Things to do in Dallas

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  • 1

    Galleria Dallas

    43 reviews

    Beautiful and exciting with true warm Texas hospitality from most of the stores and shops. A Must See during the winter holidays for amazing events.

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  • 2

    Dallas World Aquarium

    30 reviews

    One of the finest aquariums in the country. It's one of those places that is so interesting that you just don't want to leave.

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  • 3

    The Sixth Floor Museum

    29 reviews

    Despite the city’s breakneck forward motion, one thing Dallas can probably never leave behind is the legacy of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. History buffs head to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, formerly the Texas School Book Depository, where Lee Harvey Oswald is presumed to have fired the fatal shots. The area where Oswald allegedly stood ...

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  • 4

    Dallas Zoo

    33 reviews

    With a train station right at the zoo, this is a wonderful place to spend with family and friends. Visit their web site for acceptable items to bring, prices and best times to visit. Do bring a camera with plenty memory as there is a lot to see and do! And always remember to not feed the animals unless posted.

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  • 5

    Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

    18 reviews

    Pretty scenery, excellent place for outdoor, natural photo opps

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  • 6

    American Airlines Center

    20 reviews

    Home to the Dallas Stars (NHL) and Dallas Mavericks (NBA).

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  • 7

    White Rock Lake

    18 reviews

    Nice place to fly kites, throw a frisbee, or ride a bike. Lots of room to spread out and spend the day picnicking and reading a good book.

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  • 8

    Perot Museum of Nature and Science

    15 reviews

    Science! Nature! Architecture! If those three words don't convince you to visit, then maybe these eighty or so words will. This is a great place to bring any size group, especially children. But it's not just a place for kids. There are certain evenings when it's 21 and up only. They have alcohol and encourage the adults to enjoy the ...

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  • 9

    Deep Ellum

    20 reviews

    I have only driven through here and it looks quite cool. Maybe a bit trashy looking. I imagine many artsy-hipsters are into this neighborhood. I really don't know. I guess I need to give it a try one of these days. Cool art around. Filled with a unique character.

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  • 10

    Dallas Museum of Art

    15 reviews

    Beautiful. Free. Need I say more?

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  • 11

    Reunion Tower

    14 reviews

    Reunion Tower is an iconic part of the Dallas skyline. Ride the elevator up to the observation deck. It slowly turns so you can get a 360 view of the city. If you would like to stay a little longer you can have dinner or a drink in the restaurant. In the later hours of the night you can catch ...

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  • 12

    Nasher Sculpture Center

    12 reviews

    The Nashers of Dallas are such devout arts patrons that not only have they installed a number of art pieces from their personal collection at NorthPark Center, they built an entire museum in the Arts District to house both works from their collection and feature traveling exhibits. The grounds and even the building itself are a work of art as ...

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  • 13

    Dallas Arts District

    11 reviews

    Gorgeous and so much to do and see!

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  • 14

    Southern Methodist University

    11 reviews

    I attended SMU from 2002-2006 to get a degree in Engineering Management, Information, and Systems. I also got a degree in Mathematics. SMU has a strong academic record. We also tote one of the nation's best greek systems. Students have the ability to get very involved even in their first year with all of the student government options. The campus ...

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  • 15

    Old Red Courthouse

    12 reviews

    Fun touristy museum located next to the JFK Museum.

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  • 16

    Klyde Warren Park

    5 reviews

    Beautiful park to spend the afternoon! Right on top of the Woodall Rodgers freeway and close to the Arts District and downtown. While parking is a bit difficult to find while there is an event it is a great place to hangout! They are a few art museums within a 2 minute walk and a restaurant in the middle of ...

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  • 17

    John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza

    11 reviews

    Not what I was expecting - very grim. But this is an important place for younger visitors to see because of its historical importance to their parents and grandparents. This place changed America for that generation just like 9/11 changed the country for the current cohort of young people.

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  • 18

    Cotton Bowl

    11 reviews

    I would have liked to visit the interior of the stadium, but it was closed due to renovation work. what I can say looking at it from the outside: yeah, it's big!!!

  • 19

    Pioneer Plaza

    8 reviews

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Pioneer Plaza Cattle Drive. One had the distinct feeling that you were transported back to the times of the Chisolm Trail. Looking forward to going back to Dallas and seeing the Pioneer Plaza once again.

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    8 reviews

    Highly recommend the Midnight at the Nasher events; live music and movies in the garden. Very enjoyable.

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