Thrifty Car Rental –Dallas (DFW)
3838 Northbound Service Road
Dallas, TX 78406
A city where big things happen, Dallas has a bit to offer anyone. As the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the country, Dallas is best explored via a Dallas rental car. This southern city is home to some of the country’s most delicious red meat, the largest jumbo tron in a football stadium and unique shopping centers. "D-Town" boasts award-winning architecture, world-class museums and stunning performance halls. Enjoy an evening of jazz music, take in the architecture at the Majestic Theater or drive a Dallas car rental to the scenic locale of White Rock Lake.
Eat it up
When traveling to Dallas, you must experience the food to understand the culture. From Tex-Mex to classic Italian cuisine, there are endless options for a great bite to eat. Southern cuisine cooked to perfection can be found at Fearing’s, a fine-dining spot where the chef takes a modern spin on some traditional dishes. In North Dallas, Meso Mayo has gained recognition as a must-try spot that serves up posole, ceviche and handmade tortillas.
Enhance your trip with history
Arts and culture aren't limited to four walls in Dallas. Drive around in a Dallas rental car to take in some of the city’s best murals and art in the park, or stop at one of the many museums and galleries across town. Dallas Contemporary, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, and the South Dallas Cultural Center are just a few options. The Cavanaugh Flight Museum is the perfect destination for any history buff. The museum houses aircrafts from World War I and II, the Korean War and Vietnam, and visitors are able to get an up-close-and-personal look at fighter, bomber and civilian aircrafts. Visitors can even pay for a ride in one of these aircrafts for a once in a lifetime experience!
Spend a buck
No matter where you drive a Dallas car rental, chances are you’ll be near a shopping center. West Village is one of the most popular destinations for walkable shopping because it has a little something to offer every kind of shopaholic. Sprinkled with various restaurants and coffee shops, you’ll have enough fuel to keep going all day long. This area is home to independent boutiques and national retailers, and to boot, the classic American architecture of the neighborhood will give you something to look at between shops.
The growing metropolis of Dallas is home to more than 1.2 million people and is a hot destination for your next trip - you'll welcome the air conditioning in your Dallas rental car. This warm haven is a must for recent retirees and unwilling snowbirds. From museums and nightlife to fine dining and historic sites, Dallas offers something for everyone. If you're in the mood for some typical Texas attractions, we've got you covered - and your Dallas car rental will ensure you get from place to place without breaking a sweat.
Do the cowboy thing
If you're in the mood for a truly Texas experience, you can easily find a rodeo within the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Hop in your Dallas rental car and head to the Cowtown Coliseum, home of the world's first indoor rodeo. This thrilling show is located just outside Dallas in Fort Worth. If you're one of those people who'd rather skip the rodeo, don't worry - you can still get your cowboy on! If you plan your trip far enough in advance, you can catch a game at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. This flashy and iconic team has been wowing audiences since its inception. If you're not a Cowboys fan, no worries - you can opt to take a tour of the stadium, rather than crashing the game.
A taste of tragic history
When they say, "Everything's bigger in Texas," they aren't kidding: Dallas residents weren't okay with just one art museum, so they built three: The Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Crow Collection of Asian Art. These three vastly different art museums offer a variety of exhibits. The Crow Collection has boasted exhibits like On the Silk Road and the High Seas: Chinese Ceramics, Culture and Commerce, while the Dallas Museum of Art has touted its Contemporary Art 1950s-present exhibit.
Park your Dallas car rental
and walk into downtown Dallas, where you'll want to check out the Sixth Floor Museum. This somber site tells the story of President John F. Kennedy's life, presidency and assassination. Visitors will walk through the building where Lee Harvey Oswald fired his fateful shot, and will be able to trace the exact path of the president's tragic journey. In addition to its sobering qualities, the museum offers a tribute to the late president.