Things to do in Dallas
The Westin Dallas Park Central is easily accessible at the corner of LBJ Freeway and Coit Road in the heart of North Dallas just minutes away from some of the city's airports. Our beautifully renovated hotel is close to many entertainment and dining options and is located within a 5-mile radius of 42 restaurants.
- 25 Minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
- 17 Minutes from Dallas Love Field Airport
- 15 Minutes from downtown Dallas
- 10 Minutes from the Telecom Corridor
- 5 Minutes from the Dart Light Rail System with a direct route to the downtown area
- AT&T Stadium
- American Airlines Center
- Belo Garden
- Dallas Love Field
- Dallas Museum of Art
- Dallas Zoo
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
- Galleria Dallas
- Klyde Warren Park
- NorthPark Center
- Richardson Business Center
- Southern Methodist University
- Perot Museum of Nature and Science
- Dickey's Barbecue
- University of Texas at Dallas
How To Get Here
Upscale malls, trendy boutiques, and charming antique shops have made Dallas a shopping destination in its own right. Galleria Dallas and NorthPark Center Mall are located just minutes from our hotel and are easily accessible.
Big things are always taking place in Dallas. There are various entertainment and cultural districts around Dallas, including The Dallas Arts District which is the largest urban arts district in the country. Whether catching a game or concert at American Airlines Center, taking in a performance at Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center or reveling in works of art at the Dallas Museum of Art, this vibrant city offers no shortage of things to do and see.
The Dallas Park System is one of the largest municipal park systems in the nation with 380 parks totaling over 24,842 acres of parkland. Dallas also has over 125 miles of diverse hiking and biking trails. Main Street, Belo Garden, and Klyde Warren Park are some of the larger parks within the city, and just 5 miles northwest of Dallas sits 1,015 acre White Rock Lake and park.
Dallas is home to many universities, including Southern Methodist University and the University of Texas at Dallas which are two top ranked schools in the area.