mention the two buildings are connected by a giant trippy light tunnel that will make you have some major Space Mountain flashbacks. One of my favorite sections was the Europe and North American portions, just because I got to see some of my favorite artists. I was also impressed at some of the Egyptian pieces they had, I believe the oldest date I saw was around 2000 B.C. which is incredible! The only semi-bummer factor was that you aren't allowed to take photographs in the majority of the museum, so always make sure to ask before you shoot.
Some tips for visiting:
-If you're a student and you have a valid ID (doesn't have to be in Texas) your ticket is only $7.50
-They also have senior, youth, and child discounts as well as FREE admission every Thursday if you can make it then.
-There are two free parking lots near the museum and there's always usually spaces available.
-There is a cafe in the Museum but I would suggest either eating somewhere local in the nearby area or going across the street to the food trucks in the parking lot.
Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, Monet