THE DEE AND CHARLES WYLY THEATRE
CREDIT: TIM HURSLEY
DALLAS MAVERICKS BASKETBALL
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BRIDGE DALLAS SKYLINE
SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM AT DEALEY PLAZA
CREDIT: DALLAS CVB
a national historic landmark and Americas oldest planned shopping center.
From unique boutiques to premier shopping malls and hip new shopping districts, Dallas has fashion covered. NorthPark Center, Galleria Dallas and West Village are just a few of the shopping opportunities that await you.
Boasting critically acclaimed chefs, comprehensive wine lists and characteristic Texas hospitality, dining out in Dallas is one of the citys favorite activities. Dallas population is becoming increasingly diverse, and the change in cultural landscape is reflected in the range of cuisines, from rich traditions of classic French to Asian fusion to Southwestern and everything in between. Highly acclaimed restaurants include Stephan Pyles in the Dallas Arts District and Fearings in the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas. For a complete listing of Dallas dining options, please see visitdallas.com.
To see a list of Dallas member hotels of the Dallas/Fort Worth Area Tourism Council, please see hotel information on page 38. For additional hotel choices please see visitdallas.com
MAJOR MEETING FACILITIES
DALLAS CONVENTION CENTER
650 S. Griffin Street, Dallas, 214-939-2700. dallasconventioncenter.com
Visit the Tourist Information Center at the Old Red Courthouse in the Downtown Historic District (open daily). Special Events Hotline: 214-571-1301. More information can be found att visitdallas.com.
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