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Previously two separate cities, Dallas and Forth Worth have been linked together into one gigantic metropolitan area. Dallas-Fort Worth is a big player when it comes to high-end shopping, sports, exquisite dining, and big-city fun.

Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, Visitors Guide

Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the top places to visit in the United States and is home to nearly a dozen professional sports teams. The AT&T stadium is home of the Dallas Cowboys and is a must-see when you’re in town. The city is a shopper’s haven with outlets and world-class malls that have various styles to fit every budget. Looking for exceptional food and drink? There’s no shortage of dining options in the area featuring Texas BBQ, Tex-Mex, American, and worldly selections like asian and soul food. Due to its expanding multicultural population, there’s an abundance of dining styles to satisfy your palette.

Art lovers are delighted with the fact that the Dallas Arts District boasts the biggest urban arts district in the country. The District is home to many first-class performing arts organizations. The best time of the year to visit is between September and November when there’s not as much tourist traffic and the temperatures aren’t so hot. With a plethora of fascinating city tours and museums to visit, Dallas-Fort Worth offers unlimited fun for all ages and interests.

Geography

Dallas and Fort Worth are 32 minutes apart. Ft. Worth is smaller, has less traffic, and is easier to navigate. Dallas is bigger, and has more shopping but is spread out more. The metro encompasses more than 9000 square miles, so it’s essential to choose somewhere to stay based on location. It is a big, spread-out city, but there are a lot of outdoor activities and natural areas that can be enjoyed within or fairly close to the city.

Neighborhoods

Downtown Dallas is close to many of the city’s main attractions, Downtown Dallas is the perfect place to stay for first-time visitors and those looking to be located in the center of all the action.
In the eclectic neighborhood ofDeep Ellum, you’ll find budget-friendly accommodations that won’t break the bank. There’s also a great mix of restaurants, pubs, nightlife, and live music in the area.
Uptown is like neighboring Downtown, Dallas and the area is right in the heart of the city and close to many attractions.
South Dallas is a unique neighborhood to stay in during your next visit. Specifically, check out the Bishop Arts District. It’s a small area but it’s brimming with art galleries, independent boutiques, and charming accommodations.

Top Places to Visit

John F. Kennedy Memorial

The JFK Memorial is a monument to President Kennedy that was designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, to represent what he saw as Kennedy's free spirit.

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

The DABG is 66 beautiful acres along the southeast shore of White Rock Lake maintained by the city of Dallas and offers the public an array of community events and programs.

Reunion Tower

Reunion Tower is the most distinguished building in Dallas. It is a geodesic ball perched atop five cylindrical concrete poles. It has a restaurant with a 360-degree city view and Geo-Deck observation level, that houses an informative interactive display providing details about the building and notable landmarks.

Climate

Spring and fall are the best times of the year to visit Dallas. You can expect moderate temperatures and generally nice weather. Temperatures are usually in the mid-60s to 70s (around 17-25°C). The city receives hardly any snow and temperatures usually hover in the mid-50s (around 13°C). in winter. From June through August, you can expect it to be blisteringly hot.

What is Dallas-Fort Worth Known for

Dallas Sports, Theaters, Dallas World Aquarium, World-Class Museums, Reunion Tower, Texas-Sized Events and Festivals, Culture and Art Scene, Stunning City Tours, the State Fair of Texas

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