Dallas is not just barbecue, also is a place with many places to see and enjoy. From museums, parks and museums and even rodeo!
Pay attention and knows all that Dallas has to offer.
The Sixth Floor Museum. Located in the former Texas School Book Depository in downtown Dallas, chronicles the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy, assassinated in this city in 1963. In the next building is the emotional Kennedy Memorial monument in memory of Kennedy.
Founders Square. Dallas represents the origins of a grassy bank of the Trinity River. The cabin of the founder of Dallas, John Neely Bryan, dating from 1841, marks the site of the West End district. In Founders Square also find the Kennedy Memorial and a map of Dallas in the 1800s.
Six Flags. It was opened in 1961 in Arlington as the first regional theme park in the United States. Today, the park is a large leisure center for thousands of people, with nearly 50 thrilling rides (from roller coasters and drop tower to bumper cars and a carousel).
Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. The private collection of Raymond Nasher, which includes works by Henri Matisse and Picasso. The building, designed by Renzo Piano, consists of an indoor gallery and a large sculpture garden.
Turtle Creek crosses Lee Park. The park has trails for biking and jogging, picnic areas, and a replica of the home of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
Dallas Museum of Art. Represents the western pillar Dallas Arts District wider urban America. Among its exhibits will find a variety of works by European and American masters, as well as the collection of works wider African country.
Rodeo. Rodeo competitions have existed since the nineteenth century in the Western United States. In Texas and elsewhere in the American West, rodeos emerged from the informal competition that existed between the cowboys during cattle herding to tell or mark. Most cowboys learned their trade in the Spanish missionaries, who were one of the first settlers and explore Texas and the American West.
Mesquite Championship Rodeo (near Dallas) (Mesquite Championship Rodeo).
Just fifteen minutes from downtown Dallas, Mesquite Championship Rodeo runs from April to September, Friday and Saturday nights. Visitors have a great opportunity to see the cowboys compete in events from ride to lasso a bull calf.