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This Dallas landmark has graced the downtown skyline since 1978. Three levels of activity top the 50-story structure, which ... More
This Dallas landmark has graced the downtown skyline since 1978. Three levels of activity top the 50-story structure, which are encircled in a dome of lights. The triangle formations of the structural cylinders encase the elevators that carry passengers to the top levels in 68 seconds. For the more actively inclined, an 837-step stairwell is located in the middle of the tower. Over 200 lights add shimmer to the geodesic dome, which can be programmed to form an infinite number of patterns. Some of the more famous include "The Electric Moon," "Texas Raindrops" and "Dallas Disco Fever." The tower opened in 1978, just two years after construction began and only five years after its conception. The Lookout is the lowest of the upper levels and provides both an indoor and outdoor observation area. Visitors can view many points of interest throughout the Dallas area from 360-degrees.
This is a romantic experience, and a grat view of the city of Dallas. It stands on it's own as a staple to the city and visible from miles away. The food is very good, and gourmet, but a little pricey. Excellent wine list and great service. It was a lovely evening.
i love reunion tower it gives you a 360 view of dallas and has exclent food. the best time to visit is late spring early summer. Kids will enjoy the out doors observation deck and the views parents can relax at the jounge or have a meal.
It was just so beautiful! The lights lit up everything and it felt so magical. It was like a wonderful dream. If I could afford it, I'd eat there everynight! Oh, and the service and the food was the best ever!
I've lived in Dallas all of my life, but have never seen a gorgeous view as the one I saw at Reunion Tower. The skyline is beautiful to look at from a distance, but to look out from the skyline is something spectuacular.
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