This is the resting place of many early Dallas settlers, with gravestones from the 1850s through the 1920s.
For a Texas–sized photo op or just a sight of the largest bronze monument on earth, head to Pioneer Plaza. Its showpiece is a collection...
Magnolia Petroleum Company Building
The red neon Pegasus became a symbol of Dallas when it first flew atop this building in 1934. It disappeared for decades before...
Boot-scoot around the floor or ride the mechanical bull from the movie Urban Cowboy at this longtime country-and-western fave.
With glittering chandeliers and drop-dead opulence, this is the top-rated hotel restaurant in the country. Gilt-tinged arches, marble...
650 S Griffin St · interesting places nearby
Convention Center information
Dallas is one of the world's biggest convention cities, and its convention center boasts more than a million square feet of exhibit space.