The International Museum of Cultures, Inc. is a unique cultural museum, located in Southwest Dallas, that features contemporary peoples from around the world. Exhibits include two African cultures, West Ghana and the Democratic Republic of Congo; South America; eleven countries of Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea, China, Mexico and Native American as well as an extensive display of weapons and drums from around the world. Short-term exhibits are regularly displayed in the exhibit development building.
The Museum is situated in a woodsy and scenic area on the campus of the International Linguistics Center. There is handicapped parking access on the south side of the Museum. Spanish tours are available upon advance request. Call us and book a docent-guided tour for groups of ten or more.
Travis Day Camp - Three week-long camps are offered for elementary school students from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily, days are filled with learning about cultures around the world; examining museum objects, sampling ethnic food; enjoying music, dance and exploring nature, playing games and participating in scavenger hunts and much, much more. Camps begins July 9th, 16th and 23rd. Campers will be answering the questions: How do they live, create, eat, play and learn in remote areas of the world.