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Arts & Culture

Crowd on lawn listening to live music at Dallas Arboretum.

Dallas delivers BIG in the arts and culture scene thanks to the largest contiguous urban arts district in the country. Start your visit in the center of the Dallas Arts District (there's several museums with free admission!) before venturing out into other neighborhoods. From galleries in the Bishop Arts District to street art in Deep Ellum, there's something in every corner of the city. And if you're looking for show tickets - you're in luck: our partnership with TodayTix gets you last-minute tickets at the best prices.


Central Dallas
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  • Deep Ellum
  • Design District
  • Downtown
  • Market Center
  • Uptown (Oak Lawn)
East Dallas
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  • Lake & Garden
  • Lower Greenville
  • Northeast Dallas (Proper)
North Dallas
  • Love Field + Surrounding Areas
South Dallas
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  • Cedars Southside
  • Fair Park
  • Oak Cliff
West Dallas
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  • Sylvan 30 + West Dallas
  • Trinity Groves

Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament


Nasher Sculpture Center

Frontiers of Flight Museum

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Dallas Museum of Art

Irving Arts Center


Crow Museum of Asian Art


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The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The …

Dallas Children's Theater

George W. Bush Presidential Center


Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & …

Fair Park

Shakespeare Festival of Dallas

Children's Aquarium at Fair Park, The


Dallas Highlights

Bishop Arts Theatre Center

Uptown Players

Magnolia Lounge at Fair Park

Latino Cultural Center

Dallas Chamber Symphony


Things To Do Spotlight

Savory Meats. Tasty Treats.

The Dallas dining scene has something for every palate. Whether you want the bold Texas flavor of smoked brisket or perhaps a crisp summer salad, Dallas chefs and restaurateurs make your dining decision one you won't regret.

4 slices of pork ribs surrounded by spices on a dark chopboard.