Located in Texas, Dallas is a metropolis famed for its diverse architecture, ranging from Gothic Revival to modern, and postmodern. The city is a major cultural hub in Northern Texas and is home to numerous performing art venues, museums, parks, and more. Art lovers must not miss out on Dallas’ many art institutions such as Nasher Sculpture Center, Crow Collection of Asian Art, and Dallas Museum of Art. Food enthusiasts must take special note, Dallas has a thriving culinary scene. The city is home to a wide array of eateries serving delicious cuisines such as Tex-Mex, Italian, French, Thai, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Vietnamese, African, and many more. Dallas has much to offer to lovers of design and architecture. The city is lined with iconic landmarks to suit visitors’ varied preferences. From newer hotspots like the Perot Museum of Nature and Science to Dallas skyline icon like Reunion Tower, the elegant buildings will keep you gazing for hours. Visitors can spend time exploring the streets of this city and come across a vast array of styles from Romanesque, Gothic Revival, to postmodern. Major sites which must not be missed include Fair Park (the world's largest collection of Art Deco buildings), Old Red Courthouse, Dallas City Hall, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, and Winspear Opera House.