Celebrate Asian Heritage in Dallas

Dallas is home to an expansive Asian American community, and its influences and traditions can be found all throughout the city. Enjoy a plethora of cultural neighborhoods, authentic dining options, and Asian-influenced arts and culture all over the city - there's plenty to see and experience!

Asian Heritage Events

International Soul Food Festival
Sat - Dec 04

International Soul Food Festival

THE NUMBER 1 FOOD FESTIVAL IN TEXAS IS BACK!!!! From the Curators that Brought Taste of Pan Africa & Texas Food Fest Come  enjoy food from over 30 different food vendors from Asia,...

Mar Thoma Event Center

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Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Visit these hot spots for Asian culture and influence throughout the Dallas metroplex.

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Support Asian Restaurants

Keep social distancing, eat local.

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Celebrate the Asian Community with the Crow Museum

Enjoy a month-long celebration of art, culture, cuisine and more.

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The Way of the Warrior

Inside The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai

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Asian Arts & Culture

Explore Asian Culture

Crow Museum of Asian Art | Directions

Start at the Crow Museum of Asian Art for a quiet reflection in a serene atmosphere, marveling at centuries-old artifacts or gazing at unique works of art. Located in the center of the Dallas Arts District, the museum features permanent and rotating exhibitions of arts from China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia. Look out for the wellness classes, yoga and meditation, lectures and gallery talks, frequent events and docent-led tours. The gem of the museum is the breathtaking sculpture garden, home to 15 contemporary and historical pieces peppered throughout an intricate garden of bamboo, maples, azaleas and pine trees.

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Explore the Samurai Collection

The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection | Directions

Visit the Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection, a private collection selectively amassed by the Barbier-Mueller family over the last 25 years. Centuries of artisanship are represented in the collection, with objects dating from the seventh to nineteenth centuries. Samurai masterpieces including suits of armor, helmets, masks, horse armor, and weaponry are on display in the Museum. Although the museum is currently closed, they hope to re-open soon! (Check their website and social media for updates.) 

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