Plan Your Trip to Dallas
Dallas has so many things to do for your next getaway, from the classics like Reunion Tower and Perot Museum of Nature and Science, to new experiences in must-see spots like Trinity Groves and the Design District. Throughout Dallas, you'll find plenty of ways to fill a one, two, or even three-day trip to Dallas with performances, restaurants, and adventures. Start planning now!
Dallas Seasonal Fun
Sunny days galore! Plan ahead for family activities, solo adventures and annual events for your next Dallas getaway, no matter the season.
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Getting To and Around Dallas
Whatever your preferred mode of transportation, Dallas has plenty of public and private options for getting to and from your destination.
The Sunny Side of Texas
Year-round sunny weather in Dallas offers predictably pleasant experiences!
The Lights are Brighter in Texas
Enjoy the many clubs, bars and restaurants that Dallas has to offer.
Stop and Stay awhile
No matter the occasion, Dallas is ready with more than 80,000 rooms and your pick of budget, boutique and luxury hotels. And no matter what neighborhood you choose to stay in, there's a great hotel waiting for your next adventure.
FAQS about Dallas
Where is Dallas located?
Dallas, Texas is located in North Texas and is the ninth most populated city in Texas.
What's the weather like?
The spring and fall seasons bring great weather to Dallas – expect warm days and some chilly nights. Summer (June – August) brings the warmest days to the area, and 100+ degree days are common. November through February brings mild to cold weather. Snow i
How do I get to Dallas?
Thanks to its central location, getting to Dallas is easy! We have two major airports (Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport) and more domestic nonstop flights than any other U.S. city.
What is Dallas famous for?
Contrary to popular belief, we're not all Cowboy boots, hats and horses. We're the city where Texan meets modern and legacy meets luxury – and we like to say it's the most Texas city in Texas. It's also the birthplace of the frozen margarita machine, so t