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  • 21

    Dallas Museum of Art

    15 reviews

    This museum offers a lot of events for the locals and has an okay art collection. However, it does not measure up to the quality you can find at other museums in DFW such as The Meadows or the Kimble in Fort Worth. If I had to make a choice about which museums to visit in Dallas, this would not ...

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  • 22

    Reunion Tower

    14 reviews

    this is a pretty piece of the skyline, but a little overrated when it comes to the content

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  • 23

    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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  • 24

    Cotton Bowl

    11 reviews

    A Dallas landmark and home of the Texas OU weekend game annually. A great place to catch a game or see a live concert located at the Texas Fairgrounds.

  • 25

    Nasher

    8 reviews

    The Nasher is all about the sculptures. If you are not typically a fan of sculpture, give it a shot anyway. I think you'll be surprised by it's beauty and depth. Behind the building is a large grassy area devoted to outdoor sculpture and a peaceful water garden. It's a wonderful green oasis set in the middle of Big D. ...

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  • 26

    Meyerson Symphony Center: Dallas Symphony Orchestra

    7 reviews

    This is a great spot to listen to the symphony. In addition to that, talented singers like Tony Bennet perform here as well. The Meyerson is a an original part of the Arts District.

  • 27

    Thanks-Giving Square

    7 reviews

    This is a great spot to sit and enjoy the outdoors, while being in the middle of a bustling city. Great for people watching too!

  • 28

    Truck Yard

    3 reviews

    A piece of Austin in Dallas. Located in lower Greenville, Truck Yard is a large open outdoor area to enjoy live music, beer and food in a very casual environment.

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  • 29

    Museum of Nature and Science

    6 reviews

    There is a Children's Museum inside the Museum of Nature and Science. Follow the signs to the basement. There are quite a few rooms filled with different toys and activities. My 3 year old daughter had a great time playing with all the stuff.

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  • 30

    Southwest Airlines

    6 reviews

    Best and safest place to go to fly as well as easy in and out,good bang for your buck!

  • 31

    Plaza of the Americas

    10 reviews

    This is a great little lunch hub for downtown workers. It also has an ice skating rink for people to enjoy. It's a nice place to visit.

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  • 32

    1200 Main St

    5 reviews

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  • 33

    McKinney Avenue Trolley

    5 reviews

    Great views of uptown. The driver was very hospitable and helpful. It's great!

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  • 34

    The Bishop Arts District

    5 reviews

    Not much to do just a couple of cute local shops and restaurants. I was nearby and decided to take a look around after a lunch at Cafe Brazil. While the shops are rather unique they are a bit overpriced for my budget. However, I would say it is the perfect place to find handmade local things to eat and ...

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  • 35

    W Dallas - Victory

    5 reviews

    Nice hotel located right across the street from the American Airline Center where the Dallas Stars (NHL) and Dallas Mavericks (NBA). This place has a very nice bar called The Living Room.

  • 36

    Trinity Forest Aerial Adventure Park

    1 review

    This adventure park can cater to the nature lover and the adrenaline rush seeker. You can play it safe on a low balance beam or zip through the two hundred-year-old Post Oak trees. There are six courses and four levels of difficulty, so if you're not so brave, start with difficulty level 1. I don't suggest starting with difficulty level ...

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  • 37

    AMC Theatres - Northpark 15

    4 reviews

    Located in the best shopping mall of Dallas. Clean and not so crowded.

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  • 38

    Dallas Comedy House

    4 reviews

    super

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  • 39

    Nodding Donkey Texas Sports Bar Saloon Dallas Uptown

    4 reviews

    Really fun place to hang out in uptown! My friends live nearby. They serve Donkey Punch. It is quite tasty!

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  • 40

    Meadows Museum

    4 reviews

    This small museum has great collections and a free shuttle at the museum's front door can take you to several locations in the area to grab a bite to eat, go window shopping, visit other museum of go to the movies. A good way to spend an entire day without having a car!

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