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Built in early 1900's, First United Methodist Church in the Downtown region has become one of the major landmarks of the city. Staunch believers of liberal thinking, this church has gracefully adapted to changing times, yet retaining their core belief in God and humanity. Choirs, plays and music form an integral part of this worship house. Moreover this church also serves as a venue for weddings. Say "I do" in a perfectly elegant 'sanctuary' within the church. Head to this tranquil place, if only to admire its beauty and simplicity.
The Old Red Courthouse is an outstanding feature of the Dallas County Historic Plaza. It was built in 1892 in Romanesque Revival style. It is constructed of rough-cut, Pecos Red Sandstone and trimmed in Arkansas blue granite. The courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a City of Dallas Landmark and a Recorded Texas Historical Landmark. Four prior courthouses have graced the same location. The Old Red Courthouse contains the Old Red Museum.
A wide variety of artifacts at this museum act as a somber reminder of the Holocaust, a tragic event that took place during World War 2. Among the graphic reminders on display is an actual boxcar that was used during that time, adding an authentic touch to the museum. Rotating exhibits from all over the world stop here on a regular basis. For a firsthand account, tours led by a Holocaust survivor can also be arranged by appointment. Other than the artifacts representing the event, the museum also celebrates more than 3000 years of Jewish culture and heritage as well an interactive display that focuses on promoting tolerance and universal acceptance. Overall, the museum is a moving tribute to recent history and is well worth a visit.
Union Station is a train station and with an antique decor. The space has high ceilings olden chandeliers and massive pillars that adds to the grandeur of the space. Be it a grand event or an intimate party, the venue is just perfect for any occasion. You can book this space for your next event and be sure to have a pleasant time here.
Virtually unchanged from the time of the then President John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963, this historic site is a reminder of one of the most astonishing and despondent times in American American history. The landmark West End District, which includes the Dealey Plaza as well as the Texas School Book Depository, is one of Dallas's most important historical landmarks. The soaring skyscrapers form a modern backdrop against the park which chronicles the years gone past. Residing on the urbane landscape of downtown Dallas, Dealey Plaza is a stunning marker of the legacy left behind by the former president and his wife Jacqueline Kennedy. Dubbed as the Birthplace of Dallas, the plaza is home to the Sixth Floor Museum, which poignantly illustrates the incidents of the assassination, with the help of historic displays, artifacts and exhibits.