4 Hidden Gems in Downtown Dallas
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You are right to expect Dallas to have plenty for the curious tourist. There are unending unique attractions, and some will take residence in your mind, tugging and coaxing you to go back.
However, there are some hidden gems in the city that do not make headlines. We recommend visiting one of these places if you are looking to get intimate with the city and you are in luck as the Cirque residences are in close proximity to these areas.
The Ruth Paine House Museum is where Lee Oswald spent the night and stored the rifle before assassinating JFK. The house takes you back to a different time, and you can speak to some of Oswald's neighbors who are still alive.
You can also watch a movie in the Texas Theatre where Oswald was arrested.
If you need a space to escape or blow off steam, the Anger Room in Dallas is an ideal spot. Once inside you are given protective clothing, armed with a bat, and you are free to go crazy.
The more you break, the better you feel, and it will give you a weird sense of confidence. By and large, it is a space where you are free to let loose.
The fabrication yard is one of the cooler spots in downtown Dallas. The art is eclectic, and you can see pieces by local artists. Furthermore, you see people working on new murals, and it is nothing short of dazzling. Whether it is for a ten-minute visit or a photo-shoot, the Graffiti fabrication yard is the place for you.
Koreatown is a dream come true for any food enthusiast. It is the stuff of fantasy for anyone looking to explore Korean cuisine. You also get to experience a different culture, and nothing beats that.
Though there are attractions that take the spotlight, these gems are the true soul of downtown Dallas. They are out of the way, have fewer tourists, and you get to interact with real Dallas residents. Worth visiting. I welcome you to contact us to book your stay.