This tiny park situated in downtown Dallas is packed with features. These include the Thanks-Giving bells, spiral chapel and a pretty water feature. A good place to take a few photos.
About Thanks-Giving Square
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Thanksgiving Square is a beautiful place in downtown Dallas. On Sundays, they have a church service for the homeless community of downtown Dallas and it's amazing to watch all the people who come to worship and come to eat and just everyone being together.
This is a cute little church, in a surprising shape next to the sky scrapers. it is worth taking a look inside at the beautiful painted windows.
The square is well worth a visit, but don't let the strange, spiral building fool you. Go inside and you'll see that the strange ceiling is made up of a spiraling stained glass window that's WELL worth a visit. Go during the middle of a...More
Please find a few moments to visit this calming oasis. The chapel's stained glass ceiling alone is worth a short detour from your otherwise busy day. The architecture and lay-out are also noteworthy; however the grounds looked like they could use a bit of TLC....More
Under restoration but still mostly accessible, Thanks Giving Square is a nice attempt to remind us of the simple act of appreciation of our blessings and the many ways mankind has of expressing it. It is right smack in the middle of the busy downtown...More