Reunion Tower : 560 Feet Above Ground
Ken and I have visited Five Sixty (a Wolfgang Puck restaurant atop Reunion Tower) for drinks and dinner a few times over the last two years. However, we had never been to the observation deck of the Reunion Tower until last week. Let me tell you that we were not disappointed… AT ALL! The observation deck, called GeO-Deck, offers breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views of Dallas that can be enjoyed both from inside or outside. If you go outside, get prepared for a free blow out, as at 470 feet above ground, winds can be pretty strong! Inside, you will be able to use their interactive touch screens to learn more about all the buildings and structures that make the view. You will also be able to sip a drink while enjoying the views from their lounge areas. In other words, you will have a good time!
I personally recommend arriving about 30-60 minutes before sunset, so that you can admire the
Dallas skyline during day light, sunset and at night.
About the Reunion Tower:
Date of completion: 1978
Exact height: 561 feet (171m) / 15 th tallest building in Dallas
Nickname: The Ball
Number of elevators: 10
Lighting: At night, the globe at the top of the building is illuminated with 259 custom LED fixtures.
Attraction: Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck opened the fine-dining, revolving restaurant, Five Sixty on the tower's rotating top level on February 11, 2009.
300 Reunion Blvd E, Dallas, TX 75207 (Valet and parking available)
Sunday – Thursday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Friday and Saturday: 10:30 AM – 9:30 PM
Tickets (general admission):
Youth (4-12) – $8
Adults – $17
Seniors (65+) – $14
For more information about the Reunion Tower, or to buy your tickets, I invite you to check the
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