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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center was created as a response to the citizens of Dallas desiring a major facility for cultural activities and gatherings, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s need for a new home.

About Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center was created as a response to the citizens of Dallas desiring a major facility for cultural activities and gatherings, and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s need for a new home. A public/private partnership ensued between the City of Dallas and the Dallas Symphony Association, which led efforts to raise a major portion of the needed funds. In September 1989 a new era in the cultural life of Dallas began with the opening of the Meyerson Symphony Center.
Dallas, TX 75201
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Transportation & Parking

Valet Parking available at the Flora Street main entrance. There are several self-parking options in the Arts District, including surface parking lots on Olive Street and along Ross Avenue, and several parking garages. The closest parking garage is the Hall Arts Center Blue Garage (formerly known as the Dallas Arts District Garage). Parking garages are privately operated; event parking rates begin at $10.

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