Things to Do in Dallas/Ft. Worth

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The AT&T Performing Arts Center is a 10-arce complex set within the Dallas Arts District. Included in the center is the contemporary, 2,300-seat... Read More

Dubbed Jerry World or Cowboys Stadium, AT&T Stadium is the home of the Dallas Cowboys. In addition to the team's football games, a variety of sporting... Read More

This 2,000-plus seat theater topped with an 80-foot dome is not only home to the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the world-renowned Van Cliburn... Read More

Located in the middle of the Fort Worth stockyards, this shop is stuffed with barrels full of sweets including old-fashioned favorites such as swirled... Read More

Study up on the history of the cattle industry from its open range days in the 1850s to the modern era of mechanized ranches and online auctions. There... Read More

This centrally located Microbrewery has a lively taproom serving classic and seasonal beer. A big hit with locals comes on Saturdays, when the brewery... Read More

Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, who pioneered preventive medicine and literally coined the term "aerobics," created the home base for his Wellness Program inside... Read More

With 66 acres of nature at your fingertips just minutes from downtown Dallas, it is no surprise that nearly a million people visit this lush landmark... Read More

Located in the heart of the city, the Dallas Farmers Market offers the freshest fruits, vegetables, meats, and dairy that the region has to offer. There... Read More

As one of the leading art institutions in the United States, the Dallas Museum of Art boasts more than 23,000 works exploring 5,000 years of history.... Read More

In 1992, Robert Ozarow moved from New York to Dallas to work for an investment bank, but two years later he launched Empire Baking Company with his wife... Read More

Since 1866, ranchers have sold and traded cattle at this market; sales reached their peak in 1944 when the stockyards processed 5,277,496 heads. While... Read More

This Fair Park venue has a 20,000-seat amphitheater that often is packed with urban dwellers who have escaped the manic rush of downtown for some good... Read More

Strange Factor: See Dallas through the eyes of an expert on JFK assassination conspiracy theories. The controversial 90-minute tour (on weekends only)... Read More

With more than 25 years of experience, American Express Travel agent Kathy Hannon specializes in both ski trips and family travel. She has in-depth... Read More

This 3.5-mile trail is Dallas's most popular place to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you are walking, running, biking, or rollerblading,... Read More

Stop in to cheerful eatery, brilliantly lit thanks to its corner located and floor-to-ceiling glass windows, to pair cheese and charcuterie boards with... Read More

Tadao Ando’s five glass pavilions form a Modernist trilogy with Louis Kahn’s Kimball Art Museum across the street and Philip Johnson’s... Read More

Named in honor of Dallas arts supporter Morton H. Meyerson, who donated $10 million toward its erection, the stunning Symphony Center is located in the... Read More

Situated in the heart of the Arts District, the Nasher Sculpture Center showcases what was once the private collection of Raymond and Patsy Nasher. The... Read More

This unique museum inspires a little curiosity in us all. The urban planning architect guru Thom Mayne made sure this was a building you would never... Read More

Open Thursday through Sunday nights only, PM Nightlife is billed as an "underground lounge" that caters to the well-heeled set. The interior is filled... Read More

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