6th Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The Museum is located in the former Texas School Book Depository building, where sniper evidence was discovered following President Kennedy's killing on November 22, 1963.

Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

One of Dallas' most stunning outdoor attractions, the Dallas Arboretum features 66 acres of magnificent showcase gardens.

Reunion Tower

Reunion Tower, built in 1978 by The Beck Group, was the most well-known development to be a part of a citywide urban reconstruction plan.

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

The 13th presidential library, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, enhances understanding of the American presidency.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

A natural history and science museum, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science is situated in Victory Park in Dallas, Texas.

Dallas Museum of Art

Over 23,000 works of art from many cultures and historical eras totaling 5,000 years of human creation are housed in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art.

Dallas Cattle Drive Sculptures

There are roughly 40 bent down the hill bronze bulls. Three herders have also gathered around the bulls. Driving the oxen are the guards.

Klyde Warren Park

A well-known rectangle serving as a centre for culture and the arts is Klyde Warren Park.

The Dallas World Aquarium

Is well-known for its exhibits of animals, birds, and fish, and is credited with saving many threatened or endangered species.

Bishop Arts District

One of Dallas' most distinctive areas, it is home to more than 60 stores, eateries, bars, coffee shops, and galleries.

Dallas Zoo

It was founded in 1888 and now houses almost 2,000 creatures from 406 different species.