Thanks-Giving Square has been a magnificent and important part of downtown Dallas for over 40 years. Centered around the virtue of gratitude, the founders employed one of the most influential architects/designers of the day, Philip Johnson. Johnson designed the sunken garden as a place of escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life, an architecturally significant and spiritually important soul of the community in the heart of downtown Dallas. In addition to the beautiful one-of-a-kind architecture of Johnson, discover Gabriel Loire’s Glory Window, John Hutton’s etched dove and a fabulous mosaic of Norman Rockwell’s Golden Rule alongside a contemporary mural.