Dallas Things to Do

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  • 26. White Rock Lake

    White Rock Lake is a nice place to get away from the Dallas traffic and car exhaust. You'll often see people sailing, or rowing, or kayaking around the lake. My dream house is also located on the lake...

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  • 27. Ambassador Hotel

    The hotel is the oldest remaining luxury hotel in Dallas and was built in 1904 in what is described as a Sullivanesque skyscraper style. It opened as the Majestic hotel in 1905 in what was an affluent...

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  • 28. Holocaust Museum

    I have always been obessed with the Holocaust, so when I found out that Dallas had a Holocaust musuem, it was first on my things to do list. The musuem is really cool. When you go in, they give you...

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  • 29. Six Flags

    Offcourse we went to Six Flags, it was one of the three parks we visited during our trip. Unfortunality it was the most wet visit to till know. It rained a lot that day so the park didn't look at its...

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  • 30. Lone Star Park Horse Racing

    A BEAUTIFUL race park with an even more impressive simultcast building. Prices for food can be a pretty penny but find a night where there are $1 drinks or cheap beer. The night we went even had live...

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  • 31. Arboretum

    Every Thursday night from May through July, you can see outdoor concerts (usually by a one group cover band such as Beatles, Rolling Stones, etc.) at the Dallas Arboretum. Everyone brings coolers and...

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  • 32. State Fair of Texas

    If you're in town for the last week of September and first 2 weeks of October then a must visit is the State Fair of Texas held at Fair Park. Not only are there the usual side show attractions and...

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  • 33. Frontiers of Flight Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Frontiers of Flight Museum at Dallas Love Field is like many such museums: displays and aircraft hanging from the ceiling or lined up on the floor. This museum actually doesn't have that many...

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  • 34. Guadalupe Cathedral

    Guadalupe Cathedral sits in the cultural district of the city and is a perfect example of High Victorian Gothic Architecture (pics #2-3). It was designed by, Nicholas J. Clayton, 'premier architect of...

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  • 35. City Hall

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Dallas City Hall is an unusual inverted pyramid-style building and one of the most distinctive structures in Dallas. Construction began in 1972 and was completed in 1978. There are 7 floors above...

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  • 36. Imax Theatre

    A popular Imax film which I also saw down in Galveston (although not in a domed environment) is 'Into The Deep' A great insight into the underwater world of a kelp forest. The film captures unique...

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  • 37. Addison Circle Park

    I visit Dallas often and spend all of the holidays here. I lived here but before this sight I wasn't really inspired to visit more of what the city has to offer. So, the last time I went, I thought to...

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  • 38. Galleria Mall

    Besides all the shopping you can do at the Galleria you can also go ice skating on the bottom floor. You can't miss it, there is a view of the skating rink from all floors. This picture is from the...

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  • 39. Houston Street Bridge

    Built in 1910, this bridge was once said to be the longest concrete bridge of its type in the world at that time. The bridge was originally built when Dallas found itself cut off from Oak Cliff due to...

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  • 40. Discovery Gardens

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Texax Discovery Gardens are set on 7.5 acres in the Fair Park complex and are the second oldest botanical institution in Texas. The gardens were formerly the Dallas Horticulture Centre. There is...

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  • 41. African American Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The African-American Museum of Art in Fair Park, near the Cotton Bowl, owns one of the largest collections of African-American folk art in the USA and is the only museum in the southwestern USA which...

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  • 42. Irving

    The glitter may have worn off Texas Stadium since its 1971 opening, but it remains the shrine of Texas football to this day. When the Cowboys are off the field, the stadium is home to concerts and...

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  • 43. Meadows Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Museum was founded in 1965 by Algur H. Meadows for the purpose of display and study of Spanish art. The museum has expanded a great deal since then. The original collection of Spanish art, the...

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  • 44. Farmer's Market

    This iss one of the few remaining markets and is one of the largest markets in the country. Something like 1,000 farmers bring fresh produce for sale here and during the year special crafts, plants...

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  • 45. The Science Place

    Amongst the many exhibits is the Farm Project. This is designed for little ones to learn everything from seeding to harvesting. The will get a little bag to be able to do their shopping of nutritious...

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  • 46. Texas Motorplex

    TEXAS MOTORPLEX See texasmotorplex.com for more info Built in 1986, The Texas Motorplex has been the place of many drag racing milestones and world record performances. Ever since Darrell Gwynn...

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  • 47. Southern Methodist University

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A casual walk through the campus of Southern Methodist University, followed by a good coffee and pastry at the nearby La Madeline French Bakery, is a pleasant way to spend a morning in Dallas. The...

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  • 48. Pocket Sandwich Theatre

    We went to a fun show at this dinner theater where you can throw popcorn if you don't like the show! :) Prices range from $8-$12 per show and you can order dinner, if you want. Check the website for...

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  • 49. Texas Stadium

    The Dallas Cowboys football stadium, 6 flags, Reunion Arena, and the European site just off of Webb's Chapel Road. White Lake, Grapevine Lake, downtown Dallas, tons of malls to go check out. The...

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  • 50. Convention Center

    The Dallas Convention Centre is like everything else in Texas – big. It features the world’s largest column-free exhibit hall at a size of 203,000 sq ft with a ceiling height of 40ft. Dallas is a big...

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