• Deep Ellum 1

    Deep Ellum

    Best Known For...

    • Live Music
    • Tattoo Parlors
    • Antiques and Boutiques
    • Art Galleries
    • Great Restaurants

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  • Downtown 2

    Downtown

    Best Known For...

    • International Business
    • Fine Arts
    • World-class Hotels
    • Historical Museums
    • High-end Restaurants

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  • Fair Park 3

    Fair Park

    This 227-acre National Historic Landmark is home to a variety of cultural exhibits, including the Starplex Amphitheater, the Dallas Aquarium, the Civic Garden Center, eight museums, a planetarium, a music hall, and the Cotton Bowl. Landscaped walking paths and the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the US add to the park's appeal. Additionally, since 1886, this site has hosted the annual Texas State Fair.

     
  • Greenville Avenue 4

    Greenville Avenue

    Best Known For...

    • Fun Nightlife
    • Eclectic Shops
    • St. Patty's Day Annual Parade
    • Trendy Restaurants
    • M Streets Neighborhood

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  • Highland Park 5

    Highland Park

    Best Known For...

    • Old Money
    • Fine Dining
    • World-Class Shopping
    • Beautiful Parks
    • Luxury Homes

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    Irving

    Whether you're in town for one day or one week, Irving serves as an excellent location minutes from DFW International Airport, centrally poised between Dallas and Fort Worth. This carefree community, named after American author Washington Irving, offers convenient access to numerous shopping venues, restaurants and theaters--all the best the Dallas Metroplex has to offer. Recreation thrives at The Movie...  Read more »

     
  • Knox-Henderson 7

    Knox-Henderson

    Best Known For...

    • Trendy Bars

    • Unique Restaurants

    • Home Furnishing Stores

    • The Katy Trail

    • Antique Shops

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  • Lakewood 8

    Lakewood

    Best Known For...

    • White Rock Lake
    • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
    • Eclectic Bars
    • Locally-owned Restaurants
    • Cute Boutiques

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  • Las Colinas 9

    Las Colinas

    Whether you're in town for one day or one week, Irving serves as an excellent location minutes from DFW International Airport, centrally poised between Dallas and Fort Worth. This carefree community, named after American author Washington Irving, offers convenient access to numerous shopping venues, restaurants and theaters--all the best the Dallas Metroplex has to offer. Recreation thrives at The Movie...  Read more »

     
  • North Dallas 10

    North Dallas

    If Texas is known for doing things big, then North Dallas is a prime example, as it is home to big houses, big shopping centers and some of the finest stores, boutiques and restaurants in the area. As Dallas continues to grow, more residents are heading north into the suburbs of Plano, Richardson and Frisco, one of the nation's fastest-growing cities. With more square footage of shopping than Los Angeles...  Read more »

     
  • Northwest Dallas 11

    Northwest Dallas

    Arlington and Irving are two large suburbs (cities actually) located to the west of Dallas. With a population of about 320,000 people, and a wide variety of shopping, dining, and lodging venues, Arlington can offer just about anything to anyone. If this statement should be proven false, then Dallas and Fort Worth are within easy reach. Irving, which is home to over 179,000 people and the Dallas/ Fort...  Read more »

     
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    Oak Lawn

    Considered one of Dallas's first suburbs, Oak Lawn was named for a dominant oak tree that sat in the midst of the area's thousand acres. From 1870 to 1890, Oak Lawn gained affluence as a neighborhood, but it was quickly overshadowed when the 1920s boom created prestigious Turtle Creek. The area is bound by Central Expressway to the east and Harry Hines Boulevard to the west and sits south of Highland...  Read more »

     
  • University Park 13

    University Park

    Now a residential area of tree-lined streets and beautiful parks, University Park earned its name by being located next to Southern Methodist University, and many of the original homes were built for professors and staff. Homeowners once paid the university for water and sewer lines, but as more homes were built, the school could no longer support them. University Park and its 3.7 square miles became its...  Read more »

     
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    Uptown

    Best Known For...

    • McKinney Avenue Trolley
    • Luxury Hotels
    • Gourmet Restaurants
    • Trendy Bars
    • Great Shopping

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  • West End 15

    West End

    Best Known For...

    • Dining

    • Nightlife

    • Texas-OU Weekend

    • The Dallas World Aquarium

    • Shopping

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