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Exploring the DART Service Area

Discover DARTable Destinations - opens in a new window From neighborhood dives to hipster hangouts, DARTable Destinations are the legendary locales, beloved cultural institutions, unique boutiques and other surprisingly delightful places that make our community a great place to be. And the best part? DART can get you there.

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Entertainment - Sports Venues

» American Airlines Center
» Cotton Bowl
» Gerald J. Ford Stadium (SMU)
» Moody Coliseum (SMU)

Note: When planning an excursion, make sure service is available for all parts of your trip on the day and at the time you wish to travel.
The information links on this page are provided as a service to our guests. Dallas Area Rapid Transit is not responsible for the content found on these sites.
Note: There is no DART service available to Dallas Cowboys home games at AT&T Stadium.

American Airlines Center imageAmerican Airlines Center®
2500 Victory Ave., Dallas
Since opening in July 2001, the American Airlines Center has set a new standard for sports and entertainment and has become one of the premier venues in the Southwest. The American Airlines Center is the home of the Dallas Stars and the Dallas Mavericks, but the facility is also an entertainment venue. You'll see everything from world-class concerts and family shows like Disney on Ice and the Harlem Globetrotters to signature sporting events like World Wrestling Entertainment, Big 12 tournaments and All Star games.
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Nearest DART Rail and TRE Station: Victory Station

Cotton Bowl imageCotton Bowl
3750 Midway Plaza, Dallas
The Cotton Bowl Stadium continues to attract thousands of fans from all over the world. Cotton Bowl events include the State Fair Classic football game between Grambling State University and Prairie View A&M University and the Texas-Oklahoma AT&T Red River Showdown football game. In 1994, the Cotton Bowl was chosen as one of six United States venues for World Cup Soccer, and it was host to international soccer games in 1995 and 1996.
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» Plan a trip to the Cotton Bowl.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Cotton Bowl Stadium as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail stations: Fair Park Station and MLK, Jr. Station

Gerald J. Ford Stadium imageGerald J. Ford Stadium (SMU)
5800 Ownby Dr., Dallas
Gerald J. Ford Stadium and the Paul B. Loyd All-Sports Center mark the most significant facility additions to Southern Methodist University's campus in years, possibly since Dallas Hall became SMU's first building. The stadium was designed in the Collegiate-Georgian style that is consistent with the rest of SMU's campus. There are 32,000 seats, and the capacity could be expanded to 45,000 by converting the stadium's horse shoe shape into an oval. The stadium was also designed to hold a regulation soccer field in keeping with SMU's ambition of hosting an NCAA Soccer Tournament.
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» Plan a trip to the Gerald J. Ford Stadium.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Gerald J Ford Stadium as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail Station: SMU/Mockingbird Station

Moody Coliseum imageMoody Coliseum (SMU)
6024 Airline Dr., Dallas
Home of Southern Methodist University Mustangs basketball, Moody Coliseum has hosted the World Championship of Tennis Finals, the Virginia Slims of Dallas Tennis Championships, the Rolex Indoor Intercollegiate Tennis Championships, the McDonald High School All-American All-Star Game and the NABC College Basketball All-Star Game. With a seating capacity of 7,000, the venue is used for a myriad of events from concerts to cheerleading camps. The floor can accommodate four regulation volleyball courts.
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» Plan a trip to Moody Coliseum.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Moody Coliseum as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail Station: SMU/Mockingbird Station

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