It may be best known for teams like the Cowboys, the Rangers and the Mavericks, or as one of America’s biggest business hubs for banking, energy, tech and even design — the Dallas Market Center is a global destination for home, fashion, décor and other design items. But at its heart, Dallas is a going-out town. Historically rich Deep Ellum — established in 1873 as one of the city’s first commercial districts for African Americans — is known as the live music capital of North Texas and a mecca for the arts, dining and drinking. Downtown, the AT&T Discovery District is one of Dallas’s most exciting new destinations, where tech meets exhibitions by emerging artists, diverse cuisine, sports watch parties, and retail — all with free public Wi-Fi. For local history, the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza provides in-depth context to the events of the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.