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Reunion Tower, Dallas
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  • For the best views of Dallas, look no further than Reunion Tower. Especially at night, you will not be disappointed. A quick photo before getting on the elevator will begin your experience and once yo...  more »
  • It was one of the places forced he had on agenda in Dallas and not disappoint me for nothing... It exceeded what I expected. Access very easy, no queues and well attended; you raise by a panoramic elevator and arrive to a modern platform with interactive displays, very interesting. It has a terrace in the open air where you have panoramic views 360 ° of Dallas, where you get the best photos. It has a cafeteria and restaurant, somewhat expensive, but the Observatory is very good, 100% recommended and a must in Dallas, Tx.
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  • Where ever we go in the world we always try to visit a revolving restaurant, unfortunately this was full when we visited but we was able to have champagne on the lower revolving floor which was great,...  more »
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  • This is nice place to have a look at Dallas city from top. Its at 460feet height. Quite high.you need to buy a ticket of 16$ , can not carry water, food items with you.you will need to buy on top. And you can spend any amount of time here. Go at the evening will get to see sunset and then buildings glittering in lighting.
  • Took the family here for my wife birthday last night. We had a lovely time, they sat us at a table where we would get the sunsetting, table was booked for 5pm and sunset was 7pm, swe had two full rotations. Staff were very nice and professional definitely fine dinning. Although the prices are slightly expensive the food was great! Wish i didnt choose the half roast chicken as there wasnt much with it, i was definitely recommend the Texas Red Fish, our son had this and was quite a big dish with some great flavours(bit too much apple sauce as it canceled out the thai curry flavour a bit). Big selection of wines! Some ranging to $2k but a good selection on lesser priced. If you have a dessert select the Chocolate Fondo.
  • This wasn't on my to do list? The last day in Dallas was rainy so we didn't get to see much and so I started looking for a place to catch a few cloudy sunset photo's so I googled "best places to take photos of Dallas" they suggested a few different options but this one was calling me=-) [I wasn't disappoint] By the time we got to the top the rain stopped and WOW what a beautiful sunset! The view from Reunion Towers observation deck was amazing! We ended up staying a couple hours, we had cheesecake & a miniature version of the tower made out of chocolate for dessert as we watched the sunset - if I could give this place 10* I would - if your in Dallas TX "I say this is a must see" sunset...
  • Definitely worth the ticket, the time and the view is surprisingly hypnotizing. The geo-deck is fun, the 360 walkway too, but you have to sit at the restaurant a least for a quick snack. The whole thing moves!!
  • I'm not sure if you've heard, but in Dallas, we do it pretty big. We just decided one day it was time to build a big tower with a ball on top of it. Why? Because it would look cool, that's why. (This was the 80's if that helps). So we did that and the people of Dallas rejoice, because the top of the ball has great food and views. Documenting the many moods of the ball also provides a living for quite a few of us local photographers and media producers :)