Bath House Cultural Center
Originally named the White Rock Bath House, this center was one of the first uses of art deco architecture in the Southwest and drew in thousands of people during the 1930s. Today, instead of showers and changing rooms, the Bath House Cultural Center houses an impressive theater and two gallery spaces to showcase local artists work and performances, which are on display year-round.
Dallas Heritage Village
Located in the Cedars/ Southside neighborhood, Dallas Heritage Village exhibits a collection of original, historic structures and furnishings built in Dallas from 1840-1910. Featuring the largest collection of original buildings in Dallas, as well as plenty of interactive exhibits, memorabilia and classes, this village gives a full-on glimpse of life in Dallas during the 19th century.