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Top 10 Things To Do in Dallas

1. Klyde Warren Park

Covering 5.2 acres, this public park is like nothing you’ve ever seen. Klyde Warren Park is built over Woodall Rodgers Freeway! While at the park you can enjoy food trucks, an area for children to play in, seating areas, exercise classes and relaxing and watching it all happen. This is a must see in Dallas!

Klyde Warren Park

2. Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

Boasting 66 acres of floral displays on the shores of White Rock Lake, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens shows off one of the most breathtaking gardens in the world. With over 500,000 blooming bulbs and Cherry Blooms February-April, this place is a must-see! You can enjoy outdoor concerts, water features and a Children’s Adventure Garden while you take in all the beauty!

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

3. Adventure Hunt Dallas

A fun and adventurous modern-day treasure hunt you can enter as many times as you want! You’ll be adventuring all over Dallas and the surrounding areas solving clues that will have you exploring the city, including spots you likely haven't explored before!  It only costs $10 and every time you finish, you will get $5 to the Adventure Hunt Store and be entered to win a FREE TRIP TO PANAMA! You can enter on your own, with a date or with a group of friends. No matter how many people you are with, you will have a blast!

 

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4. Reunion Tower

Only 1 day in Dallas and not sure how to see it all? The Reunion Tower can solve that problem. With an observation deck that is over 500 feet off the ground and 360-degree views, you can see Dallas from a whole new view!

Reunion Tower

5. Zero Gravity Amusement Park

Zero Gravity Park is not for the weak. With five extreme thrill rides, even the toughest of adrenaline junkies will be satisfied. You can drop seven stories on the ‘Bungee Jump’, rocket straight up at 70 mph on the ‘Texas Blastoff’, and even swing face down over 100 feet off the ground on the ‘Skycoaster’.  

Zero Gravity Amusement Park

6. Dealey Plaza

A visit to Dealey Plaza will teach you all about John F. Kennedy’s assassination. You can see the street where he was killed and then you can visit the sixth floor museum to learn about the details of that day.

Dealey Plaza

7. AT&T Stadium

Home to the Dallas Cowboys football team and largest HDTV, AT&T Stadium is a sight to see. Boasting a capacity of 100,000, this stadium and it’s retractable roof are quite amazing and if you are there during football season and happen to catch a home game, it is a blast to see it all in action!

AT&T Stadium

8. Six Flags Over Texas

Spanning 212 acres, Six Flags over Texas is complete with thrill rides, family rides, kids rides and even shows! Home to The Joker, a roller coaster that shoots you straight up 12 stories and flips you head over heels 6 times all while hanging off the side of the track, Six Flags over Texas is a day full of fun!

Six Flags over Texas

9. Katy Trail

Existing on an old railroad, The Katy Trail is an epic sight. You can find people running, walking, inline skating, bicycling and so much more when you visit! With two paths and multiple bridges, you can enjoy it all!

Katy Trail

10. White Rock Lake

Hosting some of the best events held in Dallas, White Rock Lake covers 1,015 acres of pure beauty. You can kayak in the lake, bike or run around it or even just sit and enjoy the 1,015 acres that it covers.

White Rock Lake 


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