Sid Richardson Museum

A landmark in downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square, the Sid Richardson Museum is enjoying a new era of popularity with major upgrades that enhance the viewing of its priceless collection of Western art, including more than 60 paintings by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell.

Beginning with the exterior, a new granite, brick and glass façade was installed to give the museum a more open and inviting look. Inside, gallery spaces were reconfigured and the building was expanded by 1,800 square feet to accommodate a new group entrance and more education space for a broadening array of programs. Upstairs, 4,000 square feet of Museum Foundation offices were renovated.

This project was a collaborative venture of Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford and DMS Architects, with HHS providing Local and Architect of Record services.