Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dallas delights

The cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, metropolitan hubs located approximately 35 miles from each other, cater to rental bus travelers interested in learning about Texan heritage.  Numerous tourist attractions in these cities showcase cowboy culture, providing rental bus travelers with a taste of the Texas lifestyle and a great way to see them all is with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Bus Rental Dallas.  Drop in on dozens of Dallas attractions as you travel in style and comfort in your rental bus.

Rental bus visitors will find plenty to see and do at Fair Park, a National Historic Landmark spanning 277 acres in the heart of Dallas.  Fair Park's grounds include museums, gardens, performance spaces, amusement venues, and a stunning collection of Art Deco buildings. Museums located inside the grounds include the African American Museum, Women's Museum, and the Museum of Nature and Science.  Special events and live music and theater performances also occur year-round, including the State Fair of Texas, a major event held annually in late September and early October.

Cowboys Stadium is home to the world famous Dallas Cowboys football team. The stadium opened in May 2009, and the 80,000-capacity venue stands as the largest domed stadium in the world. It also boasts the largest high-definition video screen, stretching 60 yards across the playing field from 20-yard line to 20-yard line. The stadium also hosts a variety of events for rental bus  visitors of all ages including concerts, sporting events and religious ceremonies. Tours are offered daily and provide rental bus visitors with an insider’s look at the playing field and locker rooms.

For rental bus visitors that wish to experience Dallas/Fort Worth's cowboy heritage, plan a rental bus visit to the Stockyards National Historic District.  Attractions include cattle drives, a 5,400 square-foot wooden maze and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, which honors Texas men and women who have excelled in the sport and business of rodeo, and the western lifestyle.  Rental bus visitors can also make an appointment to have their photo taken at the Hall of Fame's Jersey Lilly Old Time Photo Parlor with a real stagecoach and costumes and props of their choice.

With more than 21 million visitors per year, NorthPark Center  is consistently named one of the top attractions to see when you're travelling in Dallas, and a favorite with rental bus shoppers.  A local and rental bus visitor shopping favorite since 1965, NorthPark mixes luxury shopping, visual arts and fine dining to create an unparalleled shopping experience.  NorthPark Center features a variety of fine retailers, including Dallas original Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York and Nordstrom.Rental bus shoppers can enhance their visit to NorthPark by dining in the international food plaza or wandering through the indoor, 1.4-acre landscaped gardens.

For a great time getting into the heart and pulse of Dallas, give Bus Rental Dallas a call.  Their friendly staff can help you plan your trip with a selection from their fleet of rental buses, and will impress you with their personalized service.