Thanks-Giving Square is a three-acre garden, museum and chapel located in the heart of downtown Dallas. The garden is an oasis for our city’s growing residential life, as well as a daily spot to hear rushing water and a respite for professionals who work in the nearby high-rise office buildings. Our chapel has a unique spiral exterior designed by world-famous architect Philip Johnson and an interior spiral of 73 stained-glass panels created by French artist Gabriel Loire. The museum is a rare compilation of historical documentation around Thanksgiving, as it takes place all over the world, but especially in the United States, dating back to the Continental Congress.
The Thanks-Giving Foundation, a Texas non-profit corporation, provides funding for and management of Thanks-Giving Square. The organization comprises Thanks-Giving Square, its Interfaith Council, Neighbors Council, annual Expressions of Gratitude Arts Competition for students in grades K-12, a full-time staff, and the support of thousands of visitors who come to the Square each year from all 50 states and more than 100 countries.
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