Dallas Activities And Sites

Texas is a unique state, and Dallas is its most visited city. It’s a wonderful place to go for a whole vacation or just a week-end. Tourists find many things to see and do there. The Trinity river is near and many of its creeks and tributaries run through the city. You can walk the river paths and view oak trees, as well as cottonwood and pecan.

Dallas is extremely important in the financial and business area of the southwest United States. You’ll find that the city is always busy with one convention or another and claims to be the busiest convention city in North America. If you are planning to stay overnight in Dallas you will have a multitude of fine hotels to choose from to fit your budget, whether you are looking for budget accommodation or want a luxury suite. If you want to be a part of the hustle and bustle of Dallas you can find a hotel in the downtown convention center area. If you want a quieter place to stay you can consider a hotel in the suburbs or out near the airport.

You won’t be restricted to financial interests when you visit Dallas. There are art and cultural exhibits not to be missed. One of the most interesting museums is the African American Museum situated at Fair Park. As you tour it you will learn much about African American culture and heritage that you hadn’t known before. You will also have a number of art galleries to choose from if you wish.

Children are sure to find the Dallas Children’s Museum exciting and interactive. With hands-on activities, children play life-like scenarios such as a farm, hospital, grocery store and firehouse. Lots of fun and great play in a learning situation.

Of course, no trip is complete without doing some shopping. If you love clothes, you will adore the second hand designer clothes created by Armani, Donna Karan and Emanual. Sports lovers will also love Dallas. There are terrific golf courses to challenge you. Later you will dine in one of the many great Dallas restaurants.

Visit Dallas any time of year and you’ll keep busy. The blend of big city and southwestern charm are a big draw, and you’ll want to come back for more.

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