Dealey Plaza

Dealey Plaza is located in Dallas' historic West End. It is known best for the historic visit and assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

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The Omni

The Omni is located in the center of revitalized downtown Dallas, is connected via a sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center, and is close to downtown shops, restaurants, the Dallas Arts District and more.

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Reunion Tower

Reunion Tower is located in downtown Dallas and was built as an observation tower. It is the most recognizable landmark in Dallas and is 561 feet tall, making it the 15th-largest building in Dallas.

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Dallas World Aquarium

Dallas World Aquarium provides a world-class learning experience for just about everyone, from a simple education experience to an in-depth study of the habitat, conservation and animals.

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The Perot Museum

The Perot Museum is located in Victory Park and is Dallas’ newest museum. It is often referred to as a “world of wonder," and is a unique experience for young and old. Tantalize your brain with hands-on learning experiences and living science lessons.

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Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe Dallas is one of the best in the world. From the amazing guitar that welcomes you to the memorabilia inside, a stop at the Hard Rock Cafe is a must.

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American Airlines Center (AAC)

American Airlines Center (AAC) is located in Victory Park and is the cornerstone of the area. Victory Park has become a central meeting place full of high-end shops and fine restaurants, along with high-end living and exciting nightlife.

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Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park is a unique urban green space. It is built on 5.2-acre park (over a freeway), offers free family activities year-round, and is nestled in the heart of Dallas’ Arts District.

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$17.00

 


Dallas Museum of Art

Dallas Museum of Art houses a unique collection of over 22,000 pieces of art that span the third millennium BC to today, a Paintings Conservation Studio, fun interactive programs for kids and evening events for adults.

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Thanksgiving Square

Thanksgiving Square acts as a park, a chapel and a museum. It is a landmark space in the heart of downtown Dallas and inspires the spirit and values of giving thanks in our community, the nation, and the entire world.

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Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum is better known as the "arts district" in downtown Dallas. It houses eclectic art galleries, urban housing and food and fun that cannot be found anywhere else in Dallas.

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Dallas Farmers Market

Dallas Farmers Market offers fresh, seasonal produce from local growers. It’s also home to restaurants from Dallas’ most celebrated chefs and a mixture of local specialty and artisan food vendors.

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Neiman Marcus

Neiman Marcus in downtown Dallas was opened in 1907 by Stanley Marcus, who set the standard for luxury retail. This is the iconic flagship store and houses the Zodiac restaurant.

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Pioneer Plaza

Pioneer Plaza commemorates Dallas and its beginnings with sculptures created by Texas artist Robert Summers, representing the trails that brought settlers and the longhorn steel cattle drive to Dallas.

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West End Historic District

Dallas' West End is a vibrant district in downtown Dallas that is home to amazing food and restaurants, rooftop bars and clubs featuring live music, and abundant shopping showcasing local fare (such as boots and country and western wear).

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Dealey Plaza

Dealey Plaza

Dealey Plaza is located in Dallas’ historic West End. It is known best for the historic visit and assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

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The Omni

The Omni

The Omni is located in the center of revitalized downtown Dallas, is connected via a sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center, and is close to downtown shops, restaurants, the Dallas Arts District and more.

See Omni History & Facts

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Reunion Tower

Reunion Tower

Reunion Tower is located in downtown Dallas and was built as an observation tower. It is the most recognizable landmark in Dallas and is 561 feet tall, making it the 15th-largest building in Dallas.

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Dallas World Aquarium

Dallas World Aquarium

Dallas World Aquarium provides a world-class learning experience for just about everyone, from a simple education experience to an in-depth study of the habitat, conservation and animals.

See Dallas World Aquarium History & Facts

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The Perot Museam

The Perot Museum

The Perot Museum is located in Victory Park and is Dallas’ newest museum. It is often referred to as a “world of wonder,” and is a unique experience for young and old. Tantalize your brain with hands-on learning experiences and living science lessons.

See Perot Museum History & Facts

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Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe Dallas is one of the best in the world. From the amazing guitar that welcomes you to the memorabilia inside, a stop at the Hard Rock Cafe is a must.

See Hard Rock History & Facts

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American Airlines Center (AAC)

American Airlines Center (AAC)

American Airlines Center (AAC) is located in Victory Park and is the cornerstone of the area. Victory Park has become a central meeting place full of high-end shops and fine restaurants, along with high-end living and exciting nightlife.

See American Airlines Center (AAC) History & Facts

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Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park is a unique urban green space. It is built on 5.2-acre park (over a freeway), offers free family activities year-round, and is nestled in the heart of Dallas’ Arts District.

See Klyde Warren Park History & Facts


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Adult

 

$29.00

Senior

(65+)

$25.00

Child

(3-12)

$17.00

 


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Dallas Museum of Art

Dallas Museum of Art

Dallas Museum of Art houses a unique collection of over 22,000 pieces of art that span the third millennium BC to today, a Paintings Conservation Studio, fun interactive programs for kids and evening events for adults.

See Dallas Museum of Art History & Facts

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Thanksgiving Square

Thanksgiving Square

Thanksgiving Square acts as a park, a chapel and a museum. It is a landmark space in the heart of downtown Dallas and inspires the spirit and values of giving thanks in our community, the nation, and the entire world.

See Thanksgiving Square History & Facts

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Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum is better known as the “arts district” in downtown Dallas. It houses eclectic art galleries, urban housing and food and fun that cannot be found anywhere else in Dallas.

See Deep Ellum History & Facts

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Farmers Market

Dallas Farmers Market

Dallas Farmers Market offers fresh, seasonal produce from local growers. It’s also home to restaurants from Dallas’ most celebrated chefs and a mixture of local specialty and artisan food vendors.

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Neiman Marcus

Neiman Marcus

Neiman Marcus in downtown Dallas was opened in 1907 by Stanley Marcus, who set the standard for luxury retail. This is the iconic flagship store and houses the Zodiac restaurant.

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Pioneer Plaza

Pioneer Plaza

Pioneer Plaza commemorates Dallas and its beginnings with sculptures created by Texas artist Robert Summers, representing the trails that brought settlers and the longhorn steel cattle drive to Dallas.

See Pioneer Plaza History & Facts

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West End

West End Historic District

Dallas’ West End is a vibrant district in downtown Dallas that is home to amazing food and restaurants, rooftop bars and clubs featuring live music, and abundant shopping showcasing local fare (such as boots and country and western wear).

See Westend History & Facts