Please note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some events below may be affected. Please visit the attached links for latest updates.

9/30 COLLEGE STATION: Mrs. Bush’s Story Time –

George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, originally aired from 1990 to 1994, while Mrs. Bush served as First Lady of the United States. The new podcast features archival recordings of Mrs. Bush reading cherished children’s stories aloud with special guests like Winnie the Pooh, Daffy Duck, Elmo, and Grover, and celebrities including Oprah Winfrey and Alan Arkin,

10/2 BRYAN: First Friday –

Downtown Bryan, enjoy live music, art and an array of shopping and dining, this is a free, family friendly event and a great way to enjoy the evening,

10/9-10 Fort Worth: Mike Ryan –

Billy Bob’s Texas, entering the next phase of his career with the release of “New Hometown,” Ryan is excited to give his fans new music,

10/24 BRYAN: Family Festival –

Downtown Bryan, bring children and families to Downtown Bryan for a day of visual, literary, science and performing arts activities,

  • No visit to Dallas is complete without touring the stunning Southfork Ranch from the legendary TV series "Dallas".
  • Experience the true flavor of Texas at Billy Bob’s Texas. Enjoy live music, dancing, bull riding and a restaurant all in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards.
  • There's no place in Texas like Fort Worth's Stockyards Station!
  • The home of the Dallas Cowboys - ATT Stadium.

Welcome to Dallas/Fort Worth where "Live Large, Think Big" describes the essence and vitality of Texas. Enjoy the many world-class museums, countless luxury accommodations, live entertainment, great sporting events, and outstanding shopping.

Whatever you see and do during your stay, travel safe and be sure to make time for lots of fun.


For those who live to shop or simply like to splurge every once in a while, Dallas is a true shopper's paradise.



Find your inner cowboy or just experience a wild west at the many rodeos around the Dallas area.



Dallas is the arts & cultural epicenter of Texas with the largest urban arts district in the nation.