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We’ve rounded up the best locations around the Dallas Region for your Insta-opportunities that are sure to be part of your weekend bucket list.

  • Pegasus

    In 1934 this brilliant neon Pegasus icon was on the top of the headquarters of the Magnolia Oil Co., which was the tallest building in Dallas for years.  The red Pegasus stayed lit atop the Magnolia building until 1999 and was replaced by a shiny new version that was lit on January in 2000.  The original Pegasus was hidden away in storage until 2015, when it was renovated and placed in front of the Omni Dallas Hotel downtown.  Today Dallasites are obsessed with this winged horse and consider it as a symbol for the city.

  • White Rock Lake

    White Rock Lake is located in the northeast Dallas Lakewood neighborhood.  You can’t go wrong with this bike trail and water oasis as it’s a great Instagram spot with lots of action. Bonus points if you can capture this beauty at sunset with the Dallas skyline as a backdrop.

  • The Purple Door

    The elusive purple door is a hotspot for pictures in downtown Denton. It’s basically a vibrant purple door halfway up a concrete wall with a ladder leading up to it.  The door is located in an alley on the south side of McKinney Street between Elm and Locust.  Keep an eye out for Dan Black’s amazing mural incorporating plant-life while your there.  This spot does have local business parking, so you may have to shoot around cars. Thank you to @theprincesstino who made it over to the purple door.

  • Klyde Warren Park

    Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2 acre urban green space built over the recessed Woodall Rodgers Freeway between Pearl and St. Paul streets in downtown Dallas.  The park is a picturesque central gathering space for Dallasites that always has something going on, whether it be food trucks, festivals or yoga – this place is totally Instagram worthy.

  • Melt Ice Creams

    Located at Fort Worth (1201 W. Magnolia Ave), this bright, cozy ice cream parlor serving creative flavor combos with vegan varieties is one of the most recognizable locations on and off Instagram.  It’s bright yellow exterior makes for a great backdrop for your ice cream, one scoop at a time.

  • Graffiti Art Murals

    Just east of Downtown Dallas, Deep Ellum is an eclectic entertainment district with a funky style comprising avant-garde shops, nightclubs, art galleries, restaurants, and loft and apartment developments. The area is a hotspot to capture the perfect picture at one of the many graffiti art wall murals that are scattered throughout the neighborhood.

  • SODA Bar

    Grab your camera…’er iphone…and head over to the NYLO Dallas South Side located in the South Side neighborhood of Dallas.  The hotel’s rooftop SODA Bar has stunning views of downtown Dallas and spectacular infinity rooftop pool.

  • The Star

    The Star is a 91-acre premier sports and entertainment district north of Dallas in Frisco that hosts the world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys. The campus offers an experience for fans worldwide to take a look inside the entire operation of the Dallas Cowboys.

  • Traveling Man

    A trio of statues known as the Traveling Man are spread across the Deep Ellum neighborhood east of downtown Dallas. Whether you’re looking for an Awakening, Waiting for a Train or Walking Tall, we think this Traveling Man born of polished metal sheets and assembled with rivets is a ‘gram worthy shot.

  • Reunion Tower GeO-Deck

    Both tourists and Dallasites love traveling 470 feet in the air to Reunion Tower GeO-Deck.  It’s hard to resist taking pictures from this iconic landmark with the most awesome view of Dallas.

  • Mandalay Canal Walk at Las Colinas

    This old European-style waterway with cobblestone walkways and lined with shops and restaurants is located in Irving/Las Colinas. It’s a peaceful gathering spot for those wanting to take a walk through a winding canal and capture that interesting shot.

  • Eye

    The 30-foot tall Eye is resting in a lush garden outside the Joule Hotel in downtown Dallas Main Street District. Modeled after his own eye, Tony Tasset created this fiberglass giant insisting the Eye is meaningless. It’s created plenty of conversation and imagery among Dallasites. If you want to capture this beauty,  it’s hard to miss: just head down to 1607 Main Street.