Downtown Dallas: Art, Architecture & History Walk + Farmers Market Lunch

01jun9:00 AM11:00 AMDowntown Dallas: Art, Architecture & History Walk + Farmers Market Lunch

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Downtown Dallas: Art, Architecture & History Walk (FREE) + Farmers Market Lunch. Hosted by Robert Kelleman – Dallas-Texas History & Culture

Downtown Dallas: Art, Architecture & History Walk + Farmers Market Lunch

Saturday, June 1 – 9:00 am.

Meeting Point: The Dallas Farmers Market “Shed” (123 Taylor Street – the corner of Taylor & South Pearl Expressway – Dallas).

Join us for a casual walk through Downtown Dallas, to get some steps in, with a group of friendly people – all are welcome.

We’ll explore several artistic, architectural, cultural, and historical sites in Downtown Dallas followed by an optional healthy lunch (or not) and shopping at the Dallas Farmers Market.

Our FREE guided walking tour will start and finish at the Dallas Farmers Market and in between we’ll visit:

– The Pioneer Plaza Cattle Drive sculptures by Robert Summers

– I.M. Pei’s Dallas City Hall

– Henry Moore’s “The Dallas Piece” sculpture

– The Pegasus (Red Flying Horse) sculpture at the Omni Hotel

– Dallas Police Memorial

– Pioneer Park Cemetery

– and more.

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Event Details (Subject to Change) …

Cost: FREE for the walking tour and optional Farmers Market lunch at your own expense.

Weather: The event will take place light rain or shine – if it’s on our calendar then we’re proceeding as planned.

Parking: There are a variety of free and paid parking options throughout the Farmers Market area.

Dallas Farmers Market Hours: The Shed = 9:00 am to 5:00 pm & The Market = 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Meeting Point: 9:00 am at the Dallas Farmers Market “Shed” (123 Taylor Street – the corner of Taylor & South Pearl Expressway – Dallas). Please be on-time, or even early. Plan additional time to find parking and walk to our meeting point. Look for your hosts Robert (wearing a fedora-style hat) and Michele, along with a group of friendly people. We’ll depart on our walk at 9:15.

Icebreaker Introductions: We should have a good-sized group and so instead of everyone introducing themselves to the group we will get to know each other by distributing blank stickers and colored markers and we’ll ask everyone to write down on their sticker: 1). first name. 2). favorite food. 3). dream vacation. Example: “Michele – Strawberries – Kenya” or “Robert – Chocolate – Tokyo”.

Walking Distance: Approximately 2 miles.

Photo Breaks: Yes, of course.

Itinerary: First, we’ll walk inside of the Farmers Market “Shed” and then “The Market” so people can see the available food and dining options. Next, we’ll be walking in a northwest direction on Harwood Street to the Lighthouse ArtSpace, then west on Young Street to City Hall, Pioneer Plaza and the Omni Hotel. Then we’ll walk back to the Farmers Market for lunch.

What Are These Walking Tours Like?

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Additional Questions: Anything that can’t be answered by the event description, common sense, or Google, please let us know.


Downtown Dallas is the central business district of Dallas, Texas, located in the geographic center of the city. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, the 4th largest metropolitan area in the United States at 7.5 million people. The city of Dallas has a population of 1.3 million and was incorporated in 1856

Downtown Dallas – Web Links

Dallas Farmers Market

Nestled among the skyscrapers and the hustle of the city is a place where farmers become friends. In the middle of everything but away from it all, since 1941, the Dallas Farmers Market has been filled with wholesome produce and the collective fruits of our labor. Once a humble horse-and-wagon wholesale business, the market has grown with the city and turned into a hub for farm-fresh vegetables, dairy and more.

Today, in the heart of downtown, the Dallas Farmers Market exists to cultivate a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle for all of North Texas. Seasonal produce, free-range meats, fresh eggs, artisan pantry staples, and handmade arts + crafts can be found in The Shed every weekend year round. All products are grown and raised within Texas or 400 miles of Dallas, ensuring that the selection is always fresh, seasonal, and supports local agriculture. The Market + The Shops at Harvest and Taylor Lofts are home to locally-owned small businesses with shopping and eats throughout.

Dallas Farmers Market – Web Links,_Dallas


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We look forward to seeing you – thanks!

Robert Kelleman

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(Saturday) 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM(GMT-05:00)


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