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West End Historic District
Dallas is an eclectic city within Texas, holding true to Spanish roots while basking in the glow of a chic modernity. Incorporated as a city in 1856, Dallas has grown into one of the most populous cities in the U.S., and the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex is the biggest in the state.
On your excursion through Big D, you’ll encounter much of the historical past along the way. Cruise through and explore the West End Historic District, just minutes from downtown Dallas.
Enjoy an American experience at the John F. Kennedy Memorial, dedicated to the remembering the legacy of the assassinated president. A visit to Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District is a nice compliment to the JFK Memorial.
As you continue your adventure through the West End Historic District, be sure to visit the Dallas World Aquarium – the kids will love that visit – and the Sixth Floor Museum is another landmark to check out. WWII buffs always make time to visit the Dallas Holocaust Museum.
Dallas Love Field is an airport set only minutes to the northwest of Dallas. The U.S. Air Force used the airport as training grounds during World War II. If you fly into Dallas you’ll most likely land at Dallas Love Field, or the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, just two of the airports scattered throughout Texas.
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