The National Geographic post Free Things to Do in Dallas has been getting a lot of views, so I thought it would be fun to follow it with a collection of my photos from various walks around downtown Dallas.
Most people think of Dallas as the land of cowboy hats, oil wells, and big hair. A brash new city, where you are tested to find culture or history. Much to my surprise, I’ve been finding all kinds of architectural gems tucked into the landscape of Dallas.
The area known as the Main Street Historic District is a great place to begin your walk. Start at the corner of Harwood St. and Main St. at the Dallas the Municipal Building. Once a jail, it’s where they took Lee Harvey Oswald when he was arrested for shooting President Kennedy. It’s also where he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby. A…
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