- Dallas's historic trolley system transports visitors and residents along a three-mile stretch from downtown to uptown McKinney Avenue seven days a week, 365 days a year. Workers discovered the original trolley tracks under layers of asphalt and concrete in 1983, and today five authentic streetcars use those restored lines, preserving a piece of Dallas history. In the future, the city plans to extend the tracks to run farther south into the West End Historic District. Current stops include the Dallas Museum of Art and Hard Rock Cafe. The trolleys can also be chartered for private events, including birthday parties and wedding receptions.
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