Study one of the most notorious moments in American history at the site where it happened, in the room from where Lee Oswald is thought to have assassinated President Kennedy.
Dallas’ incredible collection of sea life hosts a rainforest exhibit and fish from all over the world, plus a fully-immersive underwater tunnel that lets you walk under the sea.
Browse art of the past, present and future, from historical African, American, and decorative collections, to a wealth of impressive cutting edge contemporary art.
5 of 5 stars
4 of 5 stars
Home to thousands of popular and endangered animals, the expansive Dallas Zoo offers fascinating exhibits and shows, as well as authentic African habitats for its resident gorillas, giraffes, and cheetahs.
While no longer an active hall of justice, the dramatic red stone architecture of this 120-year old courthouse now houses an elaborate museum devoted to local Dallas history.
Take a horse-drawn carriage through the historic West End neighborhood, which has evolved from a century-old trading post into a charming 20-block stretch of museums, shops, and restaurants.
If you're an Extreme Sport Enthusiast and visiting Dallas, Zero Gravity is a must - their website says it all:http://www.gojump.com/Don't forget to drive the
One of the last things I had the chance to do in Dallas/Fort Worth was ride on the trolley. The trolleys were re-established within the past few years at a price tag of
The sixth-floor museum is a must-stop on any Dallas itinerary. I've been there a number of times, and it is my favorite place to take visitors.
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Located on the campus of Southern Methodist University, the Meadows Museum is a real gem. Getting here is half the fun, this is a beautiful neighborhood and a lovely