Dallas, Texas, is where big city living, history and future meet. Here you'll discover museums like the Dallas Museum Of Art and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, tranquil riverside walking trails with city views, and trendy, historic art districts.
From world-class restaurants and a lively nightlife to professional sports teams, quaint historic districts and natural beauty — you name it, Dallas has it. Whether you're walking through Bishop Arts District, through Deep Ellum, or along Commerce Street, you'll likely hear the sounds of sports fans cheering or live music.
Visit the Dallas World Aquarium, the Dallas Zoo, or the Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark for a day of adventure, wander around the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden or have a picnic at Klyde Warren Park. Historic architecture, eclectic and bohemian shops, theaters, boutiques and more can be found throughout the city and in burroughs like the Design District and popular Uptown.
Historic architecture, sleek skyscrapers and lively urban, tree-lined strips - Central Dallas is the heartbeat of the city. Discover stylish restaurants ranging from classic French to upscale American, the "Giant Eyeball" sculpture, parks featuring yoga and live performances, museums, concert venues, theaters, and more. For boutique and major retailer shops, Dallas's daily Farmer's Market and chic dining experiences visit the Main Street District and Uptown.
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A lively downtown, historic architecture and employment opportunities.
Dallas, the Lone Star State's modern metropolis hub, is located in North Texas. Here, locals enjoy a vibrant downtown with an eclectic arts scene, history, chic dining and entertainment experiences, and professional sports teams. Dallas offers plenty of employment opportunities in the downtown area and beyond at top Fortune 500 and 1000 companies, universities, and more. To enjoy the city's natural beauty, take a stroll along the Trinity River or retreat to the nearby White Rock Lake.