80s TV Hit Dallas
President John F. Kennedy
Learn about the life, legacy and tragic death of President John F. Kennedy at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. View fascinating and stirring films, photographs, scale models and the Reading Room - the museum's extensive library of books, audiovisual resources and more.
Enjoy an exciting tour of the legendary Southfork Ranch made famous by the Ewing Family in the hit television series Dallas. You will learn interesting tidbits about the years of filming, both past and present, providing insight into the TV characters of the Ewings and how the series completely re-shaped the City of Dallas.
Dallas Arts District
VIP tour of AT&T Stadium
Take a VIP tour of AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, and stay to see America's Team in action. Or if you prefer basketball or hockey, head over to the American Airlines Center to watch the Dallas Mavericks or Dallas Stars.
World's Best Shops
No matter where you stay in Dallas, chances are you're just steps away from some of the world's best shops. Explore luxury and unique shopping at the Neiman Marcus flagship store, Highland Park Village, NorthPark Center, Galleria Dallas, The Shops at Park Lane, or West Village; if you are searching for bargain deals, visit Allen Premium Outlets, Grand Prairie Premium Outlets, Sam Moon, or Grapevine Mills Mall for impressive savings on designer outlet stores.
Explore the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, one of the most beautiful outdoor attractions on the shores of Dallas' White Rock Lake, featuring 66-acres of spectacular display gardens that showcase incredible seasonal flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees and plant collections. While there, enjoy afternoon tea or grab lunch at one of the restaurants.
Enjoy one of Dallas' many culinary experiences. Have dinner at Trinity Groves and choose from a variety of cuisine from barbecue and sushi, or book a luxury tour of artisan food from Food Tours of America.
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Take a Hike
Explore the great outdoors along the Trinity River. The Trinity River Audubon Center serves as a gateway to explore the 6,000 acres of the Great Trinity Forest including, nature trails, bird watching, hiking and so much more.