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Wyndham Garden Dallas North

  • 2645 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway
  • Dallas, TX 75234 US
  • 1-972-243-3363
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Things To Do Near Wyndham Garden Dallas North

Ranked the third most prominent city in Texas and ninth in the U.S. for size, importance and all-around awesomeness, Dallas is bursting with incredible things to see, do, experience, marvel at, delight in, eat, drink and just generally appreciate. From a seemingly endless array of diverse and ever-growing neighborhoods and districts, to sports galore, to all things Texan and large, including cowboys, rodeos and race car drivers, all underscored with a courageous humility as evidenced by The Sixth Floor Museum, Dallas is not only an economic powerhouse but an out-of-this-world vacation destination. Listed below is just a sampling of some of the marvelous things to experience near this North Dallas hotel:


Arts & Cultural

The Sixth Floor Museum
Pay homage to the life, times, legacy and death of President John F. Kennedy at this museum, located on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building in Dealey Plaza, and pour over 45,000 photographs, artifacts, videos and more, just 13 miles from the Wyndham Garden Dallas North hotel.

Dallas Museum of Art
One of America's largest art collections is housed right here in Dallas at the DMA. With an impressive genealogy that spans thousands of years - ancient Mediterranean to modern, contemporary works - visitors to this incredible museum can browse through artifacts dating back to 2500 BC, which include Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Etruscan artifacts, as well as paintings, sculptures, terracotta, jewelry and so, so much more. A definite must-visit while in Dallas.

Nasher Sculpture Garden
From an architecturally innovative and breathtaking building designed by Renzo Piano, one-of-a-kind outdoor sculptures, beautiful grounds and gardens, and an impressive collection of works by renowned artists like Picasso and Rodin among others, the Nasher Sculpture Garden is a Dallas cultural gem that has rightfully earned a place as one of Dallas' top attractions. In other words, please go there!


Points of Interest

Billy Bob's Texas
Located in the Fort Worth Stockyards, Billy Bob's touts itself as "The World's Largest Honky Tonk" and with over 127,000 square feet of foot-stomping, merry-making space, it is a blissful bash for any country and western fan.

Dallas Farmer's Market
Located in the aptly named Farmers Market District of downtown Dallas, the Dallas Farmer's Market boasts not just produce and wholesale dealers, but cooking classes and workshops for those seeking to hone their culinary skills, as well as monthly yard sales, seasonal festivals and a plethora of fun and festivities to celebrate all-things-local-and-green-and-Dallas.

Dallas World Aquarium
Explore an incredible reproduction of the Orinoco Rainforest where birds like the scarlet ibis and toucans fly about freely, see the only public display of three-toed sloths in the U.S., as well as animals like vampire bats and so much more at this incredible zoo and aquarium, located in the West End Historic District of downtown Dallas.

Dallas Zoo
Established in 1888 and at 106 acres, the Dallas Zoo is both the oldest and largest zoological park in Texas and features over 2,000 animals, more than 400 species and renowned exhibits like the Gorilla Research Center, Endangered Tiger Habitat, Chimpanzee Forest and more.

Downtown Dallas
For a fabulous mix of nightlife, incredible dining, historic sites and legendary shopping, Downtown Dallas offers visitors a profusion of variety and heritage, all underscored by a cool, hip vibe.

Fair Park
Registered as a Dallas Landmark, National Historical Landmark, this recreational and educational complex is home to nine museums, six performance venues, a lagoon and carries the added distinction of having the largest Ferris wheel in North America. No visit to Dallas is complete without a visit to Fair Park, and its ethereal beauty, remarkable history and additional designation as a Great Place in America makes it a must-see, must-experience.

Farmers Branch Historical Park
For a charming glimpse into north Texan history, Farmers Branch Historical Park beckons. Tucked away on 27 acres, this outdoor museum boasts 12 historic structures - some of which date back to the 1840's - as well as educational programs, lovely gardens and moreover, a delightful diversion just minutes from our north Dallas hotel.

Fort Worth Stockyards
This 98-acre former livestock market - listed on the National Register of Historic Places and which bears the distinction of being the last standing stockyards in the US - is a major entertainment district bursting with shopping venues, nightclubs, and restaurants, most of which capitalize on the "Cowtown" image of Fort Worth, and which include legendary retailers like M.L. Leddy's, an opry, rodeo, and so much more.

The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Like all things Texan, the former Dallas Convention Center in downtown Dallas is one of the largest in the nation with over 1 million square feet of exhibit space, a 9,816-seat arena, and 1,750-seat theater and with glorious terrazzo images that detail the story of Dallas and its diverse inhabitants, is not only an incredible multi-faceted facility, but an awe-inspiring work of art.

Mesquite Rodeo
Long considered the premier rodeo of North Texas, the Mesquite Rodeo - hosted at the Resistol Arena - is the picture-perfect spot to experience professional rodeo at its best, with everything from team roping and steer wrestling, bareback bronc riding and bull riding, barrel racing and more. And if that weren't exciting enough, Mesquite Rodeo has hosted such illustrious guests as Presidents Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush and Prince Rainier III of Monaco.

