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Never heard of the West End Historic District of Dallas until we drove to it, inadvertantly! So glad we found it, it's a lovely little piece of Texas you shouldn't miss, if you're in the Dallas area. I loved the old factory buildings, some of...More
While there are specific things to see like Dealey Plaza and the 6th Floor Museum, as an area to walk around in, the West End Historic District appears slightly dirty and unkempt. Quite a few homeless walking around, and while no one bothered us, I...More
This is an emblematic place in downtown Dallas. It was the beginning of the City of Dallas in the 19th century and also JFK assassination place. It has nice restaurants around. Also, they have three different museums in the West End Historic District.
This is a changing area - old historic low brick houses, probably earlier downtown businesses are now converting to hip bars and restaurants.
It's in the very center, minutes away from the book storage JFK assassination museum. We didn't find it particularly interesting, but it'll...More
We walked around and saw a lot. Cool side of the city, with lots of history and lots to see. We saw lots of commercial space for rent or lease, and lots of construction and city work being done. Hope to come back when all...More