Downtown Dallas, geographically located in the center of Dallas, is the city’s Central Business District. The downtown area houses the following districts: the Arts District, City Center District, Convention Center District, Farmers Market District, Government District, Main Street District, Reunion District, and West End Historic District. There is so much going on in downtown Dallas, you’ll never run out of things to do!
Downtown Dallas is a major business hub, home to many corporate headquarters, such as AT&T, Neiman Marcus, and 7-Eleven. The downtown skyline can be seen from miles away and contains some of the tallest structures in Texas. If you’re interested in taking in a 360-degree aerial view of the downtown area, visit the Reunion Tower Observation Deck, located on the top of the city’s 15th tallest building.
Many popular attractions in Dallas are conveniently located in the downtown area. Soak in the wonderful Dallas weather and head to these locations on foot. Klyde Warren Park, the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas World Aquarium, and Perot Museum of Art and Science are all within a ten-minute walking distance of each other.
With easy access to the DART light rail system and McKinney Avenue Transit Authority (MATA) M-line, getting to downtown Dallas is simple. The DART light rail system is a commuter train that connects downtown Fort Worth and downtown Dallas, making travel between the two main cities easy for commuters. If you’re hoping to explore the different districts in downtown by public transit, hop on the M-line, a complimentary trolley service that circulates the downtown and uptown Dallas areas.
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