Creative Museum Exhibit Solutions

We are Museum Arts, Inc., a team of professional designers and master craftsmen who specialize in exhibit design, fabrication, and installation.

From Concept to Installation

We Make it Easy.

  • Concept Development

    When you first see our artist sketches and hand-made models of your project, everything starts to come to life. We then partner with all of your key players to create a clear plan for realizing the vision, keeping you informed every step of the way.

  • Design

    Now it’s time to design the exhibits that are going to draw in your visitors at every turn and surprise them with new and unexpected things. Everything we design is meticulously well thought-out, it fits within the overall concept, and in itself, it’s a work of art.

  • Production

    Everything we build, whether a sculptural centerpiece or an interactive solar-powered hippo, we take the time to build it right. Our master craftsmen, engineers and artists create ingenious, artful pieces that will stand the test of time and are sure to impress.

  • Installation

    We take great care right up through the end. Down to the last details of cleaning and polishing, we leave you with a gleaming exhibit that you can’t wait to show off to all your visitors and friends.


A Few of Our Favorite Projects

Texas Hockey History Center


  • Moveable Exhibits
  • Custom Mounts
  • Artifact Layout and Installation
  • Graphic Design
  • Mechanical Interactives
  • Donor Recognition
  • Interactive Timeline
  • Modular Exhibit Casework
  • Custom Finishes
  • Aluminum Fabrication
  • Stairway Graphics


  • Artifact Cases
  • Hall of Fames
  • Inset Cases
  • Interactive Exhibits
  • Artifact Mounting
  • Artifact Presentation
  • Exhibit Labels
  • Exhibit Installation
  • Design Graphics
  • Client Collaboration

Tri Delta National Fraternity

The Bay Education Center


  • Rework of Water Damaged Exhibit: Utilized existing parts of exhibits to help with budget
  • Mechanical Design/Build
  • Casting and Mold-Making
  • Message Development
  • Graphic Design
  • Riparian Interactive: Sound, Light, Mechanical
  • Children’s Area: Theming, Custom Woodwork, Mechanical
  • Nature Diorama: Theming, Graphic Design, Custom Millwork

We Go Beyond Basic Service!

If you don’t know where to get it done, call us. Maybe your project requires a miniature mechanical oil pump or a life-sized giraffe sculpture. Maybe you’re looking for high-quality signage, a hand-painted mural, or an exact replica of that antique chandelier you’ve only got one of. Our team produces creative solutions that will add that extra special touch and make yours a next-level project.

Tell Us About Your Next Project

We are committed to providing high quality solutions that creatively convey your story in memorable ways.

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Museum Arts, Inc.

2639 Freewood Drive
Dallas, TX 75220
Monday - Friday:
7am - 5pm


❝ I encourage you to reach out for a consultation. This is the fun part! It all starts with asking the right questions and getting to know you. What’s the story you want to tell? How do you want visitors to experience that story? What’s most important to you? We take all that information and brainstorm crazy creative ways to tell your story!

We look forward to learning more about you and your project.❞

Phil Paramore

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