Shop local produce, specialty items and handcrafted food products at the Dallas Farmer's Market. Featuring more than 50 vendors from around the area, the market also holds events and classes to suit every taste.
Find a moment of calm and beauty in the bustling downtown area at Fountain Place. The 70-story office tower rises in the midst of pools, fountains, and lush landscaping. The fountains are surrounded by a grove of Bald Cypress trees.
Make the historical, emotional and spiritual connection at Freedman's Memorial, which sits on what was once the site of a graveyard for African Americans. The site was paved over to make way for the Central Expressway in the 1930s. Today it is a testament to the human spirit, with sculptures that stir the soul.
Visit the replica Pioneer Log Cabin of Dallas founder John Neely Bryan, located In the Dallas County Historical Plaza on Commerce Street, just a block east of Dealey Plaza. Although a flood mostly destroyed the original in the late 1800s, the cabin stands less than a quarter mile from Bryan's original site.
Step into the midst of a cattle drive, represented in a stunning bronze sculpture and open space called Pioneer Plaza. The park area features native trees, a flowing stream and bronze cattle being herded through the plaza. The 4-acre setting is located in front of the Dallas Convention Center.
Participate in the ongoing, communal act of being thankful at Thanks-Giving Square. The public park in Dallas includes various sections such as the Court of All Nations, the Wall of Praise and a mosaic based on Norman Rockwell's "The Golden Rule."
A gorgeous plaza of gardens and sculptures surrounds the distinctive Trammell Crow Co. building in downtown Dallas. Pedestrians and art lovers can stroll the area for free, and enjoy works by famous European masters.