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Crowne Plaza Dallas Downtown

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Main Street entertainment District (3 blocks away) The ATT Performing Arts Center (4 blocks away)

Tips

For help with your itinerary, just ask the friendly concierge. From concerts and events at American Airlines Center to tours of historic downtown Dallas, our hotel's property is surrounded by fun.

Things To Do

Things To Do

West End Entertainment District

As Dallas' oldest entertainment area, the West End is still Dallas' premier destination for special events. Enjoy 25+ award winning restaurants, bars and pubs. The West End has some of the best places to shop in Texas and Dallas’ most popular attractions.

The House of Blues

2200 N lamar Street, Dallas, TX 75202

Visit the House of Blues for live music, delta-inspired cuisine or a special event. Let music and food feed your soul. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Dallas displays the "Crazy Quilt" and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.

Dallas Aquarium

Experience nature’s adventure at The Dallas World Aquarium. The facility is home to a unique display of flora and fauna from five continents, 14 countries, three oceans, numerous seas and rivers.

Dallas Convention Center

Home to internationally acclaimed symphonies, art museums, worldwide tradeshows, culteral centers, and national sporting tournaments.

American Airlines Center

Home of the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Desperados, and Dallas Stars. Visit the American Airlines Center for a sporting event or go to one of the many concerts that are there every weekend.

Superpages.com Center

The Sixth Floor Museum

Neiman Marcus Flagship Store

North Park Mall

Texas Stadium

Home of America's Team, Dallas Cowboys.

Lone Star Park

Six Flags over Texas

Rodeo

Cotton Bowl

The Cotton Bowl is an outdoor stadium in Dallas, Texas, United States. Opened in 1930 as Fair Park Stadium, it is on the site of the State Fair of Texas, known as Fair Park.