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...
Trammell & Margaret Crow Center for Asian Art
Enter another world in this calm, pagoda-like oasis of a museum that's nearly as remarkable for its ambiance as for its rich collection...
A historic cinema in the West Village, which shows foreign and independent films.
This classic downtown lunch spot, which has been tucked into Neiman Marcus for more than 50 years, evokes old-school Dallas. Attentive...
bounded by Bryan St, Pacific Ave & Ervay St · interesting places nearby
Thanks-Giving Square information
For all its din, drive and shopping malls, Dallas has a surprisingly quiet side – a triangular piece of prime Downtown real estate set aside for spiritual renewal and reflection. Thanks-Giving Square was established by the Thanks-Giving Foundation as a 'place where people can use gratitude as a basis for dialogue, mutual understanding and healing.'
Designed by Philip Johnson, the tranquil center includes a meditation garden, a Wall of Praise, an interdenominational Chapel of Thanksgiving and a museum of gratitude.