All About Uptown

Sitting directly north of Downtown Dallas, Uptown is one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Young professionals and creatives flock to Uptown for its walkability,shopping, dining and nightlife. McKinney Avenue and Lemmon Avenue comprise the two main thoroughfares, lined with restaurants, bars, boutiques and high-rise residential towers. When visiting Uptown, you can’t miss Klyde Warren Park, built over Woodall Rodgers Freeway to connect Uptown to the Dallas Arts District. Have a picnic, lounge in the grass, catch free fitness classes or enjoy live music at this popular green space. The neighborhood also houses Dallas landmarks like the historic Magnolia Hotel, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza and assassination site. Whether you’re bar hopping, shopping on a Saturday or simply admiring Uptown’s sleek architecture and city views, a party bus allows you to easily navigate the neighborhood in comfort.

Experience Lower Greenville

Adjacent to Uptown, Lower Greenville is a more eclectic, vibrant area with vintage shops, dive bars, and an artsy vibe. Greenville Avenue serves as the main thoroughfare through the neighborhood, lined with restaurants, live music venues, and small businesses with local charm. Lower Greenville attracts a mix of SMU students, young couples and families with its walkable streets, low-key eateries and funky atmosphere. Grab a burger at Truck Yard, catch a show at Granada Theater, or sing karaoke at Single Wide bar. The neighborhood comes alive at night, making it ideal for a lively group outing. A party bus rental allows you to experience Lower Greenville’s highlights in an efficient, organized fashion. Have your driver circle the neighborhood as you admire the colorful murals and unique architecture before dropping you at your desired stop.

Admire Historic Highland Park

In contrast to Uptown and Lower Greenville, Highland Park exudes sophistication and old money charm. This enclave of multi-million dollar mansions and sprawling estates lies between two of Dallas’ busiest highways, creating a peaceful oasis in the heart of the city. In addition to being Dallas’ most affluent neighborhood, Highland Park is also one of its oldest, incorporated in 1913. Stately historic homes line Beverly and Armstrong, constructed in English Tudor, Spanish Mission and Colonial Revival styles. When visiting Highland Park, don’t miss a stroll through Beverly Gardens Park to admire its rose gardens and fountains. Snap pics in front of the iconic Highland Park Village, stop for lunch at Bistro 31, or admire luxury stores like Dior and Tom Ford. A party bus allows you to gaze at Highland Park’s manicured lawns and grand architecture without splitting up. Your group will stay organized as you soak in this posh neighborhood.

Deep Ellum: Dallas’ Artsy Side

Deep Ellum provides a striking contrast to Highland Park with its funky, edgy vibe. Situated directly east of Downtown, this neighborhood comes alive at night with live music venues, street art murals, vintage shops and dive bars. With a feel that’s part hipster, part punk rock, Deep Ellum offers an artsy urban experience. Don’t miss the 42-foot-tall, neon-green bird mural at the corner of Crowdus and Main Street. Catch local bands rock out at Three Links or Spotlight Club Dallas. Browse the vintage clothing finds at Fallen Empire Vintage or Dolly Python. With so many quirky boutiques, breweries, galleries and nightspots, Deep Ellum has plenty to keep your group entertained for hours. After exploring Deep Ellum’s street art and hidden gems, a party bus offers a comfortable ride as you continue your Dallas adventures. Have your driver point out highlights and drop you directly at your desired destinations throughout the neighborhood.

Experience Dallas History in the West End

Dallas Party Bus Company customers consistently rave about our charter bus tours of the historic West End neighborhood. Just north of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, the West End gives visitors a glimpse at Dallas’ roots. In its early days, this warehouse district served as a thriving commercial center. It now houses a blend of preserved architecture and modern amenities. Admire the Romanesque Revival and Victorian-era buildings that now contain shops, bars and restaurants. History buffs will appreciate a stop at the Sixth Floor Museum in the former Texas School Book Depository overlooking Dealey Plaza, and the John F. Kennedy Memorial. After checking out the West End’s historical landmarks, hop back on your party bus and have your driver point out other significant local history as you cruise through downtown. A charter bus tour allows you to efficiently experience Dallas’ evolution while staying cool and comfortable.

Experience Southern Charm in Bishop Arts

Traveling southwest from Downtown, you’ll find the Bishop Arts District, one of Dallas’ fastest-growing neighborhoods. Bishop Arts charms visitors with its indie boutiques, quirky art galleries, and excellent restaurants housed in restored 1920s-era buildings. Grab brunch on a charming patio at Lockhart Smokehouse BBQ or Hunky’s Hamburgers. Catch a show at the Kessler Theater before browsing goods at Dolly Python, LUCK, or Bishop Street Market. The area stays true to its small-town feel while offering urban amenities and modern appeal. A party bus rental allows you to experience Bishop Arts’ walkable streets and attractions without hassle. Have your driver point out highlights between stops, keeping your group organized and on schedule. After exploring Bishop Arts, your party bus provides a comfortable ride to continue your Dallas explorations.

Experience Dallas Nightlife in Knox/Henderson

Directly east of Uptown, Knox and Henderson Avenue comprises Dallas’ nightlife central. Bars, lounges, clubs and late-night eateries light up Knox Henderson at night, drawing party-goers from across the city. Start your evening sipping craft cocktails at Bowen House before indulging in sushi at Zushi Sake Lounge. Catch live music at Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar or dance the night away at Primrose. Cap off your big night out with greasy late-night fare at Whataburger. Navigating busy Knox Henderson at night can pose challenges, especially for large groups. But your party bus rental provides direct transportation between venues, keeping the group together. Leave the parking headaches and nighttime traffic to us while you enjoy Dallas’ top nightlife spots.

Experience Dallas Arts Scene

Beyond individual neighborhoods, Dallas offers a robust arts and culture scene spanning performing arts, visual arts, festivals and more. Your group can experience top museums, theaters and cultural attractions when you book a party bus for the day. Top picks include the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Crow Museum of Asian Art, Winspear Opera House, Moody Performance Hall, Meyerson Symphony Center and Klyde Warren Park performance spaces. We can also provide transportation for major Dallas festivals and cultural events. A party bus allows you to efficiently visit multiple arts institutions in a day while avoiding hassles like parking or splitting up. Bring the entire group together to experience the best of Dallas’ vibrant arts and culture scene.

Book a Bus With Us

At Dallas Party Bus Company, we make exploring Dallas easy and fun with our modern party bus fleet. Our team handles all transportation logistics while your group enjoys the city’s top sites. Ready to book? Call (972) 432-7433 today to get started planning your ultimate Dallas group outing with Dallas Party Bus Company. We can’t wait to be part of your next Dallas adventure!