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Dallas, TX Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 166
Total Sleeping Rooms 30,571
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,840
Committable Meeting Rooms* 96
Convention Center Space 1,386,099 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 1,000,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 250,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $142
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $64
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $194
*Maximum for a single hotel

Dallas, TX Things to Do and Attractions

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Set in the former Texas School Book Depository building in downtown Dallas, the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The museum's collection encompasses more than 50,000 items related to the

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Dallas Zoo

The largest zoo in Texas at 106 acres, the Dallas Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals and such highlights as the Giants of the Savanna exhibit, which mixes elephants and other species in the same habitat. Guests flock to such special features as

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The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

Located on the Southern Methodist University campus, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum examines the former president's life and career, as well as public policy and American history. Museum highlights include a full-size replica of

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Built to inspire all ages, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science is an interactive experience where visitors can enjoy robot competitions, race a dinosaur, experience a simulated earthquake, and much more. The museum's five floors house 11 permanent

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GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower

Reunion Tower serves as one of the most iconic landmarks in Dallas, reaching 561 feet into the air and featuring amazing 360-degree views of downtown. At 470 feet high, the GeO-Deck features panoramic views, high-definition zoom cameras, interactive

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Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Perched along the shoreline of White Rock Lake, the 66-acre Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden features a complete life science laboratory, groundbreaking horticultural research, educational opportunities, and 19 beautiful gardens that shine

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American Airlines Center

Catch a live music show one night and cheer on the Dallas Mavericks or Dallas Stars. The American Airlines Center is key to bringing major events to Dallas. Take DART to Victory Station just outside the center for a worry-free transport.

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AT&T Stadium

Tour the home of the Dallas Cowboys and experience one of the largest NFL stadiums in the country, also home to an extensive art collection. Visitors can also enjoy tours on non-game days, and check out stadium must-see spots like the locker rooms,

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Bishop Arts District

Once one of Dallas' best hidden gem, this two-block former warehouse area sits in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of South Dallas. It's home to more than 60 boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and galleries, making it one of Dallas' most unique

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Deep Ellum

A lively entertainment district and the place to go for live music, Deep Ellum features vibrant street murals, brewpubs, art galleries, music venues, theater, and plenty of dining. Dating back to 1884, Deep Ellum was founded as a mecca for blues and

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Trinity Groves

This 15-acre restaurant, retail, artist, and entertainment destination sits at the base of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in West Dallas. Trinity Groves' mission is to foster the growth of startup businesses, building upon Dallas' culture of

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Dallas Farmers Market

Set in the heart of downtown, the Dallas Farmers Market features farm-fresh vegetables and dairy products, local specialty foods, and much more. Open daily, the 26,000-square-foot Market Shops features a food hall and artisanal vendor market with

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McKinney Avenue is the main street of this district, located just northeast of downtown, and the historic McKinney Avenue Trolley line provides free rides from the north end of uptown to the Dallas Arts District. This chic but historic area (the

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Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park opened in 2012 and introduced a central green space in the center of a bustling downtown scene. The 5.2-acre park delivers a comprehensive activities calendar for locals and visitors, including daily fitness classes, a dog park, a

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Dallas Museum of Art

Established in 1903, the museum is a central figure in the vibrant Dallas Arts District. Holding more than 22,000 works spanning 5,000 years of history, the DMA is one of the 10 largest art museums in the country and welcomes more than 650,000

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Nasher Sculpture Center

Private collection turned public treasure, the Nasher Sculpture Center is one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculpture in the world. The 55,000-square-foot space is enclosed by a glass facade, providing continuous views from the

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Dallas Arts District

The largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation, spanning 20 square blocks and 68 acres, the downtown Dallas Arts District is a walkable hub of museums, performing arts venues, restaurants, and bars. Highlights include the Crow Collection of

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Dallas World Aquarium

The adventure at the Dallas World Aquarium begins at the top of the rainforest exhibit, where exotic birds and lounging sloths can be seen along with a wide array of animals that are part of many conservation projects. Experience the outdoor South

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Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge

As part of the most recent improvements to the Trinity River Corridor, the Ronald Kirk Bridge offers activity space with an up-close view of the Trinity River and Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Grab a snack from one of the food trucks that make a daily

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Texas Horse Park

Experience traditional Texas with Dallas as your backdrop. Deep in the heart of the Great Trinity Forest (eight miles from Downtown Dallas), Texas Horse Park provides miles of beautifully preserved riding trails perfect for a horseback ride. The park

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Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center

The Meyerson opened its doors in September 1989 to international critical acclaim. It's home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, currently under the leadership of the world-famous Maestro Jaap Van Zweeden. Every detail of the concert hall was designed

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Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre

The compact, vertical orientation of the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, climbing 12 stories into the Dallas skyline, was designed by Joshua PrinceRamus of REX and Rem Koolhaas of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. The theater, home to the

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Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House

The Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House is one of five performance venues that form the Performing Arts Center section of the arts district. The opera house, which follows a traditional horseshoe shape, is engineered specifically for performance of

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The Crow Collection of Asian Art

The Crow Collection of Asian Art is one of only a handful of museums in the country dedicated solely to the arts and cultures of Japan, China, India, and Southeast Asia. Experience a peaceful world of beauty and spirituality in the heart of the city

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