From popular nighttime television series to Mavericks, Rangers and Cowboys sports teams, Dallas - Fort Worth loom larger than life in a state that already holds that honor.
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Set in the heart of downtown Dallas, adjacent to the historic district, West End, entertainment district and arenas, this luxurious 50-story hotel features unsurpassed views of the city.
From popular nighttime television series to Mavericks, Rangers and Cowboys sports teams, Dallas and Fort Worth loom larger than life in a state that already holds that honor. More than 50,000 acres of parkland, such as White Rock Lake Park and Bachman Lake, an eclectic music scene, some of the best beef and barbecue in the world, plus a big ol’ Texas State Fair each fall give Dallas plenty to brag about. Neighboring Fort Worth has plenty to be proud of, as well, including its annual winter Southwestern Stock Show and Rodeo and Chisholm Trail Round-Up each June. Non-cowboy types will enjoy visiting museums and galleries in Dallas and Fort Worth, considered the “museum capital of the southwest.” Its renowned National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is the planet’s only museum that honors the pioneering women of the American West. The Big D, Dallas, and the City of Cowboys and Culture, Fort Worth, team up to offer a modern twist on the legendary art, music and cuisine of the American southwest.
Attend an electrifying sporting event, such as Dallas Mavericks basketball, Texas Rangers baseball or Dallas Cowboys football.
Visit the sleek Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth or the oversized Dallas Museum of Art, stuffed with more than 24,000 magical works of art. Explore the myriad creatures of The Dallas World Aquarium and Zoo in the downtown West End Historic District. Keep your eyes on the skies at the informative Frontiers of Flight Museum, part of the Smithsonian, in Dallas.
Saddle up to Fort Worth’s impressive Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, honoring the women, past and present, who have best displayed the enduring pioneer spirit of the American West.
Hop along the downtown Fort Worth Ale Trail and enjoy craft brews paired with tasty foods for a night to remember (or not).
The Dallas-Fort Worth area is hot in the summer and rainy in the spring, which allows the delightful Texas bluebonnets to flourish. A mild winter with average daytime temperatures around 55 F to 60 F makes north central Texas a worthy year-round destination.