Anchored by Baylor University Medical Center, the Baylor District is home to several non-profit organizations, along historic Swiss Avenue. The area offers pedestrian friendly streets within a neighborhood of historic homes, condos and apartments. Other notable destinations include the Latino Cultural Center, the Bryan Place neighborhood and Exhall Park. Come here if you like: home tours, parks and culture

Civic Center

The Civic Center District is the regional hub of many landmark destinations. Here you’ll find Dallas City Hall, Earle Cabell Federal Building and Courthouse, J. Erik Jonsson Central Library and the Allen Courts Building. This district is home to the new Omni Dallas Convention Center Hotel and one of largest convention centers in the country. Come here if you like: Local government, conventions & trade show

Dallas Arts District

The Dallas Arts District is the largest arts district in the nation. It’s home to the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, The Crow Collection of Asian Art, the Meyerson Symphony Center and Nasher Sculpture Center. You also will find historic churches, restaurants, food trucks and The Park, a deck park which will span over Woodall Rodgers Freeway. Come here if you like: art, cuisine & architecture

Dallas Farmers Market

The Dallas Farmers Market encompasses a large area bounded by Jackson, North Central Expressway, R.L. Thorton Freeway and St. Paul. The district is anchored by the Farmers Market, which has been providing fresh produce and landscaping materials for over six decades. The newly enclosed Shed 2 offers unique food and specialty vendors. This district is home to a collection of historic buildings and contemporary townhomes and apartments. Come here if you like: fresh produce,