Although traditionally known as a sports Mecca, Dallas has a great deal to offer in terms of history and arts too! Football, baseball, and basketball enthusiasts will undoubtedly want to visit world famous centers such as Cowboys Stadium, American Airlines Center, Gerald J. Ford Stadium, and Moody Coliseum to make homage to the Dallas Cowboys, Mavericks, Stars as well as the Texas Rangers and SMU Mustangs. However, art lovers will find Dallas to be culturally educational, with some of the world’s finest museums.
The Sixth Floor Museum, dedicated entirely to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, is the only of its kind. The Meadows Museum of Art houses one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Spanish Art outside of Spain and features the work of famed artists such as El Greco and Picasso. Those looking for some serenity and peace of mind should pay a visit to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, while those looking for wind in their hair should spend a day at the Zero Gravity Thrill Rides Amusement Park. A family trip to the Dallas Zoo and Dallas World Aquarium is necessary and fun for both kids and adults. Find any kind of restaurant imaginable on Beltline Road or shop the exclusive stores peppered throughout the city. Whether you’re looking for fun, food or adventure, the experience will almost always be greater nearby a Radisson Dallas hotel.