The Rose Gardens of Farmers Branch
A delightful "stop and smell the roses" experience awaits you at the aptly named Rose Gardens of Farmers Branch, located within easy range of our Dallas hotel. With over 1,500 rose bushes, the scent is ambrosial, the scene picturesque: perfect for a leisurely afternoon stroll or a simple break in the day to ponder life and relax.

Sandy Lake Amusement Park
Located in Carrollton, just minutes from this Dallas North hotel, the Sandy Lake Amusement Park is a great spot to spend the afternoon with the family, enjoying rides, swimming, games, mini-golf, and loads of merriment.

Six Flags Over Texas
For a day of thrill-seeking rides and fun aplenty, take the short drive to nearby Arlington and visit one of the original Six Flags' amusement parks, and hop aboard 44 electrifying rides, 12 spine-tingling roller coasters and five hair-raising water rides!


Shopping

Dallas Galleria
For an uber chic shopping experience, the Dallas Galleria has it all: over 200 upscale shops including Nordstrom, Coach, Gucci, Michael Kors, Tiffany and Co., and more; an ice skating rink and glass vaulted ceiling modeled after the historic Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan; countless restaurants, cafés and lounges; and a great location at the intersection of I-635 and the Dallas North Tollway.


Sports and Entertainment

AT&T Stadium
Home of the much-revered Dallas Cowboys football team, the fourth-largest stadium in the NFL is located in nearby Arlington and plays host to a variety of other events, including the Cotton Bowl Classic, championship boxing, NBA basketball events, and a number of college football events.

American Airlines Center
A veritable nirvana for sports fans, the American Airlines Center plays host to the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association and the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League, as well as a myriad of concerts and special events and has received a bounty of kudos, awards and recognition for everything from design to ticket sales to top venues in the U.S. and the globe.

Globe Life Park
Located in Arlington, and a 25-minute drive from our Dallas North hotel, baseball fans flock to this 49,000+ seat stadium to cheer on their beloved Texas Rangers, an iconic American League Baseball team.

SpeedZone
Experience the thrill of dragster racing at SpeedZone, perfect for adults and kids alike with choices that include Slick Trax, Turbo Trax and Dragsters, as well as other ace amusements like mini-golf, an awesome arcade, a looping coaster and much more.

Texas Motor Speedway
NASCAR fans will thrill to the fact that they can cheer on their favorite driver just 28 miles from the Wyndham Garden Dallas North hotel at the Texas Motor Speedway, a 1.5 mile long track with 24-degree banking and seating for up to 190,000+ tried-and-true fans - the second-largest seating capacity after the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


What's Nearby - Airports and Corporate Locations


  • AT&T
  • Bank of America
  • BestCare Laboratory
  • Braun
  • Brookhaven College
  • Brookhaven Country Club
  • CCS Medical
  • CSC (Contemporary Services Corporation)
  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • Dallas Christian College
  • Dallas Convention Center
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) - 15 miles
  • Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL) - 5 miles
  • Ernst & Young
  • Essilor Group
  • Fannie Mae
  • FedEX
  • Home Depot
  • IBM
  • Ingersoll Rand
  • JW's Pipeline Interity Service
  • Maxim Integrated Products
  • Mitsubishi
  • Monitronics International
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)
  • Square D
  • Starbucks
  • Tohatsu America Corp
  • Trane Commercial Systems and Supply
  • UPS
  • Womack Machine Supply Company

Nearby Cities

  • Farmers Branch - 0.5 miles
  • Irving- 2 miles
  • Carrollton - 3 miles
  • Addison - 3.5 miles
  • Lewisville - 5.5 miles
  • Richardson - 8 miles
  • Coppell - 9 miles
  • Plano - 11 miles
  • Downtown Dallas - 12 miles
  • Grapevine - 14 miles
  • Arlington - 16 miles
  • Frisco - 18 miles

What's Nearby - Restuarants

Ranked the third most prominent city in Texas and ninth in the U.S. for size, importance and all-around awesomeness, Dallas is bursting with incredible things to see, do, experience, marvel at, delight in, eat, drink and just generally appreciate. From a seemingly endless array of diverse and ever-growing neighborhoods and districts, to sports galore, to all things Texan and large, including cowboys, rodeos and race car drivers, all underscored with a courageous humility as evidenced by The Sixth Floor Museum, Dallas is not only an economic powerhouse but an out-of-this-world vacation destination. Listed below is just a sampling of some of the marvelous things to experience near this North Dallas hotel:

  • Pappas Bros Steakhouse
  • Salt Grass Steak House
  • On The Border
  • Razzoo's Cajun
  • Carino's Italian
  • Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
  • Dickey's BBQ
  • Assorted chain fast food outlets