Morton H. Meyerson Symphony CenterCurrently Open
- Address: 2301 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201 (Downtown Dallas), United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: 1-2146703600
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Theatre, Family And Kids, Architecture
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center - Review
Yet another magnificent tourist attraction located within the Arts District, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Centre is one of the best symphony halls of the world. The home-ground of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Orchestra also hosts the Turtle Creek Chorale, the Dallas Wind Symphony and the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra. The brainchild of award winning architect I.M. Pei, many orchestra conductors swear by the well planned acoustics, open spaces and interior architecture which enhances the symphony experience. If you get a chance, catch a performance and be enthralled like never before…
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Information
- Public Tours are given on selected Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 1pm. Dates are subject to change.
- Private Tours for groups of 15 or more can be pre-arranged with date and time flexibility, by calling or email.
How To reach Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center by Public Transport
- DART St.Paul Station
- Pearl/Arts Districts Station
Restaurants Near Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
- Jorge's Tex Mex Cafe (Mexican food served)
- Fedora Restaurant and Lounge (Italian cuisine)
- Tei An (Japanese cuisine)
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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas Reviews
Amazing acoustics. There isn't a bad seat in the house, both aurally and visually. The symphony hall was carefully designed to ensure that even in the Grand Tier, you get great sound. The organ is world class, and so is the orchestra and chorus. The concerts presented are a good mix of traditional favorites and lesser heard works with frequent guest conductors and soloists from around the world. There is an underground parking garage and valet parking during concerts. Bring cash for parking, most recently $15. (Don't park in the many reserved spots--rumor is they will tow. The parking garage is not owned by the symphony, FYI.) There's also a symphony store for souvenirs open during concerts as well as a delicious, somewhat expensive restaurant available before some concerts. You can check with the ticket office if you're interested. Don't forget to check out the Christmas time offerings which are very diverse and include a couple great options for children who want to see Santa, do some crafts, and hear a short concert introducing them to the symphony. The Meyerson is situated in the Arts District.
We have seasons tickets for the Dallas Winds! We love it! The concerts make a wonderful date night for us. The music of this world class wind band is marvellously uplifting. The Star Spangled Banner starts off each concert and everyone stands and sings together and it usually ends with a rousing Sousa March! "Have fun! Make friends! Be amazed!"
Amazing place to visit and listen to classical music. There is nothing better than to hear music that you like being played by a full orchestra. Not only you can hear the music, but you can feel the instruments' vibration, the audience reaction, and the players projection, making the experience something to remember.
This was a very enjoyable Pops concert which included the viewing of the original Jurassic Park film accompanied by the excellent Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The kids that attended the concert must've really enjoyed themselves as evidence by their excellent behavior.
Very nice place, hands down my favorite place in the arts district. We are lucky in Dallas to have a concert organ, I recommend going any time it is being played! I attend concerts here often; there is something for everyone, classical, pops, special events, and Christmas events in December. I attend with a wheelchair bound person regularly and they make getting seating easy, they even allow us to enter the house early when there is a crowd so we don't have to worry about getting to our seats. Worth it to go if you're in town.