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Things To Do In The DDD This Summer

Whether you're looking for relaxation, culture, delicious food, or a bit of retail therapy, the Dallas Design District has something for everyone to enjoy this summer.

Read below for your guide to spending the summer in the Dallas Design District. 

Plan a Staycation at The Virgin Hotels Dallas.

Enjoy a relaxing getaway without leaving town by booking a stay at The Virgin Hotels Dallas. With stylish accommodations, top-notch amenities, and a vibrant atmosphere, it's the perfect place to unwind and indulge in a little luxury.

Website | 1445 Turtle Creek Blvd

Browse an art gallery like Christopher Martin Gallery.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant arts scene of the Dallas Design District by exploring galleries like the Christopher Martin Gallery. Discover stunning works of art from talented local and international artists, and maybe even find the perfect piece to add to your collection.

Website | 1533 Dragon St

Dine Al Fresco at Ferris Wheelers.

Take advantage of the warm summer weather by dining al fresco at Ferris Wheelers. This popular barbecue joint offers delicious smoked meats, refreshing drinks, and a laid-back atmosphere perfect for leisurely outdoor meals.

Website | 1950 Market Center Blvd

Attend a Pool Party at The Pool Club.

Cool off from the summer heat by attending a pool party at The Pool Club at the Virgin Hotels Dallas. With live music, delicious cocktails, and skyline views, this rooftop pool club is the ultimate way to beat the heat and have some fun in the sun.

Website | 1445 Turtle Creek Blvd

Update your space with AOI Home.

Give your home a summer refresh by shopping for unique home decor and furnishings at AOI Home. From stylish furniture to eye-catching accessories, you'll find everything you need to update your space and give it a fresh new look for the season.

Website | 1030 Dragon St

Take a Walk on the Newly Opened Hi-Line Connector.

Explore the outdoors and enjoy some exercise by taking a walk on the newly opened Hi-Line Connector. This one-mile urban trail provides safe pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure between the Katy Trail and the Trinity Strand Trail, offering beautiful views and a refreshing change of scenery.

Website | Image from The Loop Dallas. 

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