Best known as the home of the Dallas Cowboys and previously known as Cowboys Stadium, AT&T Stadium also serves as a venue for a variety of other events. It is notable for having the world's largest column-free interior and one of the world's largest high definition video screens. The stadium is located in Arlington, Texas.
The Dallas World Aquarium is an aquarium and small zoo located in downtown Dallas' West End Historic District. Its highlights include an artificial rainforest environment and a 40-foot tunnel that allows visitors to closely observe sharks and other aquatic wildlife.
The Dallas Zoo is the oldest and largest zoological park in Texas. The 106 acre site is home to over 2,000 animals representing 406 different species, including Gorillas, Tigers, Chimpanzees, Koalas, Penguins, Lions, Elephants and Giraffes.
Dealey Plaza is the location of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. It was named a National Historic Landmark in 1993 to preserve the historical integrity of the site. It is also the location of The Sixth Floor Museum.
Fair Park is a 277 acre complex in Dallas, Texas which houses nine museums, six performance facilities, a lagoon and the largest Ferris wheel in North America. It is the home of both the State Fair of Texas and the Cotton Bowl, where the annual rivalry game between the University of Texas and the University of Oklahoma is played.
The Fort Worth Stockyards is a historic district in Fort Worth, Texas. It was formally a livestock market, which began operations in 1866. Today it is the last standing stockyards in the United States and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The area features entertainment and shopping venues, as well as a rodeo and cattle drives.
The Fort Worth Zoo has been consistently ranked as one of the best in the nation. Its 64 acres are home to over 5,000 animals representing 435 different species, including Cheetahs, Flamingos, Kangaroos, Penguins, Tigers, Primates and a variety of species native to Texas.
The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas showcases foreign artworks created prior to the mid-20th century. It contains a notable collection of European art - including Michelangelo's first known painting, The Torment of Saint Anthony (which is the only painting by Michelangelo on exhibit in the Americas). It also features art from Asian, Precolumbian and African cultures, as well as classical antiquities. The museum itself was designed by renowned architect Louis I. Kahn.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, or simply the Perot Museum, is a natural history and science museum located in Dallas, Texas. Its new Victory Park campus has 5 floors open to the public, housing 11 permanent exhibit halls and 6 learning labs. The museum also has a secondary campus in Fair Park.
Reunion Tower is an observation tower (561 ft) and prominent landmark in Dallas, Texas. It houses two restaurants as well as an interactive exhibit featuring information about the city, its history and the tower itself.
Located within the The Adolphus Hotel, The French Room is Dallas' culinary gem. It has been frequently recognized as one of the top restaurants in the country and is widely regarded as the best restaurant in Texas.