Dallas lands at No. 2 spot at Most Instagrammable City

Dallas lands at No. 2 spot at Most Instagrammable City

A research was conducted to determine the most instagrammable cities in Texas and Dallas made it at the top 2 thanks to its arts district and incredible skyline according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say, 


“According to research conducted by TexasRealEstate.com, Dallas ranks No. 2 most Instagrammable metropolitan area in Texas, followed by Austin and San Antonio.


In order to determine the most Instagrammable cities in the state, the research study analyzed Instagram activity in cities across Texas by tracking hashtag data. Hashtags are usually a phrase or word preceded by the # symbol, designed to make content more discoverable. They are a clickable feature on the social media app.


Dallas yielded more than 27 million posts with hashtags related to the area. As the fourth largest metropolitan complex in the U.S., D-FW is home to Dealey Plaza, a bustling Arts District and a picturesque night skyline.


And just recently, Dallas artist and muralist, Tex Moton, who is responsible for keeping Dallas well-numbered and contemplated with arts and murals, placed a new art installation according to a WFAA article which reports, 


FC Dallas and Socios.com unveiled a brand new art installation – created by an iconic Dallas artist – in the players’ tunnel at Toyota Stadium on Friday.


The mural was made by muralist Tex Moton, who was born and raised in Dallas and has been integral in the city’s art scene for decades. He has produced some of the most Instagrammable murals across Dallas-Fort Worth, including the “Welcome to Dallas” mural in Deep Ellum and the Texas Rangers’ “Home Team” mural at Globe Life Field.


Moton helped design the “City Edition” basketball court and jersey for the Dallas Mavericks in 2019.”


The best places to take a snap and post on Instagram are Reunion Tower, Giant Eyeball, Omni Dallas Hotel, Trammell Crow Park, Klyde Warren park, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Bishop Art District murals and Dealey Plaza.