Join Us in Dallas

You’ll find a diverse, vibrant city waiting to welcome you – a city that’s been rapidly changing the last few years and now has more restaurants and green spaces close to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.

You’ll enjoy convenient and affordable access to downtown Dallas with the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) light rail from DFW International and Love Field airports, as well as conventional ground transportation like taxis, airport shuttles, and ride sharing services.

Explore the Visit Dallas website to learn more about things to see and do in our SC22 host city, including deals and discounts.

Get to Know Downtown

Downtown Dallas Inc. is an excellent resource for information specifically about the downtown Dallas area. Be sure to check out their  “Clean & Safe” section to learn more about DDI’s clean team, safety patrol, See Say app, and other efforts to ensure you enjoy a clean and safe visit.

You can request a courtesy walk throughout downtown Dallas seven days a week, 6 am–11 pm. Call 214-741-1151 or use the See Say app.

Download this handy map with dining options categorized by neighborhood and distance from the convention center.

Dallas Dining Map (PDF)

New & Nearby

The AT&T Discovery District is a recent addition to downtown Dallas offering new dining experiences. Just a few blocks from the convention center, you can find everything from high-end steak and seafood to tacos, falafels, waffles, pizza, and more, or meet friends for a refreshing beverage and conversation.

Enjoy the free ultra-fast 5G and WiFi in The Plaza, the Grove, or on the Lawn.

On average, the November weather in Dallas ranges from 68°F during the day to 48°F at night. Check the Dallas weather forecast before traveling and pack accordingly.

Cultural Delights

Located in the northeast corner of downtown Dallas, the Dallas Arts District is the largest contiguous urban arts district in the United States, spanning 118 acres (48 hectares). Featured are the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and many performing arts venues.


SC Pro Tip


If you want to sightsee in the host city, plan your stay to include a few days before or after the conference. Otherwise, SC is so intensive that you will only have time for it!

For more information on our conference venue:

Convention Center

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