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Along with big-name luxury stores and destination restaurants, downtown Dallas is adding high design to its list of attractions. Stroll through Klyde Warren Park, which provides a great vantage point for seeing the city’s architectural gems. A standout: the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, a bold, 14-story concrete structure by American architect Thom Mayne. Farther south, Santiago Calatrava’s Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge leads to the Bishop Arts neighborhood, where the French-inspired bistro Boulevardiér ($$) serves delicious steak frites. As for where to stay? Book a room at the Adam Tihany–designed Joule Hotel ($$), fresh from a $78 million renovation. —Stirling Kelso

Easy Weekend Getaways

Dallas

Along with big-name luxury stores and destination restaurants, downtown Dallas is adding high design to its list of attractions. Stroll through Klyde Warren Park, which provides a great vantage point for seeing the city’s architectural gems. A standout: the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, a bold, 14-story concrete structure by American architect Thom Mayne. Farther south, Santiago Calatrava’s Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge leads to the Bishop Arts neighborhood, where the French-inspired bistro Boulevardiér ($$) serves delicious steak frites. As for where to stay? Book a room at the Adam Tihany–designed Joule Hotel ($$), fresh from a $78 million renovation. —Stirling Kelso

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Easy Weekend Getaways

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