Visit Dallas and
Expect Big Things!
Dallas is the fourth fastest growing city in the U.S. and bustles with plenty of things to see and do. There are more than 20 vibrant entertainment districts in Dallas, including:
Deep Ellum, which introduced jazz and blues to Dallas in the 1920s, continues its rich musical history with an array of live music venues. Arts District, home to 19 blocks of world-class museums, performance venues and stunning outdoor spaces.
Victory Park, where you can catch a Dallas Mavericks or Dallas Starts game, see a concert, and grab dinner and drinks without leaving the area.
Uptown, one of the most walkable districts in Dallas, is known for its lively atmosphere, delicious restaurants, spacious patios, plenty of nightlife and some serious shopping - don’t miss NorthPark Center and Highland Park Village.
Did You Know?
- The Dallas Arts District is the largest urban arts district in the United States.
- During the winter holiday season, the Galleria Dallas is home to the country's tallest indoor Christmas tree.
- With the roof enclosed, the entire Statue of Liberty could fit into the Cowboys Stadium.
- The Dallas-Fort Worth Arlington Metroplex is the No. 1 visitor and leisure destination in Texas.
- The integrated circuit computer chip (which became the microchip) was invented in Dallas in 1958.
Top Must Do's
Make the most out of your trip to Dallas and Save 40% off admission to Dallas’ best attractions with the Dallas CityPass. See below to find out which attractions are included! For more information on how you can purchase your CityPass, visit www.VisitDallas.com/CityPASS.
Sixth Floor Museum
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
George W. Bush Library and Museum