Dallas Museum of Art/Tut Exhibit

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    Dallas Museum of Art/Tut Exhibit

    I will be going to the Tut Exhibit in the next few days. Does anyone in Texas know if the Dallas Museum of Art is posted with a 30.06 sign?

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    It hasn't been in years past. I've not been in a couple of years.

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    Check the www.texaschlforum they have a 30.06 section that people list places that are off limits.I wouldn't go in without carrying ,you ever seen those mummy movies
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    Thanks. I will check there.
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    Parking tip:

    Don't pay for parking accross the street at ground level. Park under the museum and get it validated when you leave. I had to go there for an art class assignment. I didn't go to the tut exhibit, but I really enjoyed the rest of the museum.

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    I went to see this exhibit over Christmas, and had the same question. This is the response I got when I asked their public relations head.

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...t-ccws-ok.html

    Short story is that they are not posted and do allow CCW. I carried through the exhibit without incident, and there were no metal detectors or signs anywhere. The rent-a-cop at the front glanced into my girlfriend's purse, and that was it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob The Great View Post
    I went to see this exhibit over Christmas, and had the same question. This is the response I got when I asked their public relations head.

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...t-ccws-ok.html

    Short story is that they are not posted and do allow CCW. I carried through the exhibit without incident, and there were no metal detectors or signs anywhere. The rent-a-cop at the front glanced into my girlfriend's purse, and that was it.
    Thanks! That's great to hear.
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    A governing entity can not use the 30.06 restriction. If the building is owned or leased by Dallas County or the City of Dallas they can not post under PC 30.06
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    Kinda off topic but got to see the exhibit in the musuem in Cairo, Egypt which was pretty neat.
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    Saw the Tut exhibit in England over 30 years ago
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    Dallas Museum of Art

    My family and I are planning to visit this weekend. I emailed ahead to find out about their policy and I didn't receive a response so I called and talked to a woman who was polite but said "Leave it in the car there are signs posted on all our doors. " I'm still planning to visit so I'll check out these signs.

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    Last time I went to a Tut exhibit, there were armed guards to protect the items. Don't know if they'd have protected the visitors...
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