AT&T PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is situated on 10 acres in the heart of the vast Dallas Arts District. Featuring Pritzker Prize-winning architecture, the center presents a variety of programs year-round in its attractive mix of indoor and outdoor performance venues.
Opened in 1921 the Majestic Theater welcomed all the stars of the vaudeville era in its heyday. Still an important part of the Dallas arts scene, the Majestic hosts a wide choice of performance art and live events.
THE VERY BEST OF BROADWAY WITH DALLAS SUMMER MUSICALS
Dallas Summer Musicals presents shows from Broadway theatre in North Texas and is the second oldest summer theatre organization in the United States.
There is always something happening in Dallas. From major theater shows and touring performances, to exhibitions, the thriving arts district is a vibrant place to explore. Experience warm Southern hospitality and genuine service in Dallas’ unique and evolving dining scene.
This shop is full of unusual and beautiful finds: think candleholders made out of doll heads, stuffed peacocks, skull and crossbones stationery and paperweights with snake skeletons inside. Mysterious yet inspiring, obscure yet creative, dark yet chic. You’ll find jewelry, handbags, apothecary, floral and other oddities of luxury.Highland Park Village
Highland Park Village was the nation’s only self-contained shopping center when it first opened in 1931, and, nearly seven decades later, it was designated as a National Historic Landmark. Today, the center’s elegant Spanish architecture is accented by sweeping door arches, red tile roofs, and an ornate fountain. The complex is an emporium of luxury stores, including Christian Dior, Trina Turk, Arkis, Lela Rose, Ralph Lauren, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, Rag & Bone, Harry Winston and Chanel. NorthPark Center
NorthPark Center offers an unrivalled collection of luxury boutiques set amid internationally acclaimed art, award-winning architecture and extraordinary landscaping, as well as a 1.4-acre garden and a state-of-the-art movie theater. Timeless architecture, signature white brick and highly polished floors showcase a spectacular collection of more than 230 retailers and restaurants. Significant art is on view, including major works by renowned artists Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Joel Shapiro and many others.
Always part of the Dallas social scene, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is still the place to be seen. Events including live music draw a discerning crowd of locals and guests to enjoy the authentic ambience of a grand residence.