Do Something Different in Dallas

A milestone in the center of Dallas, this entirely smoke-free hotel is just minutes from the Dallas Convention Center and comprises an on-site restaurant, contemporary in-room services, and free limited area transport service. Visitor lodgings at the Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown are equipped with several modern amenities, containing coffeemakers and fridges. Free wireless internet access and a 24-hour gymnasium center are also available on-spot. The Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown provides indoor dining at Tithes Bar and Bistro for breakfast and dinner. Guests can also take benefit from the restaurant’s full bar and room facility choices. With free transport service within a 4.8 km radius, the John F. Kennedy Museum and Victory Plaza are only minutes away. The Downtown Dallas Indigo Hotel is also nearby to local restaurants, shopping centers, and entertainment options. Foremost Street District is an excessive choice for travelers attracted to museums, history, and tourism. 

Medieval Times Tournament in Dallas

Medieval Times invites you to go back in time to the 11th Century. Set within an 11th Century European-style castle that contains inner demonstrations of medieval objects, coats of arms from prominent Spanish families and remarkable shining suits of armor, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported back in time. You’ll be preserved to a one-of-a-kind dinner experience hosted by Queen Maria Isabella that will keep you on the verge of your seat.

Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

Settled on the shores of White Rock Lake, the Dallas Arboretum was named “One of the Most Magnificent Gardens in the World” by Architectural Digest. Dallas Flowers festival claims over 500,000 spring-blooming bulbs, 3,000 azaleas and hundreds of Cherry Blooms – February-April. Summer in the garden contains an outdoor performance sequence on Thursday evenings and several water features with spectacular floral displays. Autumn at the Arboretum (September-November) features a nationally celebrated Pumpkin Village featuring over 90,000 pumpkins/gourds/squash and was named one of America’s Best Pumpkin Festivals by Fodor’s Travel. The 8 acres Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden was planned to connect children with nature. Teaching is a central motivation for the mission of the garden, which teaches life and Earth science with 17 indoor/outdoor galleries and 150 interactive activities – Where science and fun become one.

The Sixth Floor Museum

One of Texas’ most visited historic sites, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the life, death, and bequest of President John F. Kennedy. The Museum is in the former Texas School Book Depository building, where evidence of a sniper was found after the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Much of the exhibition location looks like it did in the 1960s. Tourist attractions contain a sniper’s perch, the FBI model used by the Warren Commission, an original teletype machine that first conveyed news of the president’s death, Oswald’s wedding ring, famous films, photos and more. An interactive display overlooks Dealey Plaza. The entrance contains an audio guide, available in eight languages including ASL. The museum is open daily except for Thanksgiving and Christmas. 

Reunion Tower

Reunion Tower, an iconic Dallas landmark, offers panoramic 360-degree sights of the Dallas skyline. Situated next to the Hyatt Regency Dallas, the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck propose an indoor/outdoor observation deck, distinctive banqueting choices, and a unique entertaining area. Visit with family, friends, a group or your sweetheart to create memorable memories at 470 feet in the air.