Crow Collection of Asian Art
This exquisite collection of Asian art anchors the bottom floor of the Trammell Crow building downtown. The Crow family has been collecting Asian art since the 1960s and has amassed an impressive collection of pieces dating from 3500 BC to the early 20th century. Works come from China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia, from small Chinese jade pieces to an Indian bardari, a gazebo created for relaxation and meditation. Take a moment to treasure the hall of paper cranes crafted in various sizes and colors.
Admission to the museum is free, though donations are suggested. Free tours take place Thursday at 6:30 pm and Saturday at 1 pm. Check the website for special events and family days.