Dallas/Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum is the neighborhood just east of downtown Dallas. A former hub for blues and African American arts and culture, Deep Ellum is now home to bars, live music venues, tattoo parlors, art galleries, restaurants, and many residents.

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Traveling Man sculpture at the Deep Ellum DART station

Deep Ellum consists of a 5 to 10-block-long stretch along Elm, Main, and Commerce streets east of Central Expressway from downtown. It can be reached easily from Downtown via Commerce or Main Streets, northern parts of Dallas via Central Expressway to Good-Latimer, or eastern parts of Dallas via I-30 to First Ave/Exposition Ave. Deep Ellum may also be reached by DART's Deep Ellum and Baylor light rail stations.

Street parking is free during weekday business hours, but the meters are active nights and weekends. There are several pay lots in the area.







Deep Ellum offers no accommodation itself but is within close shot of hotels Downtown and on east I-30 near Fair Park.


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