Arts and Cultural
Gexa Energy Pavilion
The very best of live music with bands and artists on national tours.
A stunning collection that spans centuries, it focuses on the aesthetic and historical importance in Spanish art.
Meyerson Symphony Center
Since 1989, it has become a Dallas landmark and is known as a world-class concert hall, rivaling the best out there.
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
This state-of-the-art venue features Broadway productions, family shows, and concerts by such artists as Mariah Carey, Weird Al Yankovic, Toni Braxton, Jennifer Hudson, Justin Bieber, Alicia Keys, Kylie Minogue, Demi Lovato and Fort Worth native Kelly Clarkson.
Points of Interest
A fresh water lake that covers over 200 acres, it's great for boating fishing or just lounging in the surrounding park.
With 66 acres of lush plantings, including 2,800 species of azaleas alone. Most popular is Dallas Bloom, featuring more than 400,000 spring bulbs.
Dallas Convention Center
This popular venue offers more than 1 million square feet of of exhibit space and is the largest of its type in the United States.
Dallas Market Center
World's largest wholesale merchandise mart, showcasing apparel, gifts, home and garden furnishings, lighting, and floral and gourmet products.
Dallas World Aquarium and Zoological Garden
The 10 main tanks feature the aquatic life of Japan, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bahamas. Fiji, Palau, Southern Australia, the Solomon Islands, and more.
Contains 95 acres to explore with thousands of animals and a huge variety of family activities; it's the largest in the great state of Texas.
Deep Ellum District
This renovated warehouse district is located three blocks east of downtown and is known as the alternative from the "norm." It's home of fashion-forward, trend-setting style and the birthplace for many new bands.
Fair Park/Cotton Bowl/State Fair of Texas/Music Hall
Site of the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition, Fair Park boasts the world's largest collection of Art Deco exhibit buildings, art and sculpture
Frontiers of Flight Museum
Spanning from the 1920s to today, this unique museum explores all things aviation related. Here you'll notice an emphasis on Dallas' contribution to the WWII effort.
Originally constructed as a movie house, it is now a popular live music venue and was voted the very best in Dallas for two years running.
Created by renowned architect and visionary Phillip Johnson, this simple yet powerful memorial dominates a square just 200 yards from where the president was assassinated.
Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
This unique space examines the life, death, times and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
Southern Methodist University
This private university of 11,000 students is near the vibrant heart of Dallas.
White Rock Lake
This urban oasis is a 1,015 acre city lake with lots of outdoor activities, including miles of hiking and bike trails.
Cedar Springs District
The most eclectic street in Dallas, with great shopping, restaurants, bars and more.
Great upscale shopping with a wide array of stores and boutique, plus a lovely ice rink.
Upper Greenville is best known for cosmopolitan pubs, bars and restaurants. While Lower Greenville offers an assortment of one-of-a-kind shops, and outdoor dining within this well-kept 1920s neighborhood.
Highland Park Village
The outstanding venue for upscale shopping and dining in Dallas, with an unparalleled selection of international and local retailers.
Antiques, collectibles, and restaurants are all in this vibrant area.
Retail, eateries, movie theaters and even a DART station are all close by.
This premier shopping experience offers shoppers a mix of the finest in luxury retail, market exclusives and fine dining. All with wide promenades, spacious courts, water features and lush landscaping. A true destination.
Great shopping, fun bars, and even local events, it's all here.
Sports and Entertainment
American Airlines/Victory Park Center
Watch the Mavericks, Stars and Desperados play. Plus, great live music can be heard here, too.
Home to the one and only Dallas Cowboys and lots of gridiron action.
Double D Ranch
With 70 acres of fun that can accommodate large groups for an outing. Horseback riding, boating, fishing, volleyball, and more.
Lone Star Park
The excitement of quarter horse and thoroughbred horse racing, plus live music events.
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Come join in all the excitement as the Rangers slug it out.
Six Flags over Texas / Hurricane Harbor
A 212-acre park featuring awesome rides, great shows, and incredible attractions.
Dallas City Arts Festival
An annual free arts fair held in June every year.
Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Parade
This annual parade and party attracts more than 100,000 attendees with live music, floats, and much more. Held on the Saturday preceding St. Patrick's Day.
Held every Friday and Saturday in June, July and August, this famed rodeo series offers action-packed, heart-pounding, ole-fashioned western fun.
Texas Stampede Rodeo
It's the best of what the genre has to offer and a must-see when visiting the Lone Star State. All the excitement happens in November each year.
- Business Jet
- Children's Hospital
- Department of Homeland Security
- Exxon-Mobil Oil
- General Dynamics
- Jet Aviation
- Jet Linx
- Parkland Hospital
- Pegasus Bank
- SAP America
- Sara Lee/Earthgrains
- Scottish Rite Hospital
- Signature Flight
- Southwest Airlines
- UT Southwestern Medical District
- Wells Fargo