Ever wonder how the lady down the street got that Pink Cadillac? This is the place to learn about how Multi Level Marketing and selling make up has made several people, most notably Ms Mary Kay, very wealthy. There is interesting information here about the business, the people and the products that have made Mary Kay so well recognized. An... 更多
This museum reveals some personal details about the famed Mary Kay, while giving us a walk through Dallas history. More enjoyable than you might have thought, especially for men!
I went with a group.Beautiful building inside and out. Very large. Vast amount of pictures. Clothing that shes worn. Outfits her associate's have worn through the years. Interesting how they've changed through the years. Also her packaging has been updated constantly and on display. Nice cafeteria there also. I enjoyed
A little hard to find as the entrance was not marked and we had to ask a security guard where to go. Nothing for sale, just a self lead museum. Lots of old products and well done. A bit too much homage to the owner, seats to sit in under her photo. It is a very large museum shockingly on... 更多
I am not a customer of the product but I am a fan of unique museums. The building itself was impressive on the inside. The museum seems to he almost a shrine to the founder of the product. There were many of her personal clothes and portraits on display. The displays were very well set up and fun to see.... 更多
Five women ranging in age from early 50 to early 70, and living in various parts of Dallas, met in the impressive glass lobby this past week. We were awed with the building's beauty. We had lunch in the Mary Kay Restaurant and were delighted with the many food selections that were both tasty and affordable. After lunch we spent... 更多
Chartered Bus Trip dropped us off here and we had lovely visit. As previously mentioned the museum is small and in a corner of the lobby. There is NO gift shop. Just a tiny wall by the coffee kiosk in the cafeteria with a few items. When I finished in the Museum I walked over to see the Cafeteria and... 更多
I was in the Addison-Dallas area and had a few minutes to browse the Mary Kay Museum. It is free of charge, it is in the lobby of Mary Kay Headquarters. Ask a security guard at the desk if you have trouble finding it; this building is a huge place. The museum proper is about 900 square feet and features... 更多
Learn about the history of Mary Kay Ash herself, as well as the amazing company she founded in 1963. See the beginnings of the company and its evolution through its 52 year history. A must see for all devoted customers and Consultants.