Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Art Program
Art lovers finding themselves with a long layover in Terminal D at the DFW airport are in luck. The nation's fourth busiest airport doubles as an art museum housing an estimated $8 million art collection. The majority of the painting, sculptures, mosaics, and other air pieces are displayed throughout Terminal D and the Skytram.
One of the most popular pieces is a labyrinth made with varying sizes of colored glass. Christopher Janney's interactive sculpture, Circling is located on the south side of Terminal D. Labyrinths are traditionally used as an active calming meditation, perfect for when you hear that the plane is delayed, again.
Outside of the terminal visitors can walk through the DFW Sculpture Garden where several pieces from the Nasher Sculpture Center are displayed. Art lovers can schedule docent-led 60- or 90-minute art tours, no plane ticket needed.