Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2 acre public park located in downtown Dallas. The park is named after Klyde Warren, the son of billionaire Kelcy Warren. The park operates from 6am to 11pm.
The park was constructed over a section of Woodall Rodgers Freeway and creates an urban green space within the downtown Dallas area. It also provides connectivity to the Dallas Arts District from other neighborhoods, hosts cultural events and experiences, and functions as a public gathering space for locals and visitors to enjoy.
The landscape architecture of Klyde Warren Park was design by architecture firm The Office of James Burnett. The park features pedestrian-oriented design with active and passive spaces. In the park, you can find a children's playground, reading room, restaurant, performance pavillion, fountain plaza, games area, dog park, jogging trails, and botanical garden.
Klyde Warren Park takes up three blocks on the edge of the Arts District. The park can also be accessed via M-line Streetcar.
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