Dallas and Fort Worth are two cities with more than their fair share of culture. Both cities have world-class art museums and other cultural offerings, plus outdoor spaces and a luxurious ballpark. Here’s a few our favorites things to do in Dallas-Fort Worth: 1. Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas…

Dallas and Fort Worth certainly have some great steak and barbecue places, but there’s much more to the dining scene there these days. Southwestern Cuisine was invented at at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, and it’s still a maturing and growing movement. There’s also small family restaurants, husband-and-wife chef/owners, gastropubs, trattorias, and ethnic places. Here’s our favorites: 1. Fearings…

The following are answers from an email interview with Barbee Barber, the Director of Staff and Visitor Experience at the Dallas Museum of Art. (1)   Dallas and Fort Worth have a good number of art museums. What makes the DMA unique? Free General Admission 23,000 works of art from all cultures and time periods spanning 5,000…

A Visitor’s Guide to Fort Worth Neighborhoods Downtown – downtown Fort Worth is a fun place to be. Sundance Square, which was named after Butch Cassidy’s sidekick, is 20 blocks of brick-paved sidewalks and historic buildings teeming with places to eat, drink, and have fun. Great for walking – or take the free Molly the…

A Visitor’s Guide to Dallas Neighborhoods Downtown – in addition to being home of the central business district, luxury shopping and many hotels, downtown has the Arts District. It is centered along North Pearl Street and Flora Street and includes the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Meyerson Symphony Center and the…