AT&T Stadium – The Home of the Dallas Cowboys

Full view of the AT&T Stadium

Formerly known as the Cowboys Stadium, the AT&T Stadium has a retractable roof, and it is located in Arlington, Texas. The stadium is the home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. Aside from that, the AT&T Stadium is also home to the Big 12 Championship Game and the Cotton … Read more

The Magnolia Hotel in Dallas; A Great Place to Have a Wedding

Magnolia Hotel building

The Magnolia Hotel, also known as the Magnolia Building, is a Beaux-Arts style hotel located in Main Street District in downtown Dallas. The building is considered to be a Dallas Landmark, and it is included in the National Register of Historic Places. This article will know more about the Magnolia Hotel in … Read more

Learn about Texas’ Livestock Industry at Fort Worth Stockyards

Fort Worth Stockyards Banner

The Fort Worth Stockyards is a designated historic district that is located in Fort Worth, Texas. The area covers about 98 acres of land, and most of it is listed in the National Register of Historic Places under the name Fort Worth Historic District. The area is known for holding a former … Read more

Victory Park – In the Heart of Dallas

Panoramic view of downtown Dallas’ skyline from Dallas Victory Hotel in Victory Park

Victory Park is a master-planned development site located northwest of downtown Dallas, just along Interstate 35E. It is a $3 billion project that spans over 75 acres of land, and it is home to the American Airlines Center, One Victory Park, Plaza Towers, and the Peron Museum of Nature and Science. In … Read more

Seeing the Anmials at Fort Worth Zoo

Fort Worth Zoo Cheetah

The Fort Worth Zo was founded in 1909, making it the oldest continuous zoo in Texas. When it first opened, the zoo had two bear cubs, one lion, a few rabbits, an alligator, and a coyote. During the zoo’s first ten years, its collection of animals grew, and they added beavers, monkeys, … Read more

Fort Worth Water Gardens, an Oaisis in the City

Fort Worth Water Gardens

The Fort Worth Water Gardens was designed by an architect named Philip Johnson. The park has vortex-like pools with a modernist landscape and futuristic angles. It first opened on a four-acre site in 1974 in Downtown Fort Worth. The area that the park sits on used to be known as Hell’s Half-Acre, … Read more

Explore the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Amon Carter Museum of American Art Museum

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is located at the cultural district of Fort Worth, Texas. This museum features a permanent collection of sculptures, paintings, photography, and works on paper by artists in the United States as well as its other territories during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The best concentration … Read more

Holding Private Events at the Granada Theater

The Granada Theater During the Night

The Granada Theater is considered to be a Dallas staple because it has been entertaining people of all ages from North Texas and all around the world since 1946. The Granada Theater is located in the historic neighborhood of Lower Greenville, and it was initially made as a movie house. Still, later … Read more

Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center – A Place Where Everyone Meets

Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center is formerly known as the Dallas Convention Center and named initially as Dallas Memorial Auditorium. This is a convention center that is located in the Convention Center District that is situated in downtown, Dallas. The convention center can hold up to 10,000 people, and George Dahl, … Read more

Catching the Game at Toyota Stadium (Texas)

Toyota Stadium

The Toyota Stadium is a stadium designed for soccer matches. It has about 20,500 seating capacity, and it is built and owned by the city of Frisco in Texas which is a suburb in Dallas. Today, the stadium’s primary tenants are the FC Dallas, Major League Soccer Club, and Frisco Independent School … Read more