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1717 North Akard Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
Phone: (214) 720-2020

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Tuesday
Mostly sunny. Warm.
87/69 °F
31/21°C
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90/71 °F
32/22°C
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31/21°C
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About Dallas, TX

Dallas, a city of contrasts, blends wide-open spaces with towering skyscrapers. Now the Southwest's largest banking center, the old frontier town is a leader in wholesale business, near the nation's top in million-dollar companies, and second in convention business. On the other hand, the city also knows how to have fun! The West End Historic District and Marketplace boasts a festive mix of restaurants, nightclubs, boutiques, and street entertainers. Fair Park a National Historic Landmark attracts a crowd of nearly three million annually at the State Fair. Downtown's Reunion Tower is a 50-story complex and focal point of the popular Reunion area. For history buffs, The Sixth Floor Museum is an exhibit dedicated to the life and death of President John F. Kennedy. Cultural highlights include the Dallas Symphony, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Dallas Zoo. Sports fans have plenty to get excited about with the Cowboys, Rangers, Stars, and Mavericks. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) makes it easy for visitors to get to their favorite destinations.
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Step back into the Lone Star State's pioneer past. Tennessee lawyer John Neely Bryan thought he found a good site for a trading post when his wanderings brought him to the three forks of the Trinity River in 1839. A downtown reconstruction of his cabin pays tribute to the city's founder.

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