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Thanks-Giving Square is a place that inspires gratitude and honors the great American and world traditions of thanksgiving. Designed in 1976 by architect Philip Johnson, this island of serenity in the heart of downtown Dallas contains a landscaped...more
Hours Today: 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
1627 Pacific Ave, Bordered by Bryan Street, Pacific Avenue, and N Ervay Street, Dallas, TX 75201-3601
I had no idea what to expect but this chapel is visible from the place I was staying so I went in early on a Sunday morning to check it out. Stained glass is my favorite art medium and this did not disappoint. Really serene...More
My husband and I brought my sister and her boyfriend here on Sunday! I remember seeing Bobby and Pam break up here on Dallas so the memories came flooding back.... the cathedral is so pretty with all the spiral stain glass! The outside leading up...More
Took a young couple to the ring at Thanksgiving square for an engagement shoot. It was a perfect spot for pictures. I was able to shoot different angles with different backgrounds. The couple was pleased.
When I worked at City Hall in the 1980’s I would eat lunch here and enjoy the serenity. The facility is still striking and worth a visit, but on the Monday after Easter the water was turned off and the chapel was closed. Glad I...More
This cute sq is in the very center, just parallel 5 min walk from the giant eyeball.
The sq is triangle shaped and starts from an exterior belfry in the angle, then widening to a cute park where's the all faiths rounded spiral Chapel. The...More
So the only reason for not 5 stars was the water features were not going so that part was nasty looking but the building was amazing must go in and check out the stained glass and etched windows. The bells going off was a peasant...More
We decided to check out thanksgiving square in Dallas since I was stuck here for work, and my partner in crime decided she didn’t want me hanging out alone for Turkeyday. It’s really a lot smaller than I thought it would be, but it has...More
Thanks Giving Square is an urban garden in downtown Dallas. It is meditative and serene space that inspires gratitude. Don't miss the Chapel of Thanksgiving, which is the spiritual center of the square. The spiral shaped chapel explores the unity and also represents the diversity...More