Dallas Districts & Neighbourhoods
A historical area with a large collection of shops, galleries, and restaurants. A feature is the McKinney Avenue Trolley which connects this area with downtown.
The West End is a turn-of-the-century district in downtown Dallas. The area features more than 80 shops, 40 restaurants and numerous nightclubs.
Dallas Arts District is located on the north end of downtown Dallas on 60 acres of land that is exclusively used for the arts. This district is known as the largest cultural district in the nation and is home to a number of renowned visual and performing arts organizations. Art, music, dance and drama all thrive in this amazing area of downtown Dallas.
Located in the heart of the Stockyards National Historic District, Stockyards Station is a one-stop center for the entire family. The station offers over 25 specialty shops, an art gallery, the depot for the Tarantula Steam Train, the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and banquet facilities.
An arts and entertainment district east of Dallas on Elm Street, Deep Ellum was settled by former slaves after the Civil War. Today, the district is a hub of activity and events, and it is home to a wide range of shops, restaurants and nightclubs.
Fair Park is an entertainment and cultural center located two miles from downtown Dallas. Within the park are the Dallas Zoo, the Dallas Aquarium, the Music Hall, the Cotton Bowl Stadium, the Texas Vietnam Memorial and much more. For three weeks in the fall each year, the State Fair of Texas is held at Fair Park.
Known as one of the oldest entertainment districts in Dallas, Greenville Avenue hosts a number of boutique shops, restaurants, bars and live music clubs.
Swiss Avenue Historic District
Swiss Avenue Historic District was once home to many of Dallas' wealthiest residents. Large brick and stone mansions line the streets, spanning a number of architectural styles.
Highland Park is an upscale neighborhood that is home to a number of prestigious shops and fine dining restaurants.
Pegasus Plaza is located in historic downtown Dallas at the corners of Main Street and Akard.
Knox-Henderson is named for two streets that cross Central Expressway, just north of downtown Dallas and near the SMU campus. Knox Street, located on the west side of this area, is known for its abundance of trendy restaurants, furniture shops and antique galleries. Henderson Street is located on the east side of the area and boasts a number of restaurants, nightclubs and small antique shops.