Primo Network Adventures promotions suggest a trip to Dallas this summer and Fall.
Heart of the Lone Star State, Dallas, has been the quintessential American city for decades.
The big slice of Americana offers all-star sports teams, a culture steeped in history and a burgeoning art scene. The city now boasts of multi-billion dollar urban and city renewal projects that provide visitors and residents alike new and fresh experiences in a vast assortment of art, culture, and entertainment districts throughout the city. With springtime temperatures in the mid-’60s and summertime averages in the mid 80’s, Dallas has a comfortable climate all year long that things are perfect for strolling the art districts or spending the evening taking in the nightlife.
Dallas Art District
The city’s 19 blocks of museums, entertainment venues, and art exhibits qualify it as one of the largest art districts in the country. The neighborhood is peppered with hotels that offer the perfect location to establish a base camp for a weekend, taking in a few of the attractions or a residence for a week long retreat, says Primo Network Adventures.
Frequent travelers believe that Nasher Sculpture Center should be one of the first stops on an art aficionado’s tour; the building itself is a work of art by architect Renzo Piano. The center offers an immense collection of contemporary sculptures from artists like Matisse, Picasso, and Rodin, to name a famous few. The center rotates exhibits frequently and often displays special exhibits from other museums from around the world. Care should be taken when planning a visit to the art district. Please visit https://visitdallas.com for full listings of attractions, lodging, and restaurants.
Western Historical District
The original Dallas County courthouse, Primo Network Adventures, suggests visiting the Old Red Courthouse, which is the home of the Visitor’s Information Center and the first stop for any visitor to the city. Located in the Western historical District, the visitor center will help draw the personal map for history buffs. Whether you intend to explore the reasons behind JFK’s assassination from the grassy knoll or to mosey down the historic streets of the town, travelers suggest this landmark district as a perfect place to begin your tour of Dallas.
Primo Network Adventures says, Of course, no trip to Dallas or the historic area is complete without exploring a bit of the wild west in the famous Wild Bill’s Western Store.
Dallas offers a bit of Americana for every taste. With enough attractions for a quick weekend getaway or an extended adventure, Dallas attracts nearly 30 million visitors each year. Join the party and find yourself a star in their city.