The Strip on Cedar Springs Vacations
Dallas, Deep Ellum and Dallas Design District, are other places in the area which are also worth exploring.
Take the chance to see the city center of Dallas and include a sightseeing trip to the Dallas World Aquarium and the Dallas Convention Center.
The Strip on Cedar Springs has a number of cultural attractions within easy reach that make great places to visit. Spend a quiet afternoon viewing the exhibits at the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Sixth Floor Museum and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. See established and up-and-coming artists live on stage at Majestic Theater, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and the ATT Performing Arts Center. There are a number of popular galleries to enjoy nearby. In particular, don’t miss the Dallas Museum of Art and the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art.
While you are here, stop at the nearby local attractions such as Dealey Plaza, Reunion Tower and the Dallas Heritage Village. These are a magnet for travellers from all the corners of the globe. If you’re into history, Dallas’s bygone days can still be experienced at the Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe.
See what is in fashion locally and spoil yourself with a new wardrobe in the nearby shopping hotspots such as the Dallas Farmer's Market.
Hang out with The Strip on Cedar Springs’s sporting fans at American Airlines Center, home turf of the legendary Dallas Mavericks basketball team in winter. If you happen to be staying in The Strip on Cedar Springs with a sports nut, why not surprise them with one of American Airlines Center’s behind the scenes tours.
When you’re ready to rest up after a long day exploring the many charms of The Strip on Cedar Springs, check in to one of the area’s convenient bed-and-breakfast, hotel and short-stay apartment options. If you're looking for great service and a comfortable bed, check out the amenities at the Adolphus Hotel, the Omni Dallas Hotel, and the Hyatt Regency Dallas.