Dallas – Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing metroplexes in the United States. It is a perfect mix of the Texan cowboy life and cosmopolitan offerings. The city’s economy is primarily based on banking, commerce, telecommunications, technology, energy, healthcare, medical research, transportation, and logistics. It has the third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the United States.
There is never a dearth of things to do or places to visit in DFW!
The Dallas Arts District is the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation! It is a cultural hub known for the strikingly angular Meyerson Symphony Center, the lavish Winspear Opera House and the Dallas Museum of Art, with its vast collection spanning ancient times to the present. The Nasher Sculpture Center exhibits modern masterpieces in a verdant setting, while the Crow Collection of Asian Art displays religious and secular pieces from diverse eras and cultures.
Fort Worth is where the West begins, and nothing embodies the Western heritage better than the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. From the original brick walkways to the wooden corrals, every inch of the Stockyards tells the true history of Texas’s famous livestock industry.
You can relive the tumultuous days in history by visiting the spots made famous by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The 6th-floor museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Don’t forget to check out the Kennedy Memorial just around the corner.
Another attraction not to be missed is the revolving restaurant atop the Reunion Tower, which gives you a chance to have front row seat view of the Dallas Downtown’s skyline.
The Dallas Arboretum, Dallas Museum of Art, Perot Museum of Science worth visiting too. And most importantly, don’t forget to try our famous Tex-Mex cuisine!