Springtime + Friday = Happy Hour at The Kimbell

Happy Hour at the Kimbell (Photo courtesy Kimbell Art Museum)

It’s springtime in Fort Worth – and that means Friday Happy Hour at the renowned Kimbell Art Museum.

The museum is reminding the community — and inviting new visitors — to enjoy Happy Hour from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. on Friday evenings in the Kimbell Café. Whether seated indoors or in the courtyard to enjoy “patio weather,” visitors can choose from a selection of beer, wine, and snacks for purchase. Live music by a lineup of Fort Worth-based musicians complements the experience, along with nearby access to the Kimbell’s collection of masterpieces.

The museum is open from noon to 8 p.m. on Fridays, and free parking is available in the museum’s underground garage, in the open-air Kimbell east lot, in front of the Kahn Building, and along Van Cliburn Way.

No reservations are required and members receive a 10% discount on beverages during Happy Hour. The Museum Shop is open during Happy Hour and until the museum closes. Food and drinks are not allowed in the galleries.

- FWBP Digital Partners -

On selected Fridays, the museum presents Kimbell Casual Fridays during Happy Hour with visitors invited to enjoy gallery experiences that encourage different ways of looking at art through guided conversation, sketching activities, and the occasional friendly competition.

Here’s what to know about Happy Hour at the Kimbell:

WHAT: Happy Hour at the Kimbell Café

WHERE: Kimbell Art Museum, 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard

- Advertisement -

WHEN: Most Fridays, 5–7 p.m.

DETAILS: The full music lineup can be found on the museum’s calendar of events at kimbellart.org/happyhour and includes performances by Allegro Guitar Society, Will St. Peter, Kim Platko, Andrew Skates, Maddy Montes, Tyler Brown, Luke Berger Trio, David Tribble, and more.

Prices (tax included):
Beer (bottle): $6
House wine: glass, $10; bottle, $28
Sparkling wine: glass, $12; bottle, $32
Premium wine: glass, $12; half bottle, $16; bottle, $32
Snacks and soft drinks are available for purchase, as well.

Information for this article was provided by the Kimbell Art Museum.