Fair Park Station
Parry Avenue and Exposition Avenue
(3710 Parry Avenue, Dallas 75226 - Mapsco 46K)
Fair Park contains the largest collection of Art Deco exposition buildings in the world, built for the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition. Back then, trolleys traveled along Parry in front of the main entrance to the fair. Now, DART Rail cars do the same. In creating their vision for this station, Brad and Diana Goldberg - the artists responsible - have paid respect to the rich history of the area as well as the surrounding neighborhoods.
Fair Park Station is served by DART Rail Green Line trains.
DART Rail Schedules:Green Line
Connecting Bus Routes:60, 111, 409, 595
- Passenger Shelters
- Customer Information
- Ticket Vending Machines
- Public Art
- No Public Parking Available
Popular Attractions and Destinations:Just two miles east of downtown Dallas, 277 acre Fair Park is the largest historical landmark in Texas. Since 1886, Fair Park has been the site of the State Fair of Texas. Some of the park's attractions include:
- African American Museum
- Cotton Bowl Stadium
- Children's Aquarium at Fair Park
- Gexa Energy Pavilion (formerly SuperPages.com Center)
- The Hall of State, home of the Dallas Historical Society
- The Music Hall at Fair Park
- Perot Museum of Nature and Science at Fair Park
- Old Mill Inn restaurant
- Summer Adventures in Fair Park™
- Texas Discovery Gardens
- Texas! Music Center
- Texas Vietnam Veteran's Memorial
Your guide to the art along the Green Line
Use this guide to plan your tour of Fair Park Station.
Built for the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition, the grand exhibit halls and esplanade of Fair Park constitute the only intact and unaltered pre-1950s world fair site in the United States. Until 1956, trolleys served the fairgrounds with a stop at the main entrance on Parry Avenue. The Green Line's Fair Park Station is situated right where that original trolley stop was, more than a half-century ago.
Art deco touches at Fair Park Station
Other elements contribute to the seamless effect: fluted limestone columns resonate with the nearby Hall of State, while curvilinear seating echoes the rounded shapes evident throughout Fair Park. At night, artistic lighting elements will reflect the historic use of dramatic lighting at Fair Park, and enhance not only the station but the entrance as a whole.