In celebration of the Utrip PRO launch on Visit Dallas, the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau’s website, we are sharing some of the surprising things we’ve learned about the Big D along the way.
With 5 major league sports teams, [NFL: Dallas Cowboys ; NBA: Dallas Mavericks ; MLB: Texas Rangers ; NHL: Dallas Stars ; MLS: FC Dallas] Dallas always has something going on in the sports arena.
Dallas is booming, and each of the 14 entertainment districts have unique personalities. To get a taste of the quirkier side of Dallas, stroll through the Bishop Arts District, Dallas’s self-proclaimed most independent neighborhood, or the Deep Ellum neighborhood, an eclectic array of restaurants, cafes, boutiques, and other one-off establishments. To enjoy some of the finer things in life, don’t miss Highland Park Village.
From the Nasher Sculpture Center, to venues like the Winspear Opera House, the Wyly Theatre and the Meyerson Symphony Center in the AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas has been graced by amazing architecture.
Dallas’s galleries feature world-renowned and upcoming artists. Stop in to a few to peek your imagination. If you’re an art buyer, Dallas is a great place to increase the size of your collection.
With a multitude of incredible venues to choose from, there is always something going on in the Dallas Arts District. Cruise around a bit and admire the vibrant community and splendid architecture. Make sure to stop in to a few of the venues (like the Perot Museum, Klyde Warren Park, and the Dallas Museum of Art) on your visit to Dallas.
A Harris poll found that Dallasites are the happiest people among cities like Houston, NYC, San Francisco and Boston. You’ll have to travel to Dallas and see for yourself.