Dallas, Texas

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 secluded Dallas neighborhood, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek offers residential-style accommodations in an Italian Renaissance-style estate.

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Where Old Texas Meets New

Everything’s bigger in Texas, and nowhere does that feel more true than Dallas. Here, skyscrapers seem to sprout up out of the flat prairies of northeast Texas. You’ll find traditional steakhouses and live country music venues rubbing shoulders with trendy bistros and modern art galleries. The West End, the city’s historic district, offers visitors a window into the past with beautifully preserved historical buildings, tree-lined streets, and brick sidewalks. Dallas’ thriving Arts District is a vibrant place brimming with galleries, boutiques, theaters, and museums like the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, and Crow Museum of Asian Art.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) or Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL)
  • Average temperature
    96°F in summer; 56°F in winter
  • Peak season
    Spring and fall
  • Car recommended?
  • Population
    1.3 million

Destination Highlights

  • Neiman Marcus Downtown

    Visit the flagship location of this premier fine goods department store. Opened almost 100 years ago, the downtown Neiman Marcus location offers upscale clothing, jewelry, shoes, and home goods paired with renowned service.

  • White Rock Lake

    About six miles east of the city, White Rock Lake is a scenic park with nine miles of walking and biking trails, a massive lake for fishing and sailing, as well as the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.

  • Dallas County Historical Plaza

    Step back in time to see the cabin and settlement that would go on to become Dallas at the John Neely Bryan Cabin. Just across the street is another famous Dallas landmark: John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza.



  • Forecasting Your Dallas Vacation

    Dallas has a humid, subtropical climate 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 mid-90°F. Spring and autumn both offer pleasant weather with average highs in the 70s and 80s. Late spring, particularly May, often sees the most rainfall.


Map of Dallas

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