Free Yourself in Dallas, TX

Posted 10/11/18 Team Vaco

In this edition of Free Yourself Friday, we take you to the big city of Dallas, TX, where Vaco provides expert consulting, permanent placement, executive search, and strategic staffing.

Yes, we specialize in premier talent & solutions, but most importantly, we help people find freedom. We believe in the power of an entrepreneurial spirit, staying team focused and a true work-life balance.

So, if you find yourself in the big state of Texas on business or vacation, our local Vaconians have the top five places to Free Yourself in Dallas.

Visit Deep Ellum

A neon sign beckons as you drive down Good Latimer Expressway, glowing bright with the words, “Deep Ellum Texas,” and an arrow pointing to a former warehouse district. There you’ll find the perfect mix of history, art, food and drinks, and contemporary cool.

AT&T Stadium

It’s hard to miss the retractable roof of AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. The stadium serves as the home of the Dallas Cowboys and a place to see live concerts and events! It is also the home to the Cotton Bowl Classic.

Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2-acre public park in Downtown Dallas. The park is over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway and opened in 2012. It is named after Klyde Warren, the young son of billionaire Kelcy Warren.

The Sixth Floor Museum

The Sixth Floor Museum, which actually occupies the sixth and seventh floors of the building, showcases exhibits detailing JFK’s life, presidency and assassination. According to many recent visitors, one of the most fascinating exhibits is a recreation of Oswald’s set-up at the southeast window, accompanied by touch screens that detail the events of that day.

Reunion Tower Observation Deck

Want to see Dallas from another level? Travel 470 feet in the air, in a 68-second elevator ride to the GeO-Deck where the views go on forever. The Tower is also a great place to host private events during the day or in the evening.

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