About the Attraction
Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower offers visitors the only indoor/outdoor observation deck in the city with unique views of Dallas and its surrounding communities from 470 feet in the air! As it is affectionately known by locals, "The Ball" has been a staple of the Dallas skyline since 1978.
Points of Interest
Old Red Museum
Just a short walk away, Old Red Museum serves as a symbol of Dallas heritage. Built in 1892, tells the history of Dallas County through interactive exhibits and artifacts.
Located across the street from the infamous site of President John F. Kennedy's assasination, Dealey Plaza is a National Historic Landmark featuring a 3.1 acre park with a fountain and memorial areas. Located nearby are the Grassy Knoll, Sixth Floor Museum, and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza.
Originally established as the city's first factory and warehouse district in the 1920s, the West End District eventually became one of Dallas' top tourist attractions during the 1980s and 1990s with the introduction of the Starck Club, Planet Hollywood, Cinema 10 and the West End Marketplace.