Things to Do in Dallas
As a massive city in the heart of the state, Dallas is home to a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions waiting to be explored, whether you're here for business or leisure. Start by crossing off some of the must-see sites on your travel itinerary. One major hot spot is the Granada Theater, a stunning display of architecture that's renowned as the best music venue in the city, while the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum gives you a peek into the president's stay in office (including his handling of the 9/11 attacks and Iraq War). History buffs will also love the Sixth Floor Museum, an institution that teaches visitors about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, which took place right in Dallas.
Dallas also has a thrilling nightlife scene for adults seeking a little fun in the evening. Start with some American comfort food at Zodiac or Bread Winners, or try some Tex-Mex at Javier's. Then grab a drink at beloved local watering hole Ginger Man, a pub with porches, patios and a great beer selection. Another major highlight of the metropolis is that it contains the greatest concentration of shopping opportunities than any other city in America. Take some time to browse the boutiques, antique stores and retail outlets - many of them are located in Uptown, Dallas/Highland Park and University Park.