Listings in Cultural
Kravis Center (13,571.59 mi)
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, located in West Palm Beach, Florida, is one of the premier performing arts centers in the Southeast with a growing national and international reputation. The Kravis Center is a not-for-profit corporation? To be able to fulfill our mission, we depend on the support of donors like you.
701 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Bass Performance Hall (14,680.13 mi)
The Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall complex is the crown jewel of a city which boasts the nation's third largest cultural district. It is also an important symbol of one of the most successful downtown revitalization efforts in the country. Bass Hall is the permanent home to the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera and the Van Cliburn Internationall Piano Competition.
555 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Sid Richardson Museum (14,680.17 mi)
The Sid Richardson Museum has one of the finest private collections of paintings of the Old West by Frederic Remington (1861-1909) and Charles M. Russell (1864-1926). Amassed by Texas oilman Sid W. Richardson (1891-1959), the paintings capture the romance and ruggedness of the western United States in the late 1800s. Free group tours by appointment. Museum Store has Western gifts. Free admission.
309 Main Street Sundance Square
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Bishop Arts District (14,657.45 mi)
The Bishop Arts District is home to over 60 independent boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, theaters and art galleries. Located in the heart of North Oak Cliff, one of Dallas' most unique neighborhoods. A historical shopping district full of great finds, good eats, and good ole Oak Cliff charm! The Bishop Arts District is made up of many independently-owned shops and eateries that maintain various hours.
W Davis St & N Oak Cliff Blvd
Dallas, Texas 75208
Big D Fun Tours (14,656.68 mi)
Founded in 2005 this unique transportation company has entertained and informed thousands of locals and visitors with all-day sightseeing tours and private charters. The Big D Fun Tours offers a unique and professional transportation service to entertain clients or guests that seek insider’s tips on the best of Dallas, or for interesting travel options to transport business and social groups.
100 S Houston St.
Dallas Holocaust Museum (14,656.78 mi)
At the Dallas Holocaust Museum, you and your family can learn the tragic lessons of the Holocaust through the lens of one fateful day in April 1943. Bear witness to unspeakable crimes and righteous self-sacrifice, to horrific pain and to bright hope. At this museum, you can remember the victims and the survivors. If you havenâ€™t visited the Museum, please make a plan to visit soon so you will see why so many say, â€œEveryone should see this.â€
211 N. Record St., Ste. 100
Dallas, Texas 75201
Dallas Segway Tours (14,656.89 mi)
We offer over 8 years in the industry and as an Authorized Segway® touring facility we are dedicated in providing you the highest quality and safest Segway® PT tours in North Texas, We adhere to all Segway® safety guidelines including smaller guide-to-glider ratios for more personal attention, we are pedestrian friendly, and our company conforms to all current State and local regulations and City requests.
1800 N. Market St.
Dallas, Texas 75202
Sun To Moon Gallery (14,658.06 mi)
Sun to Moon Gallery has been providing finely crafted photographic prints by contemporary American photographers to businesses and individual collectors since 2001. Featuring a wide variety of prints, including large-format color landscapes, seascapes, abstracts, architecturals & more, plus hand-crafted bromoil and encaustic prints, platinum prints, platinum/palladium over gold leaf prints and traditional black & white prints. Fifty or more prints are on display, with many more in stock.
1515 E Levee St
Dallas, Texas 75207
The Perot Museum Of Nature And Science (14,657.08 mi)
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science located in Victory Park, near Downtown Dallas is said to be a "world of wonder" by The Dallas Morning News. Passing the test of school children, inspiring curiosity in all ages and boasting as a living science lesson, this new Museum opened its doors to the public on December 1, 2012. Get ready to amaze your brain through hands-on learning experiences.
2201 N Field Street
Dallas, Texas 75201