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True, Dallas has a ton of shopping malls, but don't let that be the only thing you see here. Museums are first-rate, from the Kimbell in Fort Worth to the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center. Even if you only planned to visit Dallas, a day trip to Fort Worth's Stockyards is well-worth your time, especially when combined with a night out in Sundance Square. In Dallas, you're likely to spend your days among the attractions downtown and your evenings at the many bars and restaurants uptown.

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Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth

This museum by one of America's greatest architects, Philip Johnson, has long been overshadowed by Kahn's Kimbell, its Cultural District neighbor. But Johnson's...more

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Bishop Arts District, Dallas

Oak Cliff, or more specifically the affluent Kessler Park neighborhood, across the Trinity River from downtown, proudly considers itself the anti-Dallas,...more

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Dallas Arboretum, Dallas

One of the nation's biggest and best floral displays is set on the thickly wooded slopes above White Rock Lake, a popular recreation spot close to downtown....more

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Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas

Though it is the least distinguished architecturally of the area's major museums, Edward Larrabee Barnes' sleek, modern building is dramatically ambitious if...more

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Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas

The aquarium isn't the half of this ambitious, privately operated zoological garden in Dallas's West End Historic District. An enormous glassed-in habitat...more

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Fair Park, Dallas

Built for the 1936 Texas Centennial, this 300-acre complex of pavilions, pools, and esplanades is the world's largest collection of Art Deco architecture,...more

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Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District, Fort Worth

It began as a stop on the Chisholm Trail and boomed as a raucous meatpacking district at the turn of the 19th century. Now filled with Western-wear shops,...more

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Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth

One of the nation's top zoos draws raves for its acres of realistic habitats where animals roam free in natural environments. The safarilike African Savanna...more

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Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth

The anchor of Fort Worth's celebrated Cultural District, Louis Kahn's exquisitely proportioned 1972 building is on most short lists of the 20th century's...more

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Mesquite Championship Rodeo, Mesquite

This big-time professional rodeo is just 15 minutes east of downtown Dallas. The season runs from April through September, but don't worry about the sweltering...more

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