Tags : Monument
Built : 1978
Architect : Welton Becket & Associates
Address : 300 Reunion Blvd E, Dallas, TX 75207, United States
Height : 171m/ 561 ft
Other Name : The Ball
Timings : 5:00 to 8:30 pm (Monday- Thursday), 2:00 pm to 9:30 pm (Friday- Saturday), 1:00 pm to 8: 30 pm (Sunday)
Admission Fee : USD 18 (adults), USD 14 (ages 65 and above), USD 9 (ages 4 to 12), Free (ages 3 and under)
Ticket Validity : 1 use only, valid for 30 days after purchase
Observation Deck : GeO-Deck
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Reunion Tower is an observation tower situated within the Hyatt Regency Hotel complex in downtown Dallas, Texas. Often referred to as “The Ball,” the tower is a prominent city landmark and is not only an observation deck but also houses cafes and organises a number of activities for people of all ages, with some of them being Painting With a View, Sunset Yoga and Paint Your Pet.
The 15th tallest building in the city of Dallas, Texas, Reunion Tower stands tall at 561 feet and is located in the city’s downtown Reunion district. The structure was constructed in 1978 by Welton Becket & Associates, an architectural firm, and has served as a major landmark. It is quite close to Dealey Plaza which happens to be where former US President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, and the Observation deck, also known as GeO-Deck, features an interactive digital experience which includes providing information on the city, its landmarks as well as the events of 1963.