Things to do in Dallas
If it's football season, a Dallas Cowboys game lets you hang out with the locals. If you grew up watching soaps rather than sports, then a visit to Southfork might be the highlight of your trip. The ranch that was the Ewings' home on Dallas has a small museum dedicated to the show. Other sights to see in Dallas include:
The Arts District. On the border between Uptown and Downtown, the country's largest arts district includes the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and opera and symphony spaces.
Texas State Fair. If you are visiting in late September or October, the Texas state fair is, of course, this being Texas, one of the country's largest such fairs. Take a look at exhibitions of art and produce and then eat funnel cakes and other foods you may regret.The Sixth Floor Museum. Lee Harvey Oswald fired the fatal shots that killed President Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository and it now houses a museum that covers the events of the fateful day in November 1963, its legacy, and even the many conspiracy theories around Kennedy's assassination.
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