You are always in the right place for shopping in America! Texas also has countless shopping opportunities. The major outlets in San Marcos and Hillsboro are a must-visit for all bargain hunters. Are you looking for something unique? Then you’ve come to the right place at the Galleria in Houston. Also, many fashionistas visit the luxurious boutiques in Dallas’ West Village. Vintage shopping is done in the vintage shops that are located on Austin’s South Congress Avenue. We highlight the most important shopping areas and give you a few tips for the most fun and special shops.
With 3 of the largest cities in America, Texas has an abundance of style and fashion. Houston is also known as the “style capital of the world”. Next to the famous shopping center the “Galleria”, is the Highland Village shopping center. With shopping streets lined with palm trees and famous names like Victoria’s Secret, this is a popular shopping area. Tired of all the shopping? Then relax at the Michael Kemper Salon & Day Spa on the first floor.
In Austin you have come to the right place for the most bizarre finds. The city is nicknamed Weird City and it shows in the strange shops, which sell even stranger stuff. A well-known shopping center near Austin is the Highland Mall. This huge shopping center houses no fewer than 130 different stores.
The hip shopping area of Dallas introduces you to the latest trends in fashion. Visit the flagship Neiman Marcus store on Main Street in Downtown. Or visit the North Park Center; one of the top shopping destinations in the country with fashion brands such as Chanel and Christian Louboutin. Galleria Dallas even offers 3 floors of shopping fun! Whatever your budget, you are guaranteed to succeed here.
Antique and Art
Thanks to the vibrant history and different cultures that Texas has to offer, you can find an antique shop on almost every corner. In addition, the largest antique festival in the state takes place annually in Texas. In the spring, the small Texas town of Round Top fills up with antique enthusiasts looking for hidden treasures.
Want to add a new artwork to your personal art collection? Then head to the galleries in Dragon Street, Dallas. In this so-called “Design District” you can find the most beautiful works of art. Are you more of the vintage finds? Then visit the vintage shops in the Design District. Wimbley also has a large art community. Here you will find the most beautiful antique items at the weekly arts and crafts market. El Mercado in San Antonio is another well-known market in Texas. This market is the largest Mexican market in the United States.
For the best range of Western clothing you should of course be in Texas. From a pair of sturdy handmade leather boots to a whole cowboy outfit; every town in Texas has an extensive range of Western clothing. There are also plenty of Western shops in the city. For example, stroll through Downtown Dallas and visit the Wild Bill’s Western Store to have your handmade cowboy hat and boots fitted.
According to indexdotcom, Austin is not only the capital of The Lone Star State, but also the beating heart of live music. The vibrant nightlife offers more than 250 places where you can enjoy live music. During the day, visit the Texas Capitol, the Bullock Texas State History Museum or go shopping on South Congress Avenue. Nature lovers can indulge in the city’s extensive parks and conservation areas such as Barton Springs, an outdoor pool fed with water from a natural spring.
Dallas’ tagline – “Big Things Happen Here” – perfectly describes the dynamism of a city built on the pioneering spirit and big dreams of yesteryear and still breathes the atmosphere that anything is possible. The city is going through a real renaissance. Investments of more than USD 20 billion in various projects in the city contribute to further developing the rich diversity of the city.
Dallas is home to the largest urban arts district in the US, countless luxury accommodations, the best shopping in the Southwest, fine dining and 15 different entertainment districts, each with its own special atmosphere.
Texas’s 3rd largest city has the largest arts district.
It is also the city where John F. Kennedy was assassinated, the museums about his life and the assassination give the city a special historical character.
Travel to Dallas
Traveling by car from Dallas Fort Worth Airport to Dallas? The city center is easily accessible and clearly indicated, there are also many good parking facilities in the city. Do you prefer to use the taxi? There are many taxis and Ubers in Dallas for an affordable price, it is also possible to book a taxi.
Arts & Culture in Dallas
If you’re an art lover, you’ll feel right at home in Dallas, so don’t miss the Art district. Stroll through the special district and admire the special architecture. After the walk, a visit to the Dallas museum of Art with a local art collection is well worth it.
The Sixth Floor Museum
In this museum you will gain insight into the social and political landscape of the time of John F. Kennedy and a deeper look into his life. Afterwards, take a tour of conspiracy theorists who tell you all about eyewitnesses to the assassination of the former president.
Shopping in Dallas
In the large shopping center Galleria Dallas you will find a wide variety of shops from affordable stores such as Zara, but also luxury stores such as Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. Prefer to shop outdoors? Then the shopping district in West Village is for you, this is the most vibrant shopping area in the city.
For vintage lovers, the Bishop Art District is the ultimate place and are you looking for a Western outfit? Then you will find everything you need at Wild Bill’s Western Store.
Transportation in Dallas
There are countless bus lines in Dallas, with the Daypass (day pass) you can travel unlimited by bus and train. Major Dallas attractions are within walking distance of bus stops and train stations.