Dallas Arts District
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- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 81%Local Culture
- 81%Business Travelers
- 81%Luxury Travelers
- 81%History Buffs
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- Dallas Arts DistrictMember ofVegetarianLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 12
This is a nice (and safe) area to walk around with several museums, restaurants and parks. So, if you are looking for a hotel to stay in downtown, I would recommend keeping this area in mind, so you can actually go out and walk around and get to see a bit of Dallas.Recommended for:
- Dallas Arts DistrictMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2
he candy-apple red Winspear Opera House designed by Norman Foster and Rem Koolhaas’s 12-story-tall Wyly Theatre joined I. M. Pei’s Meyerson Symphony Center and Renzo Piano’s Nasher Sculpture Center to create a cultural nexus worthy of Dallas’s bravado. At the Dallas Museum of Art, take a smartphone tour of the permanent collections, which include African headwear, paintings by Texas artists, and ancient Mediterranean jewelry, or make your way around special exhibitions such as the installations by Glasgow-based Karla Black (on view through March). The DMA stays open until midnight on the third Friday of every month (except December) for date-night lectures, tours, and film screenings.Recommended for:
- Dallas Arts DistrictFirst to Review
The whole area is changing but the for the better. The Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Meyerson Symphony Center and many other venues are top notch. Dining options can be a little limited but there are many options nearby though.
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