Dallas, TX (DAL)

Offering both big-city excitement and quiet, suburban living, the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area offers an interesting mix of Texas pride and cosmopolitan offerings. The cowboy life still exists in Fort Worth, while Dallasites love the trendy local bars and numerous retail shops. And no matter which part of the metroplex they call home, sports fans rally together behind their professional sports teams.
Dallas is full of history, sports, shopping and so much more! The Galleria and NorthPark shopping centers are some of the best in Texas. Dallas is also home to the Neiman Marcus Flagship Store beckoning all the shopping lovers! There are more than five professional sporting teams in Dallas including the NFL Dallas Cowboys, the NBA Dallas Mavericks, and the MLB Texas Rangers.  Dallas also offers the Dallas Zoo, Six Flags over Texas, and the Dallas World Aquarium. For art and architecture enthusiasts, Dallas boasts the Public ArtWalk Dallas!, a 3.3-mile self-guided tour of Downtown Dallas art and architecture.  This Texas gem offers all of this and so much more!


When traveling, we know you’re faced with a lot of choices—especially in Dallas-Fort Worth where the diverse experiences are endless. With so many things to do, we want to make it easy for you to check off your travel bucket list. From local hotspots to must-see attractions, we’ve rounded up the very best so you can make the most of your time here.

The Sixth Floor Museum

Explore the facts, mystery, and legacy of President John F. Kennedy at the site where history happened. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, located in the former Texas School Book Depository building in downtown Dallas, presents the social and political landscape of the early 1960s chronicles the assassination and its aftermath and reflects upon President John F. Kennedy’s lasting impact on our country and our world.

Getting there

Airlines serving Dallas, TX (DAL) from Myrtle Beach International Airport