Take a tour of the sights in Dallas, including the Reunion Tower, Cowboys Stadium, Old Red Museum, and the Meyerson Symphony Center.
Visit downtown Dallas for superior shopping, excellent eating and tons o' fun.
Thrill-seekers ride the 212-ft. Texas Star Ferris wheel. It's one of several rides featured at the Texas State Fair.
The Morton H. Meyerson Center, home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, is located in Dallas' downtown arts district.
Explore Dallas' history at the Old Red Museum located near Dealey Plaza, where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Dallas has several stores that sell a variety of Western gear, including colorful boots for cowboys and cowgirls.
Exploring the sights in downtown Dallas can be hectic when traveling on Highway I-35.
A man enjoys the sunrise while rowing his boat on White Rock Lake in Dallas.
Check out the beautiful Dallas skyline at dusk.
Dallas has some of the best rodeos in the world. From the Cowtown Coliseum to the Mesquite Rodeo, you'll find lots of rodeo entertainment in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
It's all about over-the-top fashion and cattle icons in Texas.
Reunion Tower (far left), one of the most recognizable landmarks in the Dallas skyline, is a 560 tall observation tower with a rotating restaurant: Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck.
The iconic image of Texas is the longhorns.
Cowboys Stadium, the largest domed stadium in the world, has a retractable roof and serves as the home of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, TX.