Dallas, Texas, is an eclectic city and each neighborhood has something exciting to offer. After your Dallas movers have finished helping you unpack, you and your family may want to explore your new territory. Here are three neighborhoods that you should be sure to check out.

1. Dallas Arts District If you have a particular appreciation for aesthetic beauty, you should make the Arts District your first stop. This 19-block, 68-acre area has been a three-decade work in progress for the city. Four of the area's structures - the Winspear Opera House, the Wyly Theater, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Meyerson Symphony Center - were designed by Pritzker-Prize winning architects. There are a wide variety of museums and galleries, notably the Dallas Museum of Art as well as the Crow Collection of Asian Art. You also won't be far from fine dining establishments and a slew of music venues. 
2. Deep Ellum Following suit with Dallas' reputation as an artistic haven, the Deep Ellum is the ideal spot to experience emerging talents in contemporary creativity. The neighborhood can easily be reached via the newly constructed Green Line, which is part of the ever-convenient Dallas Area Rapid Transit system. Deep Ellum was originally renowned for being the "birthplace of jazz," according to VisitDallas.com, but music enthusiasts of varying persuasions are sure to find a venue that caters to their tastes in tunes. 
3. Uptown If Dallas had a Main Street, it would be Uptown. This hub of activity attracts tourists and natives alike. It's always a bevy of activity and the hopping spot for great nightlife. The area is inundated with chic restaurants and various night clubs. If you're looking to pamper yourself after your move, the uptown area also has a bevy of spas.


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