Arts and Cultural
Dallas Arts District
Spanning 68 acres and 19 contiguous blocks, the largest arts district in the nation is comprised of museums, performance halls, restaurants, churches and more.
Dallas Museum of Art
This museum ranks among the leading art institutions in the country and is distinguished by its innovative exhibitions and over 25,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years of human creativity.
Myerson Symphony Hall
Home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and one of the world's finest concert halls, Myerson hosts performances that inspire and entertain.
Points of Interest
Encompassing 66 acres, one the most beautiful outdoor attractions in Dallas showcases seasonal flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees and plant collections on serene White Rock Lake.
This renovated warehouse district features an eclectic selection of art and entertainment venues, restaurants and unique shopping.
Renovated and revitalized, downtown Dallas offers boutique shopping, lively pubs, the Dallas Farmers Market and more.
Internationally renowned as the filming location for the "Dallas" television series and known worldwide as America's most famous Ranch, the Ewing Mansion is open for daily tours.
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Chronicling the assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy, this museum also features artifacts, photographs, areas where evidence was found and eyewitness accounts of that fateful November day.
With over 200 stores, a children's play area, a skating rink and a concert series, this upscale facility offers an above-average shopping experience.
Highland Park Village
Offering an unparalleled selection of international and local retailers, Highland Park Village is a premier venue for upscale shopping in Dallas.
This premiere mall features both upscale and affordable shopping and is considered a favorite of residents and visitors alike.
Located in the heart of affluent Uptown, West Village offers a walkable shopping experience.
Sports and Entertainment
American Airlines Center
Home to the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA, the Dallas Stars of the NHL, this multi-purpose arena also features concerts and live entertainment.
Cotton Bowl Stadium
Newly renovated with state-of-the-art amenities, this stadium is home to the State Fair of Texas, the neutral-site home for two of college football's biggest games and is the centerpiece of Fair Park, an urban oasis with art deco buildings, art and architecture.
Along with serving as the home of the Dallas Cowboys, the world's largest domed structure features a retractable roof, an art museum and more.
Pizza Hut Park
This 140-acre facility hosts a variety of events, including concerts, football games, soccer tournaments and much more.
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Home to the American League's Texas Rangers, this stadium also features the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame.
Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington
This enormous amusement park features over 50 thrill rides, including 13 roller coasters, 5 water rides, family entertainment and more.
- American Heart Association
- Applied Materials
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Brinker International
- Cisco Systems
- Dallas Convention Center
- DRS Technologies
- General Electric
- Global Knowledge
- Interstate Battery
- Lennox Inc.
- Medical City
- Presbyterian Hospital
- Richardson Telecom Corridor
- Southern Methodist University
- Texas Instruments