DALLAS: WHERE EVERYTHING IS BIGGER, INCLUDING THEIR ART DISTRICT
On the northeast end of downtown Dallas, people will find themselves immersed in a conglomerate of art and cultural institutions, with roots that date back to 1970.
The Dallas Arts District.
The Dallas Arts District is considered to be the largest thriving urban arts district in the nation. It is home to coffee cafés, restaurants, visual arts centers and a wide range of performing arts centers, including the AT&T Performing Arts Center and the Dallas Opera.
In the Dallas Arts District, you’ll find its vibrant streets to be a hive of artistic and educational life that encourages visitors to engage in their creative side. So if you’re looking for places to go while visiting Dallas for the Verint Global Customer Conference, why not have the trolley drop you off at the Dallas Arts District.
Here are a few free venues to check out:
- Klyde Warren Park
- Sammons Park
- Dallas Museum of Art (general admission)
- The Crow Collection of Asian Art (A museum dedicated to the arts of China, India, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia)
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