When my younger son and I were in Dallas, Texas on a hot August day last year, we were melting as we explored the city.
We decided it would be best to get the lay of the land from up on high – from the (air-conditioned!) observation tower of the Dallas Reunion Tower.
The 561 feet/171 metter tower is the perfect height to get the lay of the land, with views over the city.
We liked looking down at some of the sites we had already seen, and understanding the geography of the city.
The tower itself was built in 1978.
At night, the tower is illuminated and is an easily recognizable landmark of the Dallas cityscape.
This was a fun visit.
I always seek out the highest points when visiting cities, and we enjoyed our visit to Dallas’ Reunion Tower and the panoramic views.