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Exploring Downtown Dallas

Bounded by the freeway loop of four interstate highways, Downtown Dallas is rich with cultural and historical attractions and jam- packed with restaurants, nightlife and shopping. In the center are gleaming skyscrapers and Dealey Plaza, where the Sixth Floor Museum memorializes John F Kennedy. North of the plaza lies the West End Historic District, its warehouses transformed into eclectic shops and restaurants. East of plaza is Dallas Arts District, the city’s cultural center, home to world-class institutions like the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Tramwell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Arts. The jazz clubs and funky shops that define Deep Ellum are just east, under the interstate overpass.


Accommodations near Downtown Dallas

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Dallas is the Cheerful 1BR w/ Pool in Downtown Near Shopping, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Roomy 2BR w/ Wifi + Gym Near Victory Park in Dallas as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Downtown Dallas

- Dallas Museum of Art


A major focal point of the Arts District, Dallas Museum of Art is home to a grand selection of decorative and fine art from all over the world, including pieces by Salvador Dali. The colorful Latin American department has a particularly impressive display of Mayan artefacts, and if you’re thinking of visiting with little ones, the museum offers regular craft-filled workshops and classes for kids.


- Reunion Tower


The lit-up golf ball-like sphere atop Reunion Tower is the unofficial symbol of Dallas. You can scale this piercing landmark by clambering up the staircase, but don’t worry: there’s a lift for those who fancy a quick ascent. Your reward will be 360 degree city views, interactive exhibits, and a top-class rotating restaurant and lounge.


Transportation near Downtown Dallas

Approximately 20 miles northwest of the city center, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is the city’s major transit hub. It’s an easy drive to downtown, and there are plenty of car rental agencies on hand. You can also hop on the DART Orange Line train if you prefer to avoid the traffic. Dallas Love Field Airport is closer to the city center, although it’s smaller and handles fewer flights. The extensive light rail system is a great choice for getting around the area, as rush hour freeway traffic can be heavy and downtown parking charges expensive.


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