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Your Ultimate Holiday Shopping Guide: TX Museum Gift Shop Edition

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Wherever we go in Texas, we always make time for the museum gift shops. Our museum shops reliably have some of the most fun, unique and affordable gifts (for yourself and others) to be found. We’ve rounded up some of the best of them this year. For more shopping delight, be sure to check our events listings, as many galleries host special holiday shows this time of year (read: a great way to find small, affordable, gift-appropriate art). Happy holidays!

Shop resources:

Amon Carter Museum: (817) 989-5001, http://www.cartermuseum.org/shop

Art Museum of Southeast Texas: (409) 832-3432, http://www.amset.org/store

Blanton Art Museum: (512) 475-6406, http://blantonmuseum.org/visit/museum_shop/ Twitter: @BlantonShop

Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston: (713) 284-8272, http://www.camh.org/shop/shop-info

Dallas Museum of Art: (214) 922-1255, http://www.shopdma.org/

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft: (713) 529-4848 ext. 202, http://www.crafthouston.org/default.asp?id=104

Kimbell Art Museum: (817) 332-8451, https://www.kimbellart.org/SF/

McKinney Avenue Contemporary: (214) 953-1212, http://www.the-mac.org/TheMacStore

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: (713) 639-7360,  https://ecommerce.mfah.org/retail-banner.aspx

Nasher Sculpture Center: (214) 242-5110, http://www.nashersculpturecenter.org/Store

Webb Gallery*: (972) 938-8085, http://www.webbartgallery.com/

Women and Their Work shop: (512) 477-1064, http://www.womenandtheirwork.org/shoponline_at_watw.html


*OK, Webb Gallery is not, technically speaking, a museum gift store. We include them because their space is museum-like, in Waxahachie, and one of the best things in the Texas art scene.


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