Reading Time: 3 minutes The Arts District is Downtown Dallas’s cultural hub, known for the strikingly angular Meyerson Symphony Center, the lavish Winspear Opera House, and the Dallas Museum of Art, with its vast collection spanning ancient times to the present.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In Pittsburgh? Explore the Andy Warhol Museum located in the North Shore, only one block away from PNC Park. The Warhol is the largest museum in North America dedicated to a single artist.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Cleveland is home to one of the most historic indoor and outdoor market in the Midwest. The West Side Market is the oldest of its kind in Cleveland and offers you the chance to explore tastes from around the world with over a 100 different vendors and a variety of yummy treats and fresh produce and meats
Reading Time: 3 minutes Just a few minutes drive north of downtown is Austin’s North Loop neighborhood. North Loop is one of the few enclaves that still feel like early-aughts Austin – funky and a bit weird.
Reading Time: 2 minutes River North gets its name from being just north of the Chicago River near downtown. This neighborhood offers a beautiful river walk with plenty of restaurants, boat tours, kayaking and other activities.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Who needs to go to Athens when Nashville has its very own Parthenon with a full-sized replica of Athena herself? What should be the 8th Modern Wonder of the World, Nashville’s Parthenon can be found in Centennial Park along with a beautiful green lawn for kids to play and dogs to run.