Things to do in Dallas


While many people looking for things to do in Dallas spend their time dining on Tex Mex and catching a Cowboys game, there is also a vibrant art scen... Read More

While many people looking for things to do in Dallas spend their time dining on Tex Mex and catching a Cowboys game, there is also a vibrant art scene that could take days to fully explore. In fact, the Dallas Arts District is the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation. It spans 68 acres and 19 contiguous blocks, and houses local gems like the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, the Crow Collection of Asian Art, and more.

If you’re visiting in late September or October, the Texas state fair is, of course one of the country's largest. Explore the exhibitions of art and produce, and then eat funnel cakes and other foods you may regret. Stop by the Sixth Floor Museum, which covers the life and times of JFK.

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  • AT&T Stadium

    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

  • Community Brewing Company

    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

  • Dallas Farmers Market

    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

  • Dallas Museum of Art

    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

  • Gexa Energy Pavilion

    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

  • Katy Trail

    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

  • Perot Museum of Nature and Science

    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

  • Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

    This history buff's haven is a must-stop destination for anyone fascinated by the life and death of John F. Kennedy. Thorough and mesmerizing, the... Read More

  • State Fair of Texas

    Every year, just two miles east of downtown Dallas, Fair Park hosts one of the largest state fairs in the United States: a Texas-sized affair that... Read More

  • The Dallas Opera

    Opera lovers need no excuse to visit the stunning Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House for a performance. In recent years, the Dallas Opera made this... Read More

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