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. Simon Campbell 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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