Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas


Dallas is one of the world's biggest convention cities, and its convention center boasts more than a million sq ft of exhibit space.

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1. Pioneer Cemetery

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2. Pioneer Plaza

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For a Texas-sized photo op, or simply a sight of what claims to be the largest bronze monument on earth, head to Pioneer Plaza in the heart of Dallas…

3. Pegasus Sign

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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…

4. Magnolia Petroleum Company Building

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Completed in 1934, this landmark limestone building was the headquarters for Magnolia Petroleum (which eventually became Mobil). For decades it boasted…

5. Bank of America Plaza

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6. John F Kennedy Memorial

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You can pay your respects here to the fallen ex-president. Designed by architect Philip Johnson, the unusual monument is a roofless space with a view of…

7. Old Red Museum

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The 1892 Old Red Courthouse that houses this museum is almost as interesting as the museum’s interactive exhibits on Dallas county history. Entry includes…

8. Reunion Tower

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