November 22nd, 1963 is a day that all Americans will never forget – the assassination of the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy in downtown Dallas. Those who witnessed his death, and the generations to come after, remember not only the legacy he left behind, but an iconic man who lead the American people through the Civil Rights Movement, the Space Race, and the establishment of the Peace Corps (just to name a few).

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The magical glow of the holiday season brings out the best in downtown Dallas – from the food, lights around the city, the crisp winter air, and some of the best and unique food that can only been found in the historic West End – your Thanksgiving weekend can be booked all within blocks.
Where will you start? With so many great things to do in downtown Dallas and the West End year-round, starting the holidays with Thanksgiving here really make it special.

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