Things to Do in Dallas
The Big D
Dallas is the largest and most populous city in the Dallas- Fort Worth metroplex, and is located in the north-central region of Texas. The city has gained recognition on a global scale for being home to ‘The Dallas Cowboys’ and the team’s cheerleaders, as well as the eponymous television series named ‘Dallas’. Today, the city of Dallas is known for its eclectic dining and cultural scene, and excellent collection of museums, as well as its arts district which is the country’s largest. Dallas also has more malls, per capita, than any other American city, making it a Mecca for shopping-addicted travelers. If you need some help with planning your upcoming trip to this vibrant city then make sure to take a look at our list of the best things to do in Dallas.
Sixth Floor Museum
The Sixth Floor Museum is located, quite unsurprisingly, on the sixth floor of The Dallas County Administration Building. The museum is famous for being the site from where Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated the former US President – John F. Kennedy. The museum’s exhibits tell the story of the former president’s remarkable life, times and legacy through a number of historic films, photographs, artifacts and interpretative displays. A dedicated webcam is focused on the sniper spot. Explore this museum on a self-guided cell-phone tour and discover why it ranks so highly in the list of the best things to do in Dallas.