Old Red Museum
The 1892 Old Red Courthouse that houses this museum is almost as interesting as the museum’s interactive exhibits on Dallas county...
Dealey Plaza & the Grassy Knoll
Now a National Historic Landmark, this rectangular park is south of the former Book Depository. Dealey Plaza was named in 1935 for...
You can pay your respects here to the fallen ex-president. Designed by architect Philip Johnson, the roofless room with a view of the...
Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse
Sonny Bryan's barbecue has been around in one form or another since 1910. Although the main location is obscurely located, this branch...
300 Reunion Blvd E · interesting places nearby
Reunion Tower information
What’s 50 stories high and has a three-level spherical dome with 260 flashing lights? No, it’s not a spaceship, it’s Reunion Tower, the unofficial symbol of Dallas. Get a workout by taking the steps up to the observation deck, or enjoy the sky-high panoramic view from the stunning celebrity-chef restaurant and lounge Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck . An underground pedestrian tunnel connects Reunion Tower with Union Station.