Dallas boasts of thousands of years of art and splendid museums. You can visit several exciting places when you’re in Dallas, and some are listed below. Information can be found here.
Winspear Opera House
The Winspear Opera House has its inaugural season in 2009/2010 as one of the four cultural venues at the At&T Performing Arts Center. And despite accommodating about 2,200 audiences, Winspear is the most exquisite opera house around the country, and there is a kindle of intimacy from its horseshoe configuration. While the slatted Sky Canopy offers shade to Sammons Park, which is more than three acres, you will meet the Annette and Harold Simmons Signature Glass Façade when you arrive at this opera house is more than 18 meters high. See here for information about Dallas, Texas and All the Funfairs.
Swiss Avenue Historic District
Swiss Avenue Historic District possesses the largest contingent of prairie-style homes with its fifty-block neighborhood, which Frank Lloyd Wright inspired. As a sightseer, whether you come by car or on foot, you will find the most picturesque part as the 57-acre, four-block Swiss Avenue Historic District, between the northern part of La Vista and Fitzhugh Street. There are also some preserved houses in the district apart from Prairie School, are Colonial Revival as well as some other opulent historicist styles such as Craftsman, Queen Anne, Spanish, Italian Renaissance, and Tudor.