ALL SIDES OF DALLAS
DALLAS IS A CITY WITH MANY SIDES.
That's what makes it such a great place to visit. From shopping and sports to arts, culture and southwestern cuisine, there's something here for everyone. Our new campaign, All Sides of Dallas, shows off the many great things that makes Dallas the number one visitor destination in Texas. Whether you're young and adventurous, a family on a budget, or an empty-nester exploring the world… make Dallas your next getaway.
Need some travel inspiration? Start here! Check out all the places that brought Dallas to life in the "All Sides of Dallas" commercial and print ads. Whether you're in the mood for old fashioneds or high fashion, cowboy or couture, legacy or luxury, Dallas has it all.
Deep Ellum Brewing Company
Located in Deep Ellum, this home-grown brewery offers an array of craft beers sure to satisfy whatever you're craving. They also have an impressive bar food menu, a beer garden and offer brewery tours every weekend.
Eye at the Joule
The Eye is a striking art piece that sits across from the Joule Hotel in Downtown. This 30-foot sculpture, designed by Tony Tasset, is a must-see and the perfect selfie spot.
The McKinney Avenue Trolley makes getting around Dallas easy. Explore the city with stops from Downtown to Uptown and through the Dallas Arts District – and ride for free!
Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge
A beautiful addition to the Dallas skyline, The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge sits over the Trinity River and connects Downtown and West Dallas. Walk along the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge after dinner at Trinity Groves just steps away.
Pegasus at the Omni
Find the glowing red Pegasus outside of the Omni Hotel in Downtown Dallas. One of the earliest icons of the Dallas skyline, it's a special piece of Dallas history and a great photo op.
The Dallas Zoo is the largest zoo in Texas, with 106 acres and home to over 2,000 animals. There's always something new, including the Simmons Hippo Outpost that opened in April.
The State Fair of Texas
It's the largest fair in the country, welcoming over three million visitors every year, and home to Big Tex, a bigger-than-life Cowboy. The fair runs for 24 days from September to October and offers the famous Fletcher's Corny Dog.
A trip to AT&T Stadium is a must for anyone that comes to Dallas, not just football fans. Head to the home of the Dallas Cowboys to experience a game during the season, or go for a stadium tour any time of the year.
George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
This museum, located on the campus of Southern Methodist University, highlights the life and legacy of President George W. Bush during his presidency. Make sure you take your photo behind the president's desk in a full-sized replica of the Oval Office.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
The museum is home to one of the most impressive gem collections in the U.S. and a new dinosaur species just recently discovered and only available for viewing in Dallas!
Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
Experience 360-degree views of Dallas at the GeO-Deck. The observation deck – 470 feet in the sky – includes an outdoor walkway and Halo, a digital information system that gives you the history behind Dallas' most famous landmarks and events.
Dallas Arts District
The Dallas Arts District is largest of its kind in the U.S. with 68 acres, spread over 20 blocks. The district includes The Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, home to the Dallas Opera and Texas Ballet Theater. The candy-apple-red building will quickly catch your eye and their outdoor lawn is set to enjoy both outdoor and indoor performances.
Trinity Groves, located at the base of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in West Dallas, is the destination for the ultimate foodie. You'll find everything from Spanish tapas to authentic Italian, and the view of Downtown is incredible.
Bishop Arts District
The quaint shops and restaurants of the Bishop Arts District offer an eclectic and unique experience in one of Dallas' most historic areas. Nestled in North Oak Cliff, this district is home to more than 60 boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and galleries.
Deep Ellum introduced jazz and blues to Dallas in the 1920s. The neighborhood's rich musical history still beats on in this district with an array of live music venues. The eclectic neighborhood of Deep Ellum offers a unique experience to Dallas with its quirky shops, great restaurants bars and a huge live music scene.
Texas Horse Park
Get the true Texas experience at Texas Horse Park. Take a relaxing horseback ride along the trails and see the Great Trinity Forest, the largest urban forest in the country, for yourself.
Pecan Lodge is a local foodie favorite, offering some of the best barbecue in Dallas. Travel & Leisure magazine named Dallas as a top city for barbeque in the U.S. and the daily line that forms outside this popular spot confirms that.
Truck Yard offers a unique vibe that has everything you need all in one place. With its tree house bar, a great line up of daily food trucks and large outdoor space, it's the ultimate hangout spot.
Get a great patio, a cold beer and some live music all at once at The Rustic in Uptown. Leave time to stay for dinner – the chorizo empanadas taste just like home – made from all local ingredients.
Go for authentic Italian cuisine and signature cocktails at Saint Rocco's in Trinity Groves. Don't leave without checking out the rooftop lounge for incredible views of the Dallas skyline.
Omni Dallas Hotel
Get a taste of the local flavor and stunning views of the city at this Downtown Dallas hotel. Check out the terrace pool deck during the day and the impressive restaurants just outside the hotel at night.
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Once a private residence, the Rosewood Mansion is now one of the top luxurious hotels in Dallas, with exquisite architecture and décor throughout. Go for a nightcap at the iconic Mansion Bar or dine al fresco on the picturesque terrace.
If you're looking for luxury, look no further than the Hotel Crescent Court. Check out the spa and high-end shopping options, include revered local favorite Stanley Korshak.
The Hilton Anatole is a landmark in Dallas with the largest collection of art in any American hotel. Its newest addition, Jade Waters, is a seven-acre resort pool complex featuring a leisure pool with swim-up bar, a beach-entry family pool, lazy river and luxury cabanas that's open from Memorial Weekend to Labor Day.