This 22-block area is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and the homes represent several architectural ... More
Swiss Avenue Historic District
This 22-block area is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and the homes represent several architectural styles, including Mediterranean, Spanish, Georgian, Prairie School and English Tudor. Approximately 200 carefully preserved and restored homes line Swiss Avenue. As modern amenities became necessities, water, sewage and telephone lines were installed in alleys to preserve the authentic architecture of the area. The district includes portions of Bryan Street, La Vista Avenue, Live Oak Street, Swiss Avenue and Bryan Parkway.
Dallas' historic trolley system transports locals and visitors along its everyday route from downtown to uptown McKinney Avenue, all year
round. Workers discovered the original trolley tracks under layers of asphalt and concrete in 1983, and today five authentic ...
The Old Red Museum is an outstanding feature of the Dallas County Historic Plaza. It was built in 1892 in
Romanesque Revival style. It is constructed of rough cut, red Pecos sandstone and trimmed in Arkansas blue granite. The ...
One of the largest urban cultural districts nationwide, the Dallas Arts District is home to numerous performing and visual arts
venues. Visitors will marvel at unique masterpieces on display in the district's museums and galleries. World class culture abounds ...