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Outdoor Trivia Race in the Dallas Arts District
"Race to save Dallas from a deadly epidemic. This off-beat game is played by teams of 2-4 people. Armed with only your wits and your cell phones you will try to help a team of completely inept scientists discover the cure to a mysterious disease known as “the playgue”.As you travel to different outbreaks within a 4 block radius (starting at Klyde Warren Park) be prepared to solve scavenger hunt questions pub-style trivia and brain puzzles at each location to earn points. Points earned are lives saved. Your entire team must work together using their collective knowledge and the ability to find all of the world’s information on their mobile phones.The game permits as long as it is during daylight hours."""
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Dallas Arts District Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins at the Meyersen Symphony Center and takes you on a well-designed course among historic and cultural sights past great artwork and through the city’s most active park. The tour requires approximately 1.75 miles of walking with numerous stops along the route to complete challenges and decipher clues. The game software tracks team points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard for those with a competitive edge. Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows parti leaving time to stop for some Dallas BBQ or simply enjoy the city and the scenery. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun while seeing the city! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people.""""Turn the Dallas Arts District into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone
From $15.00
 
Dallas Arts District Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins at the Meyersen Symphony Center and takes you on a well-designed course among historic and cultural sights past great artwork and through the city’s most active park. The tour requires approximately 1.75 miles of walking with numerous stops along the route to complete challenges and decipher clues. The game software tracks team points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard for those with a competitive edge. Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows parti leaving time to stop for some Dallas BBQ or simply enjoy the city and the scenery. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun while seeing the city! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people.""""Turn the Dallas Arts District into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone
From $15.00

More Things to Do in Wills Point

The Wills Cabin

William Wills who the town was named after, was the first pioneer to build in the area in 1848. The family originally had their homestead on Highway 64 and Van Zandt County Road 3415 which is known as...
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Jun 23, 2004

Buried at White Rose Cemetery

William Wills died at the age of 60 in 1864 and was buried at a family plot. His wife before her death in 1892, donated 8 acres of the land around the plot to be used as a community cemetery for the...
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Jun 23, 2004

The Blacksmith Shop

The Wills family also had a blacksmith’s shop. Mr Wills used to make saddles and bridles and also built corrals for herds that were being driven to market. As a commissioner and tax...
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Jun 23, 2004

Made of Hewn Logs

The old dog-trott cabin which is built of logs hewn on both sides, has been well preserved by the residents of Wills Point. In 1996 archaeologists began digging into the earth where it was believed...
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Jun 23, 2004

The Old Smokehouse

There was a real attempt to arrange the homestead in a layout that it would have been originally set. There is an old smokehouse which sits up behind the cabin to the left. This was where a fire was...
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Jun 23, 2004

Bruce Park

Bruce Park is just a tiny little 3 acre city park across from the railroad tracks. The park is set up in the example of the Wills home as it was laid out. There is the family home, a blacksmith shop,...
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Jun 23, 2004
 
 
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The First Christian Church

The church was originally founded by Reverend John T. Poe in 1882 although the building was not built until 1886. In 1920 when it was remodeled the belfry was removed. There is a historical marker...
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Jun 23, 2004

The Old Rose Dry Goods Store

In the early days of Wills Point, the streets were dirt and carved by wagon wheel ruts. Horse and buggies parked in front of the old Rose Dry Goods store. The store was right down from the railroad...
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Jun 23, 2004

Railroad Depot

The old Wills Point Railroad Depot sits right on Hwy 80 on the north side of the tracks. Apparently there is a basement with narrow passages which were decorated and used as a haunted house during...
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May 04, 2004

Bruce & Human Drug Company

The name of this drug store caught my eye and my sense of humour. The store has been on this corner since 1879 and is one of Van Zandt County's oldest businesses. Originally established by B.W. Bruce...
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May 04, 2004

The Rose Monument

You cannot miss the stark white Rose Monument, it sits right in the middle of Fourth and Commerce Street in the downtown area. The monument was donated to the city by I.E. Rose. In this part of...
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May 04, 2004

Majestic Theatre

This is supposed to be the oldest theatre in continuous operation in the Texas, maybe even the USA. The Lybrand family own and operate the theatre and have done for a few generations after the...
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May 04, 2004

The Old Caboose

The old railroad caboose was given to the city by the Union Pacific Railroad company in 1990. After being restored and repainted the caboose was brought to Ollie Webb Park to be displayed. It is mean...
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May 04, 2004

A Rest Stop for Travellers

William and Mary Ann Wills were very well known for their hospitality. Many who travelled the Dallas-Shreveport Road would rest their oxen and cattle at their homestead.
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Jun 23, 2004

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