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10 Can't Miss Dallas Sites For Tourists

10 Can't Miss Dallas Sites For Tourists

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It’s no surprise that Dallas is the number one destination to visit in Texas. From shopping and dining to arts and attractions, Dallas is flush with so many sites to see and things to do. If you’re looking for the ultimate tourist's day in the city, here are 10 Dallas sites worth visiting:  


Start your day at the stunning Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Brimming with gorgeous gardens and seasonal festivals and events, the Dallas Arboretum offers 66 acres to explore. Pro tip: pack a picnic breakfast, unplug and bask in nature’s beauty. 


Check out the Dallas Arts District right in the heart of the city center. Offering a wide array of visual art museums, theaters, and performance halls, you’re sure to feel inspired and find something that brings you joy.


Recharge with a fresh cup of coffee or grab a quick bite at the Dallas Farmers Market. Stroll through the open air pavilion at The Shed and shop seasonal produce, meats, cheeses, eggs, honey and artisan foods as well as handmade crafts from local farmers and vendors. 


Tour the AT&T Stadium, home of Dallas’ prized Cowboys. AT&T Stadium is one of the world’s largest domed structures, and they offer a variety of tours to pique anyone’s interests–sports fans and art enthusiasts alike. Of course, if football is in season, make sure to snag tickets to the game! 


Spend some time at the Dallas Zoo or the Dallas World Aquarium. With exotic exhibits, wild encounters and amazing attractions, you’re guaranteed to experience hours of family-friendly fun. 


For the best view of the city, head to Reunion Tower, a 561 foot observation tower, located in the Reunion district of Downtown Dallas. 


Stop by Dealey Plaza, where President Kennedy was shot, to pay tribute to the late president at the iconic John F. Kennedy Memorial


Explore Deep Ellum, a hot Dallas site for arts, music, culture, and innovation. Check out the local music scene, catch an art show or live performance and experience one of the most historically and culturally significant neighborhoods in the city.  


Catch a Dallas Mavs or Dallas Stars’ game or grab tickets to a legendary concert at the American Airlines Center for an exciting night.  


Finally, swing by Sonny Bryan’s on Inwood Road, one of Dallas’ oldest and most iconic restaurants. It's the ultimate way to refuel after a day of sightseeing. Serving delicious Dallas barbecue 24/7, Sonny Bryan’s is the perfect place to end your day or take a break. 

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