The jewel of North Texas, Dallas is the core of the largest metropolitan area in the Southern State, a nexus of history, commerce, culture and Southern charm. With a deep living history of blues, country, cotton, railroad lines, architecture, and the kindest people on Earth, Dallas is both a great destination to visit and a perfect place to make a home. To the west is Fort Worth, The City of Cowboys and Culture, the 16th largest city in the US, and enjoy shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural arts in Downtown Fort Worth, home of world-class museums to cowboy cuisine. Together Dallas and Fort Worth are the No. 1 tourist destination in Texas.
Dallas-Fort Worth is an impressive melting pot of American cultures, forged in the crucible of a city that’s been growing and changing, experiencing influxes and migration of many different communities, [...]
Among its other high-powered industries, from telecommunications to transportation, Dallas has emerged as a decisive leader in the field of healthcare. Home to a wide range of hospitals and medical [...]
Dallas put itself on the map as the US was still growing up with its oil and cotton industries, and as the highway system and train lines of our nation developed, it became one of the largest and most crucial inland ports in the country. As the country has grown, so has Dallas, becoming a multifaceted and refined urban center. Today, its bustling commerce, diverse and fascinating arts and culture, and world-class healthcare offerings make it a haven for young professionals, growing families and those looking towards retirement.
Sharing DFW International Airport is Fort Worth which is an easily accessible international and domestic vacation destination. In the late 19th century, it became an important trading post for cowboys at the end of the Chisholm Trail. Today, it’s a modern city, with international art institutions like the Kimbell Art Museum. The Fort Worth Stockyards are home to rodeos, and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors the early pioneers.