Get the best of the great state of Texas by learning about Dallas’ best tourist attractions atop the Reunion Tower’s GeO-Deck, then see the home of the Dallas Cowboys on a VIP guided tour of the AT&T Stadium. Find out why Dallas is famous for being home to the largest arts district in all the United States, starting with a visit to the Dallas Museum of Art or the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.
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Looking for things to do? Kick off your Dallas vacation at the rodeo by taking a short drive outside of the city to the Mesquite Championship Rodeo, where cowboys rule the terrain. Next, enjoy Dallas’ nightlife in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District, catch live shows at the Granada Theater, or get a history lesson at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in the downtown area.
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WHAT TO EAT
Try Dallas’ famous barbecued brisket layered atop a slab of salt-crusted sweet potato at The Pecan Lodge or Tex-Mex flavours from El Vecino’s diverse menu. Deep-fried cheese grits from Ellen’s Southern Kitchen are another local favourite, and Mexican dishes from Desperados are beloved all around.
WHAT TO BRING BACK
Cowboy hats, boots and belt buckles are souvenir musts that are often bought on the way back from Dallas. Sports relics are also commonly bought from tourists rooting for the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks or Dallas Stars and shop at Highland Park Village’s boutiques.
The convenience chain known as 7-Eleven originated in Dallas in 1927. Today, it is the world’s largest convenience retailer, with more than 83,000 stores operating across 19 countries.