This formerly run-down downtown warehouse district has become one of the most popular areas of the city, full of restaurants, sports, entertainment and shopping, with a canal running through it all.
Located on the east side of downtown between Gaylord Avenue on the west and Stiles Avenue on the East. Reno Avenue is a main south side street and Main Street is the district's north border.
Honoring the American Cowboy since 1955, at 1700 NE 63rd Street. They feature galleries of Western and Native American artifacts, sculptures, art and historical documents. Classic and contemporary art include depictions of the lives of working cowboys and a history of American rodeo. Native American works of art, history and sculpture are also well represented.
The 19 buildings of "Prosperity Junction," a replica of of an old Western town, give visitors an inside perspective on the history. Grounds around the museum feature sculptures, gardens, ponds and a plaza with fountains.
In the Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center, with Noble Theatre, exhibit rooms, films, a cafe, and a resource center. Exhibits include: Luis Jiménez: Works on Paper, through December 12, with perspectives of a Mexican-American that capture a world of prostitutes, lowriders, and tattoos; and works in glass and drawings by Dale Chihuly. See their art film series schedule, for screenings Thursdays through Sundays, on their website.