COVID-19 Updates from Dallas attractions

Last updated Thursday, April 2

When the time comes, Dallas is ready to welcome you. 

Dallas continues to react to the fast-moving developments during this health crisis. The safety of our visitors is our highest priority and that's why we are in close communications with our partners and county and city officials. On this page we will share the extraordinary safety measures being taken at our local Dallas attractions so you feel comfortable during your upcoming visit. We'll also share information on closures and visitation changes as we learn them. Stay safe and we will see you soon in our great city. For now, we encourage everyone to practice social distancing. 

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American Airlines Center 
All NBA and NHL games have been canceled. The following concerts have been canceled or postponed: 

  • Eagles - March 17, 2020 (postponed, date TBD) 
  • Dan + Shay - March 21, 2020 (postponed to July 31) 
  • Disney on Ice - April 2-5, 2020 (canceled)
  • Aventura - April 17, 2020 (postponed to August 1) 


AT&T Performing Arts Center
The center canceled all programs and rehearsals scheduled at the center's venues in the Winspear Opera House, Wyly Theatre and Strauss Square through at least Wednesday, April 29. The following events have been rescheduled: 

  • Black Violin - April 4, 2020 (rescheduled for February 6, 2021)
  • Hasan Minhaj - April 23, 2020 (rescheduled to June 7) 
  • Jenna Bush Hager - April 25, 2020 (rescheduled to October 4)


Avant Chamber Ballet 
Avant Chamber Ballet has cancelled all events and performances in March and April. 


The Crow Museum of Asian Art 
The museum is closed until further notice. 


Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden 
The Dallas Arboretum is closed until further notice. 


Dallas Art Fair 
Dallas Art Fair has rescheduled for October 1 - 4. 


Dallas city parks, libraries and cultural facilities
Public access is closed to all City of Dallas libraries, neighborhood cultural centers and recreation centers. The city has also closed all amenities within the park system including public water fountains, dog parks and restrooms. Open park turf areas and trails remain open. For a list of linear trails that connect multiple parks, greenbelts, schools, neighborhoods, employment centers, entertainment districts and transit centers across the city visit here


Dallas Children's Theater 
Dallas Children's Theater has canceled its next three productions: LAST STOP ON MARKET STREET, BALLONACY, AND THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE. It has also canceled its spring classes and the spring mini-session for the Academy and Musical Theater programs. 


Dallas Contemporary
The museum is closed to the public.


Dallas Heritage Village
Dallas Heritage Village is currently closed to the public.


Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
The museum is closed to the public and will postpone all events and programs through Thursday, April 30.


The Dallas Museum of Art
The museum will remain closed to the public until further notice.


Dallas Summer Musicals
Dallas Summer Musicals will postpone all remaining performances of COME FROM AWAY. The Membership Suite will also be closed during this postponement.


Dallas Symphony Orchestra
The Dallas Symphony is canceling all performances at the Meyerson Symphony Center through Wednesday, April 29.


The Dallas Zoo
The zoo is temporarily closed to the public until further notice. 


Fair Park 
All events in March are either canceled or postponed during this time. However, the park will retain daily hours of 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Please enter through Gate 5. Fair Park institution closures include: African American Museum, Children's Aquarium, Hall of State, Music Hall Box Office and Texas Discovery Gardens. Visit here for event updates. 


George W. Bush Presidential Center 
The center will close to the public effective 5 p.m. central time on Friday, March 13. This closure, directed by the National Archives and Records Administration, will last until further notice.


Klyde Warren Park 
The park will remain open during regular operating hours. Please note the park has suspended all scheduled programs and game cart operations until further notice, water features are turned off, and the Children's Park and My Best Friend's Park (dog park) are closed. 


Medieval Times
The Dallas location is temporarily closed. 


Nasher Sculpture Center 
The Nasher Sculpture Center is closed until further notice.


Perot Museum of Nature and Science
The museum is closed to the public until further notice. 


Reunion Tower
Reunion Tower is closed. 


Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza 
The museum is closed.


Sweet Tooth Hotel 
Sweet Tooth Hotel has suspended its 2020 exhibit, but in an effort to help support Dallas artists, Sweet Tooth Hotel is offering a free gift card for every gift card purchased. 100% of the proceeds will go towards paying their artists and $1 from each ticket is being donated to Warm Up America! 


Teatro Dallas
Teatro Dallas' production of Cement City, slated to open on March 26 at the Latino Cultural Center is currently postponed, and its free community picnic on April 5 is canceled. The Latino Cultural Center and all city-managed facilities are currently closed per ordinance until deemed appropriate by City staff.


Turtle Creek Chorale
The men's choir has postponed its upcoming concert series, Unbreakable, currently scheduled for March 27-29 at Moody Performance Hall. 


VisitDallas Visitor Experience Center
The Visitor Center is temporarily closed to in-person service but can still offer assistance via phone or email, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Please reach out to Sylvia or Daniel for further assistance:
Sylvia -; 972-971-6330
Daniel -; 214-663-2867

Uptown Players 
Uptown Players will be adjusting its performance schedule for the rest of the season, including its next production of Fun Home, which was scheduled to open on April 10.