Getting around Dallas is easy… in theory. The Metroplex is served by a handful of interstates, but any Dallasite – or anyone who’s had the pleasure of getting stuck in traffic here – knows that not to be the case.
Our drivers know Dallas, so let us take the lead. All you need to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy yourself, whether you’re going from the airport to the hotel, or taking a party bus around town for a bachelor party. We’ll make your transportation seamless.
About Traveling Dallas
They say everything is bigger in Texas, and in Dallas that’s definitely the case. There is certainly no shortage of things to do in the Big D, making it an ideal spot for family trips and weekend getaways, and its reputation as a thriving economic hub and convention town makes it a great place to do business.
For a unique perspective of the city, head to Reunion Tower. The GeO-Deck offers some of the coolest views of Dallas and the surrounding landscape. The Dallas Arboretum, located along the shores of White Rock Lake, is a must-see with beautiful gardens in every season. It also doubles as a venue for weddings, corporate events, and other occasions.
Explore Dallas on foot by trekking along the Katy Trail, a 3.5-mile-long historic trail built on an abandoned railroad line that runs through the heart of the city. Afterward, treat yourself to a local brew at the Katy Trail Ice House, a beer garden and restaurant.
You don’t have to be an art history expert to appreciate the local art scene. The Dallas Arts District is the largest contiguous arts district in the country, home to the Dallas Museum of Art, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, and the Nasher Sculpture Center, among others, and is complemented by beautiful green spaces, including Klyde Warren Park and Sammons Park.
Dallas has so many unique neighborhoods to explore; Deep Ellum is just one of them. The former warehouse district east of downtown is the definition of a hot spot, home to more than 40 music clubs, Deep Ellum Brewing Company, and Pecan Lodge, which arguably serves some of the best made-from-scratch barbecue in the city. During warmer months, head to Uptown’s West Village for music and a movie in the park.
Pamper yourself at The Spa at the Joule before an afternoon of lunch and shopping in the beautiful, historic Bishop Arts District in North Oak Cliff, or grab your buddies and play a few rounds at Topgolf, a massive, two-story complex with microchipped golf balls that track accuracy – or inaccuracy.
Fans of the hit show “Dallas” can visit Southfork Ranch and take a tram tour of the homestead the Ewing Family made famous. The compound is also an event space that hosts corporate meetings, company parties, and weddings. A trip to Dallas also calls for a visit to Pink’s Western World, an authentic Western wear shop. Have a cold beer while you shop for a pair of cowboy boots or a new hat.
Your visit to Dallas will be an enjoyable one, thanks to a multitude of things to do and sights to see, but don’t let coordinating your transportation plans bog you down. Choose OML and your trip to the Big D will be even better.