After three years of construction, the Perot Museum of Nature & Science is finally opening its doors. Take a look at what you can find at the new Dallas attraction.
For more than a decade, the public has paid between $5 and $10 to enjoy the exhibits at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) – but that will soon be changing.
Kwanzaa, a celebration of African-American heritage, continues to grow in popularity across the country. DFW offers a variety of events that promote African American culture and education, and showcase immense talent. Enjoy young students singing hymns, gospel and classical music. Learn more about the rich culture in area communities. Kwanzaa begins Dec. 26 and ends on New Year’s Day, a cultural holiday rather than a religious one that focuses on unity, self-determination, responsibility, collaborative economics, purpose, creativity and devotion, and it’s all right here in Dallas Fort Worth.
From Western to wildly contemporary, Dallas-Fort Worth boasts an exciting and talented art community perfect for any taste. The best places to buy local art for less than $100 offer up everything from home decor pieces to the ideal gift for any eclectic in-law.
The new Perot Science Museum of Dallas opens in December. At a cost of nearly $200 million, it presents a unique addition to the city’s skyline.
DFW has many places to celebrate National Native American History Month this November. These are some of the best ways to celebrate Native American history and culture.
The Chihuly exhibition has been extended through December 31 as a gift to the City of Dallas from the Arboretum Board of Directors. It was initially set to close on November 5.
Fort Worth’s historic Ridglea Theater has reopened after being closed for more than two years for renovations.
Though most ghosts are a surprise, DFW’s best haunts surprise with their locations. From a man crushed at the zoo to a traditional haunted hotel, this area is chock full of spirits.
Do you want to travel around the world? How about doing it in less than a day? An event in Addison promised just that.
From the final weekend of the State Fair of Texas to a comic convention featuring Stan Lee, there are plenty of events happening across North Texas.
She has been called a genius, even a prodigy. Over the past five years, Autumn De Forest has gained nationwide recognition for her impressive artwork, and she’s only 11 years old.