Dallas Fort Worth and Beyond: Dallas Districts

Dallas across the lakeIf you haven’t been to Dallas lately, it might be time to do a double take.

More than $14 billion in new development in and around downtown Dallas has fueled its growth and contributed to its present day status as the nation’s ninth largest city and a leading visitor and convention destination. Dallas urban landscape is continually refreshed with “Texas-sized” achievements that provide a lasting legacy for upcoming generations.

Whether business or pleasure brings you to Big D, we guarantee a visit filled with Texas hospitality, modern sophistication and endless entertainment opportunities. Stop by the Visitor Information Center at the historic Old Red Courthouse, open daily with a friendly staff, to help make you visit to Dallas more enjoyable. 

More than 13 entertainment districts are within a short distance of Downtown, each offering their own local history, art, culture, shopping, dining and fun: Dallas Arts District, Fair Park, Deep Ellum, Main Street, Greenville Avenue, Knox-Henderson, Uptown, West Village, West End, Oaklawn, Mockingbird Station, The Bishop Arts District and Victory Park. 


Dallas Fort Worth and Beyond Official Visitors Guide




  1. says

    The Dallas real estate market is a great market for home owners and investors alike. Did you know that only 1 home out of 3,233  is under foreclosure whereas the rate for Texas as a whole is 1 home in 1,336. This indicates a stable real estate market along with good steady employment.

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