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Culture Off the Beaten Path
Sure, the shiny venues of the Dallas Arts District are plenty impressive. But our region is home to lots of grass-roots cultural venues, and many are DARTable.

Concerts, plays and showcases await you in a charming 1930s building at the Courtyard Theater in Plano. An intimate theater with great sightlines and acoustics, this jewel is a short walk from Downtown Plano Station.


The Mustangs of Las Colinas is the largest equestrian sculpture in the world, and it draws visitors from far and wide. But you may not know about the free, adjacent Mustang Museum, which features a wealth of information about the development and creation of the sculpture. The museum is one-of-a-kind, just like the sculpture it celebrates, and is near Las Colinas Urban Center Station.

The Firehouse Theatre in Farmers Branch is a community theater company that performs in the city's historic, recently transformed Fire Station #1. The family-friendly offerings include musicals, dramas and comedies. The venue is located a few blocks from Farmers Branch Station.

The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance offers lessons from the past that remain relevant today. The audio tour is a powerful way to learn more about one of the most tragic episodes in modern history. The takeaway - that prejudice and indifference can be overcome through compassion and tolerance - is surprisingly uplifting. The museum is near West End Station.


WaterTower Theatre features an array of plays and other entertainment - from classics to the latest works by up-and-coming authors. It's an acclaimed mainstay in the local theater scene, and it's within steps of the Addison Transit Center.

The Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art may not be off the beaten path per se it's right in the middle of the Dallas Arts District - but many people don't know about this museum, which is free to the viewing public. The collection is a couple of blocks from Pearl/Arts District Station.



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