The Harwood District

This fast-growing area of Uptown Dallas is booming with new office buildings, condos, apartments, restauants, and amazing recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. The newest attraction is The Happiest Hour in the District's east side perhaps the most popular afterwork watering hole for downtown office workers.

Margaret H Hill Bridge

A dazzling new Dallas icon was designed by the great Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. The soaring structure, as tall as a 40-story building, spans the Trinity River linking Downtown Dallas to the burgeoning dining and entertainment district in West Dallas called Trinity Groves, home to dozens of sparkling new apartments and restaurants.

Klyde Warren Park

A fabulous seven--acre Park built over a busy freeway is one of Dallas' premiere locations for recreation, and relaxation in the bustling urban core. The Park has numerous scheduled activites, concerts, a dog park, and a children's zone. The Park links Downtown and Uptown and is the center of activity for city-dwellers on summer weekends.

Reunion Tower

The Reunion Tower is 561 feet tall and is located adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Hotel. It houses both a grand revolving restaurant called FIVE-SIXTY and a newly-renovated Observation Deck.

The Arboretum

A lovely Botanical Garden located along the shores of White Rock Lake in the Lake Highlands area of Dallas, it is one of the largest and most beautiful gardens in the country. The Dallas Blooms floral festival is a 31-year tradition. While, the Rory Myers Children's Adventure Garden is a new addition with over 150 kid-oriented activities.

Dealey Plaza

This busy and well-landscaped plaza was built along with the city's famous triple underpass in honor of George Bannerman Dealy, a founder of the Dallas Morning News. However, it remains among the most popular spots for visitors as the location where an assassin's bullet cut down President John F. Kennedy in 1963.

Fair Park

Historic Fair Park is the site of the 1936 Texas Centennial, A World's Fair that put Dallas on the world stage for the very first time. It has the largest collection of 1930's Art Deco architecture left in the United States. It is also the annual location of the Great State Fair of Texas. The 277 acre Park houses several museums and the Dallas Music Hall.