PHOTO CREDIT: JUSTIN TERVEEN
The 75-acre Victory Park is anchored by the American Airlines Center, home to the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks (NBA) and the Dallas Stars (NHL). The entertainment district also showcases Dallas first W Hotel & Residences with the ultra-chic ghostbar® on the 33rd floor; AT&T Plaza in Victory Park with the large-scale, outdoor digital Victory Park screens; plus an array of dining, shopping, commercial and residential options. In addition, visitors can take DART light rail to and from the American Airlines Center and to points beyond, as the system continues to expand throughout the area.
WEST END HISTORIC DISTRICT
The historic West End in the heart of Downtown spans Market Street, Pacific Avenue and Woodall Rodgers Freeway. Beautifully preserved and renovated turn-of-the-century storefronts and warehouses offer a glimpse into the past. Visitors can explore the area either by foot, horse-drawn carriage or Segway® and stop to enjoy the 20-plus restaurants, unique shopping and attractions including the Dallas World Aquarium, Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Dallas Holocaust Museum, Old Red Courthouse and nearby Hard Rock Café.
Feel the energy and diversity of Dallas by visiting one of several entertainment districts for a host of wonderful nightlife options. From live music and trendy bars to low-key lounges and clubs where patrons can party through the night Dallas promises to heat things up during your night out in the city. Make a stop at the world-famous Gilleys for some two-stepping, PLUSH for some of the citys best DJs or the House of Blues to catch any number of amazing bands.
Dallas is truly a shoppers haven, offering options from couture to vintage and some of the newest mainstream trends. Dallas is home to the flagship Neiman Marcusan internationally recognized specialty storeand Highland Park Village,
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