Dallas has always been a city with an appreciation for the arts and the magnificent Museum of Art is just one of many attractions located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District. From fascinating museums, concert venues and performance theatres, Dallas is home to many great cultural events and... more »
The Sixth Floor Museum and Dealey Plaza are two Dallas landmarks, both indelibly linked to one of the most tragic events in American history – the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. President Kennedy was riding in an open limousine through Dealey Plaza when shots were fired from... more »
Just minutes from downtown Dallas, White Rock Lake and the surrounding gardens and country side create an idyllic outdoor setting where nature and beauty combine to create one of the city’s most popular recreation areas. Over 5 square kilometres in size, White Rock Lake and Park offers a close-by retreat... more »
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens is one of the city’s most inviting and picturesque attractions. Over 17 hectares of manicured gardens and lush landscapes along beautiful White Rock Lake make this an idyllic setting for a long walk or picnic. The magnificent grounds, once part of an elaborate private... more »
Enjoy a fun filled day at the Dallas Zoo where over 2,000 animals from around the world can be seen and enjoyed. Over 100 acres of exotic enclosures and realistic landscapes take visitors on a journey through the wilds of Africa, the Australian outback and the lush rainforests of South... more »
Experience the exotic underwater world of the Dallas World Aquarium in downtown Dallas. This all encompassing aquarium is actually more like a zoo with fascinating exhibits from around the world ranging from sharks, colourful fish and stingrays, to magnificent birds and even Jaguars. Opened in 1992 and an accredited member... more »
A sport lover’s paradise, Dallas is home to national football, baseball, hockey and basketball teams, which have all experienced success in their respective competitions.
Some stadiums are located in the nearby town of Arlington, but you can attend basketball and hockey games right in downtown Dallas.
Despite its steady growth as one of America’s major sporting cities, Dallas has not lost touch with its cultural side. [...]