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Dallas is one of the fastest-growing cities in America, with exciting evolutions taking place in its dining, arts, and cultural scenes. Just five minutes from downtown, the upscale Hotel Crescent Court houses art from the owner's personal collection and is known for its luxurious spa. A bit farther from downtown in a private Dallas neighborhood, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek offers residential-style accommodations in an Italian Renaissance-style estate.
Uptown Dallas is the cultural hub of the city, adjacent to the arts and design districts, and just minutes from downtown. Dallas’ quickly evolving restaurant scene offers five-star cuisine to suit every palate. And its thriving arts district is a vibrant place to explore galleries, shops, and theater performances. The Dallas Museum of Art, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and Crow Collection of Asian Art, are all within just a few blocks of each other. Meanwhile, outdoor activities are also abundant with acres of parks and miles of trails easily accessible from the uptown area. Whether your tastes trend toward opera, art, or NASCAR, Dallas offers something for everyone.
Celebrating its 60th International Season, the Dallas Opera is a world-class performing arts organization producing outstanding main stage and chamber opera repertoire.
Fair Park was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1986 because of its exceptional significance in American history, derived from its 105-year association with the State Fair of Texas and as the site of the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition.
Visit the flagship store of this premier fine goods realtor. Opened almost 100 years ago, the downtown Neiman Marcus location offers fine fashions, jewelry, shoes, and home goods paired with incomparable service.
Minutes from Downtown to the east, White Rock Lake features a scenic park with 9 miles of running, biking, and walking trails as well as excellent fishing, sailing and various picnic and leisure activities.
The West End, Dallas’ true historic district, offers visitors a window into the past with beautifully preserved and masterfully renovated historical buildings, tree-lined streets and brick sidewalks.
The city of Dallas has a humid subtropical climate that is characteristic of the Southern Plains of the U.S. The seasons are very distinct with mild, comfortable winters and hot summers with average highs in the mid-90’s. Spring and autumn both offer pleasant weather with average highs in the 70’s and 80’s. Spring often brings the most rainfall, but the powerful thunderstorms can be a sight to behold in their own right, with spectacular lightning and torrents of rain—just be sure to watch from a safe place!
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