Find 400 square miles full of live music, Tex-Mex and lots of sports.

Dallas, Texas, has a next-level art scene, ranging from contemporary galleries around Flora Street in the Arts District to award-winning museums like the Dallas Museum of Art. Just south of Baylor University, you’ll find dozens of music venues from Elm to Commerce Street and the House of Blues a bit farther west. For the softer side of Dallas, explore the miles of parks and green spaces that run through the center of the city — the biggest being Trammell Crow Park.

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Explore Dallas

  • Design District
  • Downtown
  • Deep Ellum
  • Uptown

Design District


With antiques shops and vintage warehouses packed with one-of-a-kind items, the Design District is a wonderland for artists and creatives. During your visit, be sure to stop by one of the local breweries, many of which offer classic arcade games.

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Antique Shops, Art Galleries

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This vast district is beloved for its extensive green spaces and booming arts and culture scene. And unlike some city centers, the area is also a happening weekend spot, thanks to its family-friendly farmers market, museums and aquarium.

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Museums, Dining, Markets

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Deep Ellum


The live music capital of north Texas has venues around every corner, with a healthy dose of theater and comedy. Dotted with murals, Tex-Mex restaurants and brewpubs, the edgy Deep Ellum neighborhood is focused on the arts and feels a world away from the inner-city buzz of downtown.

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Live Music

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Posh and cosmopolitan, this shopping hub is perhaps the hippest neighborhood in Dallas. Brunch-goers flock to the area’s hottest eateries, while the city’s stylish set frequent the boutiques of West Village. During your visit, don’t miss the art galleries and museums — or a professional basketball game at the area’s stadium.

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Dining, Galleries, Shops

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Visit Dallas, Texas, to Find Art, Culture and Excellent Food

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Visit Uptown’s Trendy Boutiques and Galleries

Begin your day with a stroll through a 5-acre green space before embarking on a complete tour of Uptown, with stops at boutiques and contemporary art galleries. Savor a decadent brunch and a Spanish-style tapas bar along the way.

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Check Out the Farmers Market and Museums

Spend the day at Dallas’ top farmers market before exploring the best of downtown Dallas, from its aquarium with exotic marine life to a museum dedicated to honoring the legacy of President John F. Kennedy.

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Shop and Dine in the Design District

Specialty coffee, scones and buttery croissants kick off your day in the Design District, followed by an exploration of the area’s top vintage shops and art galleries. Then end the evening with arcade games, bowling and locally pressed cider.

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