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Dallas for wining, dining, art and shopping

24 Jun 2006  It's not what you see on TV, Dallas has real people and real cultural events.
4.5 of 5 bubbles based on 1 vote

Dallas is a great place to visit...and we like living here, too.

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: Dallas
  • Category: Best of
  • Traveler type: Culture
  • Appeals to: Couples/romantics, Honeymooners, Singles, Students, Tourists
  • Seasons: Winter, Spring, Fall
  • 1. Dallas Theater Center

    DTC presents both classic and new theater productions in an intimate theater designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Every seat is a good one!

  • 2. Nasher Sculpture Center
    Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas

    The Nasher Sculpture Center is a small museum that presents the contemporary sculpture collected by Raymond and Patsy Nasher. There are temporary special exhibits as well. The building was beautifully designed by Renzo Piano, there is a wonderful small cafe with a patio that is lovely in the evenings. Must see sculpture: the James Turrell - if you can't find it, be sure to ask.

  • 3. Dallas Museum of Art
    Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

    Lots to see at the DMA - and on Thursday evenings, admission is free and there is usually a wonderful band - jazz, blues, etc. in the atrium. Sit there and enjoy a glass of wine, admire the Chihuly glasswork and people watch. There are some excellent temporary exhibits on display, an excellent small gallery that generally features textiles, a large number of pre-Columbian works (some donated by the late Stanley Marcus), the Bybee collection of decorative works, the Rives Collection a strong contemporary art collection, works by American and regionalist masters and much more. A great museum with great staff. Wear your walking shoes.