Unlock the magic of Dallas

Dallas is a city in north Texas where you'll find the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza which commemorates the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. In the Arts District, the Dallas Museum of Art and the Crow Collection of Asian Art cover thousands of years of art. Perhaps the most famous sports team in the USA calls Dallas home; The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League are known as “America’s Team” and the most valuable sports team in the world.

Attractions in Dallas

Tex-Mex Food
As the name suggests, Tex Mex is the Texan take on Mexican food. It's noted for its' shredded meats, ample use of cheese, and flour tortillas.
Dallas West End Historic District
Established in 1872, the historic district is now a blend of old buildings, museums, restaurants, residential living, and plenty of shopping.
Dealey Plaza
Though it's the gateway to the historic district, its' name is most associated with the place where JFK was assassinated in 1963.
Kennedy Memorial
Designed by Kennedy family friend, the memorial in Dallas was designed as an empty tomb, with the only inscribed words on it: John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Texas Barbecue
Throughout the states, various schools of barbecue have developed. Texas barbecue is comprised of largely smoked meats, though there are 4 varieties throughout the state.
Dallas Arts District
Noteworthy for its several striking architectural styles, the district is America's largest arts district and is home to several museums worth visiting.
Dallas Museum of Art
Located in the Arts District, the museum opened in 1903 and has been expanding ever since.
Nasher Sculpture Center
With over 2 acres of sprawling grounds, the sculpture center is a great place to pass a day exploring. Bring a picnic or a book and nestle in.
Crow Collection of Asian Art
An outgrowth of the Crow family's travels to Southeast Asia, Japan, and China, the museum has expanded to include three galleries.
Klyde Warren Park
A beautiful oasis Park in the center of Dallas.
Giant Eyeball
A 30-foot tall sculpture that became one of the city's most distinctive landmarks in Downtown Dallas.
The Chapel of Thanksgiving
Located in Thanks-Giving Square, the Church has a twisting white spire design that points towards the heavens.
Reunion Tower
An iconic city landmark which offers the best panoramic views of the Dallas skyline!
The Sixth Floor Museum
The exhibition chronicles the life, assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
Fort Worth
Fort Worth is the second of three cities which comprise the Dallas-Fort-Worth-Arlington Metroplex, which is considered the cultural and urban hub of North Texas.
Victory Park
Home to the Dallas Stars and Mavericks, Victory Park has no shortage of sports events, and thus tons of restaurants and activities to explore.
Pioneer Plaza
It's the largest public open space in the central business district which also hosts the iconic cattle statues.


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