Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Free to the public since it originally opened in 1948, the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) features modern artwork from around the world. Its exhibits are ever-changing, so you can check out something new on every visit! It also acts as a forum for artists, and offers educational programs for all ages.
Since 1972, the museum has been housed inside the iconic stainless steel building designed by the award-winning architect Gunnar Birkerts in the center of Houston’s Museum District. Though the museum doesn’t have a cafe or restaurant, it does have a shop that offrers everything from books and catalogs to gifts, jewelry, as well as toys and games for kids.
But apparently you can forget about sharing your day on Facebook. The museum’s site says that still photography for personal use is okay (without a flash) but you can’t reproduce, distribute or sell any of your images.
Name: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Address:5216 Montrose Boulevard, Houston, Texas