An amazing bronze sculpture of a lifelike cattle drive graces this 4.2-acre plaza in front of City Hall and the Convention ... More
An amazing bronze sculpture of a lifelike cattle drive graces this 4.2-acre plaza in front of City Hall and the Convention Center. It was originally the site of the Shawnee Cattle Trail, begun in 1854. The nationally acclaimed artist and native Texan Robert Summers sculpted the piece. The site is great for photos and kids love to climb the sculptures. Watch out though; they can get pretty hot in the summer.
Located two miles east of downtown Dallas in Fair Park, the festival features an array of cooking, arts and crafts,
livestock shows and auctions. Collegiate football games, headline concerts and the automobile show complete the three week fair experience. ...
Travel three blocks east of Downtown Dallas and you will find Deep Ellum. It is a conglomerate of unique shops,
eclectic restaurants and residential lofts. Previously deserted historic buildings and warehouses are now alive with people eating, working, living ...
Known for its exquisite architectural style, Plaza of the Americas consists of an upscale shopping center, as well as two
25 story mirrored office towers located on the north and south ends of the blocks, Le Meridien Hotel on ...