10 am-5 pm
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is the oldest art museum in Texas and one of the oldest museums in the western United States. The Modern was chartered on April 25,1892 as the Fort Worth Public Library and Art Gallery, but the name and mission have evolved over the years. The 25 women who founded the Public Library and Art Gallery sought to bring a different sort of culture to the historically cattle-focused city.
We celebrate our charter with free admission to the museum for the community.
Retrospective: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 125th Anniversary Archives
On view at the Fort Worth Library, Central Branch – West Wing, April 17 through July 6, 2017
The Modern wishes to acknowledge the William E. Scott Foundation for their generous support of the Museum's 125th Anniversary.