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Regular Hours

Mon - TueClosed

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Neighborhoods
Lancaster Place, Central Houston, Neartown - Montrose
Categories
Museums, Places Of Interest, Tourist Information & Attractions
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Parking: Street

Bike Parking: Yes

By Appointment Only: No

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Katy1910

12/08/2011

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Overall
Great Space and Free!

This space is always enjoyable. Nice and interesting exhibits. I love the trees around the museum as well.

canwetalk

08/15/2010

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Houston Treature

The Menils left such a wonderful legacy to the people of Houston. Their namesake museum is spacious, interesting, and free. It is surrounded by the chapels, lots of greenery & trees. I wish there was a beautiful small cafe serving drinks, coffee, light snacks on/near the grounds in walking distance. I would like to see more music, such as chamber orchestras performing on the lawn or in the foyer, maybe a little more showcasing of local artists in one of the many small houses/offices surrounding the museum.

sebskal

01/28/2004

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Incredible works by Maggrite

It's amazing how many people I know who have lived in Houston for several years and have never visited this great museum. There are some great works by surrealist painter Renee Maggrite, among pieces by Warhol (yes, even have the Campbell's Soup can), and Leger. Great place to visit on a sunny Houston weekend. And don't forget to bring food to take a picnic on the park across the museum. Makes for a memorable date!

aurorarevolution

07/07/2003

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Overall
Everything you want

We love going to the Menil Collection. Romantic, fun, quiet, free . . . its everything we want in an museum.

perpetuallytreu

02/07/2003

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Overall
The Menil Is Nice

The only downside to this multi-genre museum is that the exhibits rarely change so you cant visit it that often unless your going to see one of your fave pieces.

thumbelina

11/15/2002

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Overall
world class

How fortunate for we Houstonians to have an art collection such as this housed in such a tranquil setting. We love the Menil.....there is always an intriguing exhibit.

dortiz

07/26/2002

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Art, this is it!

This place is so Inspiring! The art and scupltures were more than amazing. I found myself indulging myself with every art piece.

tinhtown

07/26/2002

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Overall
Place to relax

I reviewed its architecture in the Museum district category, so here let me say that unlike most museums this one is not at all crowded its a quiet restful place to spend some time with art and relax. Best of all its Free.

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