Dallas Heritage Village
Dallas is one of the world's biggest convention cities, and its convention center boasts more than a million square feet of exhibit space.
This is the resting place of many early Dallas settlers, with gravestones from the 1850s through the 1920s.
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...
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...
Dallas Heritage Village information
Lonely Planet review
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 Texas from about 1840 to 1910. The modern skyline makes for a striking backdrop for the living history exhibits, comprised of 38 historic structures including a tepee and a Civil War–era farm.