People from all over visit Dallas for more than just the Cowboys (whom we all know play in Arlington anyway). If you feel like being a tourist in Big D, visit these must-see places.
Dealey Plaza and the Sixth Floor Museum
Dallas’ most unfortunately famous site is Dealy Plaza, where President John F. Kennedy was killed. The Sixth Floor Museum at the Dallas Book Depository annually draws millions of visitors, and many a conspiracy and history buff has walked the famed “grassy knoll.” The Sixth Floor Museum is a National Historic Landmark District.
The downtown skyline’s most famous site is Reunion Tower, which features the ball of light. Reunion Tower has an observation deck and a rotating restaurant offering sweeping, dramatic…