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Everything You Need to Know about Living in Dallas

Everything You Need to Know about Living in Dallas

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Everything You Need to Know about Living in Dallas

One of the hardest things about planning a trip is figuring out what we are going to do, what we are going to see, and where we are going to go once we arrive. Whether you are visiting for a weekend or have lived in Dallas for 20 years, here are all the things you can't miss in town. Fortunately, all of the happening places are just moments away from your chic Dallas apartments!

What is Dallas Like?

Yes, we all know, the first thing most people think about when they think of Dallas is a cowboy, whether riding a horse or throwing a touchdown. Either way, those images wouldn’t be incorrect! If you have a Dallas stereotype, this city will probably, more than likely, meet your expectations. However, we must warn you, Dallas will also surprise you with modern art installations and world-class restaurants and trends that will blow you away. So stay tuned! The city of Dallas is not easily categorized, making it one of the most exciting cities to visit in Texas.

Things to Do In Dallas

Dallas is full of art museums, shopping destinations, and professional sports teams. When it comes to outdoor activities, there is something for everyone.

If you are a jogger or a runner, The Katy Trail is the perfect spot. One can opt to go for a run, bike ride, or just a nice walk. The Katy Trail extends 3.5 miles from Highland Park through Uptown and to the American Airlines Center. If you walk down the trail long enough, there is a nice reward at the end, The Katy Trail Ice House, where you can reward your efforts with a nice cold beer! Just be sure to maintain social distance at all times. 

If you are a history buff, then a history lesson at Dealey Plaza may be in order. It’s an important part of history that's worth exploring, as this is the spot where JFK was assassinated. When you’ve finished walking the street, you can tour the Sixth Floor Museum. The museum has numerous historical exhibits pertaining to the assassination. Although this museum is currently closed, be sure to visit their website to stay up to date about their re-opening.


Whether you are looking to indulge in the world of cowboys, or partake in an afternoon of history lessons, Dallas offers a little something for everyone.

What are some of your favorite museums in Dallas? Share with us in the comments!

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