Lung Institute Locations
Visit the Lung Institute in Dallas, TX
The Lung Institute in Dallas, Texas offers cutting edge solutions for those who suffer from chronic lung disease. You have probably heard that everything is bigger in Texas, and Dallas is no exception. Big things happen in Dallas, from the slow cooked baby back ribs at Off the Bone Barbeque, to Billy Bob’s Honky Tonk, high end shopping and the overwhelming sense of state pride.
One of the most historic places in Dallas is the Dealy Plaza and nearby museum. The Sixth Floor Museum and Texas School Book Depository takes visitors back to an event that made the nation stand still: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Take the audio tour to learn about this tragic turning point in the history of our country, and come up with your own theories as to what really happened on that fateful day in 1963.
If you’re partial to the cowboy scene, be sure to stop by the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. Historically, Fort Worth was the last stop for cattle herders to rest and resupply before crossing the Red River into “Indian Territory.” It is reported that more than four million head of cattle were driven through Fort Worth between 1866 to 1890, giving rise to the nickname “Cowtown.”
Of course you have to have some BBQ while you’re in Texas. Famous Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que is known for its signature hickory smoked BBQ.
If you’re going out for a special occasion and looking to spend some money on something really nice, be sure to dine at The French Room. This nationally recognized restaurant was described by the New York Times as “a Louis XV fantasy on the prairie…indisputably the most striking and sumptuous restaurant in Dallas.”
For the seafood lover, Truluck’s Seafood, Steak, and Crab House offers a fresh seafood menu and great wine selection. If you love crab, you can’t go wrong here!
On hot days, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center is a great way to beat the heat. Sit back, relax and let the Dallas Symphony Orchestra take you on a musical journey.
A great afternoon trip to the Dallas Museum of Art is another option. See ancient Incan or African art, or paintings from artists like Diego Rivera and Pablo Picasso. Check their website for the current Exhibition.
Regardless of where you choose to go while in Dallas, there is so much to experience that you’re bound to have an enjoyable trip. Fun is bigger in Dallas!
For more information before planning your medical trip to Dallas, check out VisitDallas.com.