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Visit Dallas in a Private Jet Charter

Entertaining, historical, informative and iconic are a few words to describe the tourist attractions in Dallas. No matter what sights you decide to visit, you can be assured that you will discover and relish unique experiences available only in Dallas.

Here are top attractions in Dallas that you won’t find anywhere else:

Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park 

This living history village which is situated in the oldest parks of the city on the downtown’s southeastern edge lets tourists experience the kind of life in North Texas in the course of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The village is composed of 38 fully renovated and furnished buildings, several of which includes a school house, farmstead, a shotgun house, a log cabin and a Greek Revival style mansion.

Old Red Museum 

The Old Red Museum provides visitors a look at Dallas’ past, way back from the first settlement of the city in 1841 to the present day. The museum is housedon the second floor of a majestic Romanesque building that had served as the courthouse of the county from 1892 to 1966. This museum has four galleries that are packed with roughly 1000 artifacts.

Crow Collection of Asian Art 

This beautiful museum in Arts District of Dallas has a prudently curated assortment of around 600 works that came from India, China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Many of the artwork came from the private collection of Trammel Crow, who is a local real estate developer and his wife, Margaret. You can discover a number of galleries that shows paintings, big architectural pieces, art objects and scrolls, several of which dated back from the 10th century.

Nasher Sculpture Center 

This exceptional 55,000 square foot building, created by famous architect Renzo Piano, shows the private collection of sculptures by real estate developer Raymond Nasher and wife Nancy. The collection is deliberated as one of the world’s most astonishing accumulation of modern and contemporary sculptures, with over 300 important works from great artists as Calder, Brancusi, Miro, Koons, Rodin, Matisse, and Picasso.

Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza 

Whether you are a conspiracy theorist or a history buff, you will discover the Sixth Floor Museum a fascinating source of facts on the assassination and heritage of the late President John F. Kennedy. The exhibit of the museum has around 45,000 items that document Kennedy’s presidency until his final days.

Dallas Museum of Art 

The extensive 370,000-square-foot Dallas Museum of Art, created by the New York-based architect Edward Larrabee Barnes, provides one of the biggest and most remarkable collection of art in the country. Its permanent holdings, which dates back from the 3rd millennium BC until the present day – includes around 23,000 works of artifacts, jewelry, paintings and sculptures from around the world.

Reunion Tower 

Reunion Tower has enhanced the skyline of the city with its dancing orb ever since 1978. The tower doesn’t serve the city’s iconic landmark; it is also among the most visited spot since the opening of its new observation deck in 2013. The GeO-Deck, which is a viewing platform located at 470 feet, provides a 360-degree view of the city and beyond.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science 

Opened last 2012, this amazing 180,000-square-foot architectural jewel, created by Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate Thom Mayne and his firm, Morphosis–has five floors of amazing exhibit halls packed with interactive kiosks, hi-tech multimedia film and hands-on activities.

AT&T Performing Arts Center

Promoted as the biggest performance center outside Lincoln Center in New York, this 10-acre complex has an amazing opera house, an open-air performance space, an intimate theater and a park that functions as a place for picnics and a number of outdoor activities.

Klyde Warren Park 

This nationally celebrated 5-acre oasis is another example of what makes downtown Dallas so lively. The park opened last 2012 with the aim of inspiring more pedestrian foot traffic to the area and being a central gathering place for residents and tourists to enjoy.

You can never run out of things to do while you are in Dallas. If you travel from afar, you can get to Dallas on a commercial flight or private jet charter. From there, you can rent a car or a bus for large groups. Taxis and shuttle bus are also available.

Visitors can easily access Dallas through the city’s numerous airports whether through a commercial flight or private jet charter.  If you plan to visit Dallas in a private jet charter, book your flight at Charter Flight Group.