This museum is in the heart of Dallas Texas. It gives you a very good description of the history of the city and county explaining how things were in the early days and how Dallas developed.
This museum contained in an old courthouse will educate you about Dallas's heritage
We wandered around on the first floor to see if it was all the exhibits. Then... we went to the second floor again!!!! Oh! There are so many unwatched there!!! There are a lot of reading materials in the library, and there are several audio playback facilities. You can take time to listen carefully. There is also a theater inside. If it is not playing when you enter, it will be activated as soon as you enter. We are very happy to see "this old friend". We first saw Doak Walker’s Heisman Trophy when it was played at his wife’s ski store in Steamboat Springs, where they lived for many years.
This museum was originally a very famous historic building in Dallas. This building has been used for many purposes in history. Now it is a museum showing the history of Dallas. When I went there, I couldn't enter it at night.
The building of this museum is pretty good. It is a classical building with a red brick structure. It mainly displays the history of the city of Dallas. Although it is not of that kind of cultural relic, it is still quite colorful and interesting.
This was a very nice afternoon. It was very affordable, the staff were helpful and considerate, I would recommend and go back another time.
Cool building. The second floor is taken up with exhibits with a chronological history of Dallas. But there isn't much depth to any of the topics. At $10, it is a bit steep for what is on offer.
When I was in Dallas, I took the JFK tour. I saw this beautiful building from the outside. Unfortunately it was under construction. I will check it out if and when I go back.
Wasn't expecting much but was pleasantly surprised. There were sections that addressed major aspects of Dallas and each section had an excellent collection of artifacts along with a timeline to see t...
This place was fantastic we visited and the guy behind the counter was very helpful. We went to the Daly building after that to see the sights