Dallas is one of the world's biggest convention cities, and its convention center boasts more than a million square feet of exhibit space.
Dallas Heritage Village
This 13-acre museum of history and architecture, set on a wooded property south of downtown, shows what it was like to live in North...
This is the resting place of many early Dallas settlers, with gravestones from the 1850s through the 1920s.
Poor David's Pub
Texas music legends Ray Wylie Hubbard, Kelly Willis, Guy Forsyth and Steve Earl have all graced the stage at this venerable old club...
With glittering chandeliers and drop-dead opulence, this is the top-rated hotel restaurant in the country. Gilt-tinged arches, marble...
1807 Gould St · interesting places nearby
Lee Harvey's information
A kitschy dive bar with a killer – sorry, pun intended – name, Lee Harvey's has really nothing to do with JFK or (thankfully) assassinations in general.