Dallas and Fort Worth

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  • 1. Globe Life Park

    You can root root root for the Rangers (or a visiting team if you must) in this open-air, fan-friendly ballpark that opened in 1994. It's...Read More

  • 2. Kimbell Art Museum

    Cultural District

    Architect Louis Kahn's most famous American building was this museum, composed of six long concrete vaults with skylights running the length of each. Here are...Read More

  • 3. Sundance Square

    The billionaire Bass brothers of Fort Worth are to be thanked for what may be the most eye-pleasing juxtaposition of scale: rather than tear down...Read More

  • 4. African American Museum

    Fair Park also contains six major exhibit spaces (many of which are closed Monday or Tuesday): the...Read More

  • 5. Amon Carter Museum

    Cultural District

    A short walk from the Kimbell, west of Downtown Fort Worth, this museum's collection of American art is centered on Remington and Russell mostly, though...Read More

  • 6. AT&T Stadium

    The Dallas Cowboys call this state-of-the-art stadium home, designed to seat about 80,000 (with flexibility for 10,000 more) near Rangers Ballpark. The giant stadium features...Read More

  • 7. Bank of America Plaza

    Downtown Dallas

    Dallas's tallest building, at 920 feet, is visible for miles at night, thanks to the green argon tubing that outlines its 72 stories. Visitors can...Read More

  • 8. Bass Performance Hall

    Downtown Fort Worth

    You can't miss the two 48-foot limestone angels on one side of this multipurpose building, which unabashedly fills a city block. The hall opened to...Read More

  • 9. Billy Bob's Texas

    Stockyards

    The renowned honky-tonk has been a cattle barn, airplane factory, and department store. It's now home to live music, eating, drinking, shopping, playing, and live...Read More

  • 10. Cowtown Cattlepen Maze

    Stockyards

    Test your navigational skills and patience in this human maze patterned after Old West cattlepens. For a fee you can race against the clock or...Read More

  • 11. Crow Collection of Asian Art

    Arts District

    A pair of 19th-century Chinese guardian lions from the Qing Dynasty is the first clue you've arrived at the Crow Collection (across the street from...Read More

  • 12. Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

    East Dallas

    This lovely attraction is composed of 66 acres of gardens and lawns in White Rock Lake Park. Spend an hour or two here to escape...Read More

  • 13. Dallas Center for the Performing Arts

    Arts District

    This multipurpose center offers performance spaces for the Dallas Opera, Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Texas Ballet Theater, and Anita N. Martinez Ballet...Read More

  • 14. Dallas City Hall

    Downtown Dallas

    Renowned architect I. M. Pei is responsible for the striking inverted-pyramid design of City Hall. The modern structure is set on a seven-acre plaza that...Read More

  • 15. Dallas Heritage Village

    It may be difficult to imagine Dallas without its shiny skyscrapers, far-flung suburbs, and miles and miles of highway, but Heritage Village at Old City...Read More

  • 16. Dallas Museum of Art

    Arts District

    Housed in a series of white limestone galleries built off a central barrel vault, this museum remains one of the city's greatest cultural institutions. The...Read More

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  • 17. Dallas Zoo

    Fair Park

    The Fort Worth Zoo is a huge draw in the area, but the Dallas Zoo shouldn't be overlooked. The Wilds of Africa section re-creates the...Read More

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  • 18. Fair Park

    Fair Park

    In South Dallas, this 277-acre National Historic Landmark has the largest collection of 1930s Art Deco architecture in the United States. It is also home...Read More

  • 19. Fort Worth Botanic Garden

    Among the 23 gardens here are the Lower Rose Garden, whose classical design was inspired by the Villa Lante gardens in Bagnaia, Italy, and the...Read More

  • 20. Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

    Cultural District

    This museum has interactive exhibits, a planetarium, and an Omni IMAX theater. ...Read More

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