Sammons Park

Intertwining the venues of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park adds a splash of green to the downtown canvas, offering local artists a place to perform and bringing together friends and families from across our far-flung community. The park is at once a cultural hub and an inviting gateway to the Dallas Arts District.

Location and Parking

2403 Flora St., Dallas TX 75201

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The Center offers underground, on-site, valet and self-parking options during performance times. Daily parking also is available during non-event times. Lexus Red Parking is beneath the Winspear Opera House, and Lexus Silver Parking is beneath Moody Performance Hall.

Both are accessible from Jack Evans Street on the east end of the Dallas Arts District.

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What you need to know

Concessions: Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and unique street tacos, vibrant bowls, fresh salads, and savory tapas are available at Flora Cantina.

Dining: We are proud to offer a variety of concessions and dining options, from the Skyline Terrace and our Sunset Balcony to a diverse selection of restaurants within walking distance. Learn More

Restrooms: A restroom is located in the Information Center. This facility is equipped with a changing table and is accessible for all patrons.

Lost and Found: Lost property will be turned into Public Safety. See front-of-house staff to claim lost property.

Musicians shown from behind, playing to a small group of people at Sammons Park in Dallas.


The AT&T Performing Arts Center is compliant with the American Disabilities Act, welcomes all patrons and offers a variety of services to meet special needs. Patrons may be dropped off on Flora Street for easy access. Ramps are located in front of the Donor Reflecting Pool and near the Information Center.

Barefoot children running through water on the pavement at Sammons Park in Dallas.

About Sammons Park

Designed by Michelle Desvigne of Paris in collaboration with JJR of Chicago, Sammons Park provides a lively destination for families, event patrons, concert-goers, students and individuals from across North Texas.

In addition to the outdoor verandah seating in front of the Winspear Opera House, sprawling lawns provide an ideal setting for picnics, performances and other outdoor activities.

A signature feature of Sammons Park is the large Donor Reflecting Pool in front of the Winspear Opera House. Children of all ages enjoy splashing across the black granite, which honors Center donors of $1 million or more, including those who participate in naming opportunities at the Center.