If you are in Dallas and have time to explore, then there are a few attractions that Dallas is known for. For more things to do currently in the DFW area, you should visit guidelive.com
Here are some highlights that may help you:
Dallas has one of the finest arts districts in the world that include the Winspear Opera House, the Myerson Symphony Hall, the Wylie Theatre, the Perot Museum, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Trammell Crow Museum of Asian Artand the Nasher Sculpture Garden. The Fort Worth museum district is spectacular as well featuring the Modern and the Kimbell.
Fort Worth Stockyards
Although this is an hour to 90 minute drive away, this is quintessentially Texas. The old brick streets and everyone wearing cowboy hats can be an incredible site.
The Sixth Floor Museum
The 6th Floor library where Lee Harvey Oswald reportedly shot JFK is perhaps the most famous thing to do in Dallas. You can book a Viator tour of the museum and learn more about the JFK assassination by clicking here.
AT&T Cowboys Stadium
Dallas wouldn’t be Dallas without the Cowboys. There are tours that you can take through Jerry’s world if you are so inclined. You can book a tour of the stadium through Viator by clicking here. For more tours of Dallas on Viator, click here.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
8525 Garland Rd, Dallas, TX 75218, 214-515-6615
Unique, large, and beautiful with several cafes and restaurants right on the park grounds; their parking garage is situated across the street with a connecting tunnel for patrons or there is open parking right near the entrance to the park.
Dallas World Aquarium
1801 N Griffin St, Dallas, TX 75202, 214-720-2224
Open daily 9 am to 5 pm
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