Tour Downtown Dallas on the McKinney Avenue Trolley
Did you know that the McKinney Avenue Trolley offers free rides to some of the city's best destinations?
The M-Line was established in 1983 with the mission of returning heritage streetcars to Dallas.
The trolley runs 365 days a year, and points of interest include:
American Airlines Center
Since 2001, the American Airlines Center has set the precedent for sporting and live entertainment events. It's one of the country's top arenas and the eighth busiest in the world. Over the years, it has welcomed dozens of legendary musical acts including Garth Brooks, Billy Joel, and Fleetwood Mac. To ensure audiences enjoy an intimate experience, the center features a high-definition scoreboard and two massive video boards on each upper end.
Nasher Sculpture Center
Step inside the Nasher Sculpture Center to see one of the world's finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures. It features three hundred masterpieces by famed artists such as Alexander Calder. He's credited with changing the course of modern art by bending, sculpting, and twisting wire to make three-dimensional drawings in space.
Hungry visitors can enjoy a meal in the Nasher Cafe. Brought by Wolfgang Puck, it overlooks the center's lush gardens. The chefs make the meals from fresh ingredients, and highlights include tuna melts, Tataki salmon salad, and buffalo chicken sandwiches.
S&D Oyster Company
Found inside a historic old building, the S&D Oyster Company is reminiscent of the cozy little seafood joints nestled along the Gulf Coast. Founders Herb and May Kay Story named the restaurant after their children Stephanie and Doak. They use treasured family recipes, and the eatery is so popular there is almost always a wait. Offerings include fried oysters, broiled whole flounder, and fried trout filet.
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