Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Dallas

Sixth Floor Museum

No city wants the distinction of being the site of an assassination – especially if the victim happens to be President John F Kennedy. But rather than downplay the events that sent the city reeling in 1963, Dallas g…
Top Choice Museum in Dallas

Perot Museum of Nature & Science

A sizable star of the Arts District, this striking museum opened to much acclaim in 2012. It wows both on the outside (thanks to award-winning architect Thom Mayne) and on the inside (there are six floors of wonder)…
Top Choice Gardens in Dallas

Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

On the shores of White Rock Lake, this gorgeous 66-acre arboretum showcases plants and flowers in theme gardens such as the Sunken Garden and the Woman’s Garden. Expect to see a lot of wedding parties posing for pic…
Top Choice Square in Dallas

Pioneer Plaza

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 of 40 bronze larger-than-life longhorns, amassed as if they were on a cattle d…
Park in Dallas

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 George Bannerman Dealey, a longtime Dallas journalist, historian and philanthropist.…
Museum in Dallas

Nasher Sculpture Center

Modern-art installations shine at the fabulous glass-and-steel Nasher Sculpture Center. The Nashers accumulated what might be one of the greatest privately held sculpture collections in the world, with works by Cald…
Museum in Dallas

Crow Collection of Asian Art

Enter another world in this calm, pagoda-like oasis of a museum that's nearly as remarkable for its ambience as for its rich collection of artworks from China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia, dating from 3500 BC to…
Park in Dallas

Klyde Warren Park

This innovative 5.2-acre park is an urban green space built over the recessed Woodall Rodgers Freeway. It has its own programming and, besides outdoor areas for chess, yoga, croquet and other activities, it offers p…
Landmark in Dallas

Pegasus Sign

The red neon Pegasus became a symbol of Dallas during the decades when it flew atop Magnolia Building, starting in 1934. After a couple of moves and a stint in storage, the proud neon winged horse had now been resto…
Museum in Dallas

George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum

This vast $300-million facility documents the presidency of George W Bush. Like other presidential libraries it has two missions: to allow research and to present a record of the president to the public. Exhibits in…