Dallas Art District
Dallas is home to a world-class Art District in the heart of downtown. The cornerstone and catalyst for creative vitality in the region, the Arts District is home to the city's leading visual and performing arts institutions, whose range and depth make it a destination for the arts that is unparalleled in the world.
Explore the different museums and activities that this cultural district has to offer. Our Dallas performing arts center hotel is just a short drive away.
Dallas Museum of Art
Dallas Museum of Art is one of the jewels within the district. The museum houses major works of Pre-Columbian, Old World, and modern art.
The AT&T Dallas Performing Arts Center
The AT&T Dallas Performing Arts Center completes the dream of the Dallas Arts District - a unique, 68-acre, 19-block neighborhood in the heart of Dallas that is the centerpiece of the cultural life of the city. It offers three venues that can host everything from a comedy, musicals, dance companies, to the biggest Broadway show one can imagine.
Perot Museum is a favorite for children with a curious mind. Inspiring visitors of all ages, the museum of nature and science offers hands-on activities and the chance to discover something new.
Kylde Warren Park
Klyde Warren Park is the newest addition to the Dallas Arts District. This urban green space was built over the recessed Woodall Rodgers Freeway and offers lunch and learns, Skyline 360 Tours, Zumba, and more.
Meyerson Symphony Center
Meyerson Symphony Center is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra that captivates audiences with their classical and modern musical, world-class performances.
Nasher Sculpture Center
Nasher Sculpture Center is a must-see as a museum devoted to the exhibition, study, and preservation of modern sculpture with over 300 sculptures rotate in thematic installations throughout the museum's exhibition spaces.
Trammel and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art
Trammel and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art is a true showcase including 1,200 Chinese jade artifacts- one of the largest in the country. With objects dating back to 3,500 B.C, this is another must-see for anyone visiting Dallas.