International Museum of Cultures

A unique cultural anthropology museum featuring contemporary peoples from around the world in an effort to promote greater appreciation and understanding of cultural differences.

You can explore cultures from around the world and learn about their unique customs and beliefs. Our museum is dedicated to promoting cultural education and understanding as a way to create a more peaceful and harmonious society.

Experience Authentic Culture

This is your chance to get up close and personal with cultures from around the world without leaving the comfort of your hometown. We have an impressive collection of artifacts from numerous countries, plus interactive displays that bring history to life. You’ll be amazed by the diversity and richness of each culture and will gain a new appreciation for humanity’s shared experiences.

Learn Something New

At the International Museum of Cultures, we pride ourselves on creating interactive exhibits that make learning fun. With educational activities designed for all ages, you’re sure to find something that captures your interest. Take a class in a foreign language or attend a lecture on global affairs. No matter what you choose, you’re bound to expand your knowledge and understanding of the world.

Celebrate Cultural Diversity

The International Museum of Cultures is proud to promote cultural understanding and celebrate our differences. Visit us to learn more about other cultures, experience their traditions, and engage in meaningful conversations about inclusion and respect. Our museum seeks to foster a greater appreciation for umanity’s many fascinating cultures and provide a platform for dialogue and collaboration between people from all walks of life.

With us, you’ll gain a new perspective on the world – one that encompasses tolerance, acceptance, and peace. So come join us at the International Museum of Cultures and discover something truly extraordinary.

411 US 67 Frontage Road Duncanville, TX 75137
Duncanville TX, 75137


Open Mon-Fri 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and 3rd Sat. 1-5 p.m.