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Dallas is an emerging global city that is designed for meetings and events. Offering everything you need with great air connections, venues with ample meeting space and hotel capacity for any size event, Dallas truly is the perfect meeting city. Attendees can enjoy everything from fine art museums to cutting-edge live music performances and sporting events. With its assortment of opportunities, easy accessibility and unparalleled hospitality, the city boasts as one of the nation’s most impressive downtown areas. Leading the nation in hotel growth and innovation, Dallas is quickly becoming a top choice. We are proud to announce that two Dallas gems are getting a major upgrade! The city has approved a $300 million plan to renovate five buildings in historic Fair Park that includes the Cotton Bowl Stadium and the beautiful Art Deco bandshell. Work will be completed by 2026. Additionally, Dallas is getting a new convention center! Construction will be located adjacent to the current Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center and is expected to begin in 2024 with completion in 2029. As a community-driven destination, we stand by our hotel partners and assist with RFP responses, so please include us so that we can help you get the responses you need more quickly.


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Getting Here

Dallas is America’s most connected city, and 2023 air access to Dallas remains as high as ever. Our airports access 250 destinations, and over 2,000 daily flights to Dallas. Travel to Dallas from any major city in the continental United States in less than four hours. DFW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT As the global headquarters and home hub of American Airlines, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport offers travelers a high-frequency schedule flying out of 5 terminals and 164 gates. • 1st airport in the nation to achieve GBAC Star cleanliness accreditation • 2nd busiest airport in the world • Host to 23 passenger airlines and 23 cargo carriers • No. 1 for customer service among large airports from Airports Council International DALLAS LOVE FIELD AIRPORT Located just seven miles and 11 minutes from downtown Dallas, Love Field is a convenient airport that serves as the headquarters for Southwest Airlines. The airport recently underwent a $519 million modernization renovation, including a centralized terminal with 20 gates. • No. 1 in customer satisfaction ratings from J.D. Power • Named one of the Top 10 domestic airports by Travel + Leisure magazine GETTING AROUND TOWN • Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) features the nation’s longest lightrail network • DART’s Orange Line connects DFW Airport (DFW Station) to downtown Dallas and the entire DART light rail network • Downtown’s free transportation option includes the historic McKinney Avenue Trolley

Distance from airport

  • DFW International Airport

    20 mi. from city center

  • Dallas Love Field

    7 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The museum chronicles the life, assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy with documentary films, photographs and artifacts. A live feed from the museum webcam features a real-time view from the sniper spot and two areas within the museum were recreated to appear as they did in 1963. This is a CityPASS attraction – Dallas CityPASS saves you over 40% on admission to some of our most popular attractions.
411 Elm St
Dallas, TX, US 75201

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

The museum is home to 11 permanent exhibit halls and various traveling exhibitions and delivers hours of fun for everyone. Catch a view of Downtown Dallas from the museum’s glass-encased elevator as you work your way up to the top floor and back down. This is a CityPASS attraction – Dallas CityPASS saves you over 40% on admission to some of our most popular attractions.
2201 N Field St
Dallas, TX 75201

Deep Ellum

Business district
The former warehouse district, Deep Ellum has a perfect mix of history and contemporary cool. It has award-winning barbecue, plenty of quirky bars and shops, numerous live music venues and colorful murals and art installations throughout the area. It’s a quick ride on DART light rail from Downtown Dallas.
Dallas, TX, US

GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower

See our city from over 500 feet in the air at one of Dallas’ most recognized structures. Enjoy the view and interact with Halo, the deck’s digital information system, to learn about Dallas, its landmarks, Reunion Tower’s light shows, milestone events in the city and more. This is a CityPASS attraction – Dallas CityPASS saves you over 40% on admission to some of our most popular attractions.
300 Reunion Blvd E
Dallas, TX 75207

Dallas Zoo

Named one of “20 Best Zoos” by USA Today, the Dallas Zoo is the largest zoological experience in Texas with a 106-acre park and thousands of animals. Visit the Giants of the Savannah exhibit, an 11-acre safari experience where visitors can get up close and personal with giraffes, elephants, lions, cheetahs and many other African species. This is a CityPASS attraction – Dallas CityPASS saves you over 40% on admission to some of our most popular attractions.
650 South RL Thornton Frwy
Dallas, TX 75203

Dallas Farmers Market

The Market Shops – Open 7 days a week – is a food hall and artisanal vendor market with four anchor restaurants, while The Shed – Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday offers local, seasonal foods and flowers and several arts and crafts vendors. Popular with locals and visitors alike, it’s a great place to get a taste of Dallas and even get some to go.
920 S. Harwood St
Dallas, TX, US 75201

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum holds the largest electronic records collection in the entire Presidential Library system. Visit Freedom Hall, a high definition video wall montage of the 44 U.S. presidents, and a full-sized replica of the Oval Office. This is a CityPASS attraction – Dallas CityPASS saves you over 40% on admission to some of our most popular attractions.
2943 SMU Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75205

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden features 66 acres with 11 lush display gardens that offer seasonal color all year long. Home of the Dallas Blooms, the Southwest’s largest outdoor floral festival, the Arboretum provides a tranquil oasis where visitors are surrounded by the beauty of all four seasons, with the breathtaking backdrop of the magnificent White Rock Lake. This is a CityPASS attraction – Dallas CityPASS saves you over 40% on admission to some of our most popular attractions.
8525 Garland Rd
Dallas, TX, US 75218

Convention Centers

  • Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas

    Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center has over 1 million square feet and offers a staggering 726,726 square feet of prime, contiguous exhibit space along with a 203,000-square-foot column-free exhibit hall - the largest in the US.

    • Exhibit Space1,000,000 sq. ft.
      Total meeting space434,224 sq. ft.
      Guest rooms 1 mi. from convention center1,001


Additional Information

Green spaces and walkable neighborhoods in the heart of the city, professional sports teams and a sprawling arts district are just a few reasons why entertainment options encourage days and nights full of adrenaline and excitement beyond the conference room. Some noteworthy Dallas attributes are: • World-class dining scene, with nine chefs and restaurants recognized by the James Beard Foundation • Dallas boasts the best shopping in the Southwest • Largest urban arts district in the nation (20 square blocks) • 26 golf courses for all skill levels • Eight professional sports teams • More than 20 vibrant entertainment districts • Dallas’ CityPASS attraction bundle includes access to incredible views, fascinating science and some of the nation’s most important presidential history •Dallas is the Official Home of the Frozen Margarita, and is home to the famous Margarita Mile, a collection of noteworthy margaritas to try across the city, paying homage to the city’s historic connection with the iconic beverage.


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