Dallas is seemingly big in every way, from physical size to the brimming pride of its residents. Famous for many things, including iconic TV series, “Dallas,” and its basketball team, the Dallas Mavericks, it evokes various memories whenever mentioned.
Of course, Dallas is also famous for its hot weather, and this remains one of its most talked-about characteristics. Many residential and commercial properties adopted protective and practical measures such as window film installation, which you can get from firms such as Amersol.
That said, Dallas remains a fun place to visit and live in. If you fancy beating that heat while having some fun alongside, here are practical things you can do that will interest you.
Visit the “Oval Office”
Of course, the Oval Office is firmly in Washington DC, but they made a perfect replica at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas. Anyone who did not visit the scene of the World Trade Center can easily see exhibits such as beams extracted from the debris after 911.
The center also gives you the opportunity of experiencing the presidential decision-making process up-close and personal at the Decision Points Theater. Except when you decide to enjoy the Center’s Café 43, you will mostly be within the confines of a very cool environment, away from humidity or heat of Dallas.
Visit the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
You can take your pick of telescopes, zoom cameras or even interactive digital displays to grab a panoramic view of the Dallas skyline. The Big D is certainly awesome from the GeO-Deck’s 470 feet height.
Round off your trip to this iconic tower with a meal at its famous Cloud Nine Café and enjoy its signature Dallas dishes.
Visit Dallas Arts District
A walking tour of the nation’s largest arts district will take you on a journey from the 1890s architecture right into contemporary times. Pop into any of its museums, schools, performance halls, and churches, among others to enjoy a feel of the past or present.
Well, there you go. You can enjoy the sights and sounds of the city, and much more. Have fun in Dallas!