Dallas is one of the largest—and most spread out—cities in the country. That makes getting around the city a little tougher. Not to worry, because Longhorn Charter Bus offers minibuses and charter buses of all sizes to make sure your group’s Dallas trip is stress-free. When you choose private transportation for your group, you don’t have to worry about carpooling or ensuring everyone arrives at a certain location at a certain time.
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If you’re a lover of art, culture, and architecture and find yourself in Dallas, Texas, the Dallas Arts District should be at the top of your bucket list. Spanning 68 acres and 19 blocks, the Dallas Arts District is the largest contiguous urban arts district in the country. With so much to see in this one area, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out where to go, but we’re here to help. We’ve come up with a guide to visiting the Dallas Arts District, including everything that should be on your must-do list.
Address: 2001 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 242-5100
The Nasher Sculpture Center has been open since 2003. It’s home to one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures in the world. The Center also features rotating exhibitions drawn from the Nasher Collection. In terms of layout, the ground level houses three galleries, a boardroom, a gift shop, and institute offices. The upper level houses a garden that terraces downward to the auditorium, creating an outdoor theatre that hosts concerts from local and national musicians.
Address: 2403 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 880-0202
The Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Arts District is nationally recognized as one of America’s finest opera houses. Built specifically for opera, musical, and ballet performances, it is in the shape of a traditional “horseshoe” opera house and can accommodate up to 2,200 people.
If your group is planning on catching a Broadway show or ballet at Winspear Opera House while you’re in Dallas, rely on Longhorn Charter Bus to provide you with transportation to and from the venue. We’ll ensure your group arrives there safely.
Address: 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 716-4500
Dallas gets a lot of sunshine—more than the national average. If you and your group find yourselves in the city on a sunny day, we recommend heading over to Klyde Warren Park in the Dallas Arts District. Whether you want to take a free outdoor yoga class, take your group to the putting green or jam out to some live music, there’s something for everyone at Klyde Warren Park. Did we mention that there are various food trucks on a rotating schedule at the park?
Address: 2010 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 979-6430
You don’t have to fly across the world to appreciate Asian arts and culture. The Crow Museum of Asian Art in the Dallas Arts District features exhibitions that promote learning and dialogue around Asian art from both ancient and contemporary eras. Through a variety of permanent and rotating exhibitions, groups can truly experience all that Asia has to offer, right in the heart of Dallas. Plus, this museum is free to the public!
Address: 2000 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 306-5597
Not all of our recommendations are going to be based around the museums and parks to see in the Dallas Arts District. Some of them are going to be around food. That’s because the restaurants in Dallas don’t mess around, especially in the Arts District.
If your group finds yourselves hungry after enjoying Klyde Warren Park, we recommend heading over to Savor, a modern gastropub located inside the park. The restaurant is perfect for groups of all sizes because they specialize in shared plates. If your group plans on having a boozy brunch or knocking back a few brews after dinner, we recommend hiring private transportation to ensure you get to and from the restaurant safely. Don’t worry about trying to find a DD—Longhorn Charter Bus can take care of that for you.
Address: 1740 Crockett St, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 444-5357
What do you think of when you hear the term “speakeasy”? Do your ears immediately perk up? If that’s the case, then you’ll want to take your group to Akai in the Dallas Arts District. This new, secret bar opened in early 2019, and it can be accessed through the front of Musume, a local restaurant.
Once you walk through the restaurant, take a left and walk through the kitchen and past the storage area. When you see the white cinderblock wall, hang a right and then take a final left into a red tomb. This is the front of Akai.
The cocktail menu is filled with fun and refreshing drinks with an Asian twist, including a green-tea-infused whisky drink and a cucumber sake.
Make your trip to the Dallas Arts District one for the books by reserving private transportation for your whole group. Whether you’re in town for a corporate event or a family reunion, we can help you find the perfect minibus or charter bus to accommodate your group size. Contact us today at 214-206-8432 with any questions you have.