Then, you will want to take a look at all the museums.
The Dallas Museum of Art, Legends
of the Game Baseball Museum, Palace of Wax/Ripley's
Believe It or Not, Oil City Park and the Conspiracy
Museum. Here are our Dallas Top 10 Attractions:
972 724 4900
3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway
Grapevine, TX 76051-2008
Open Hours: 10am-9pm Mon-Sat; Noon-6pm Sun the Grapevine
Mills 200 of the best names in manufacturers and retail
outlets and is about 30 minutes from Dallas. Places
like Rainforest Cafe and Dick Clark's American Bandstand
Grill are just some of the dining available and there
is also entertainment there too.
214 670 5656
650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway
Dallas, TX 75203-3013
Open Hours: 9am-5pm daily; closed Christmas Day the
Dallas Zoo has 95 acres of exotic and traditional
zoo animals. There are six natural habitats that are
featured: forest, mountain, woodland, river, desert
and brush. There is also a 20-minute monorail ride.
This is a great afternoon for the whole family.
West End MarketPlace
214 748 4801
603 Munger Ave
Dallas, TX 75202-1847
Open Hours: 11am-10pm Mon-Thu; 11am-midnight Fri-Sat;
noon-6pm Sun retail shops, restaurants and a movie
theater and there is a Planet Hollywood too. The complex
contains nightclubs and outdoor stages for entertainment.
You will want to spend the whole day and night there
because there is just so much to do.
White Rock Lake
214 670 4100
8300 Garland Road
Dallas, TX 75218-4332
Open Hours: 6am - midnight daily White Rock Lake 9
- plus miles of waterfront trails. There is fishing,
sailing and horseback riding. There are several playgrounds
and picnic areas are reservable and you will wish
to spend the afternoon or evening on the grounds.
Admission is free for all.
Swiss Avenue Historic District
214 821 3290
Swiss Avenue and Fitzhugh
Dallas, TX 75204
The Swiss Avenue Historic District is Open Hours:
9am - 5pm daily. There are approximately 200 houses
in Mediterranean, Spanish, Georgian, Prairie School
and English Tudor styles for you to take a look at.
The Dallas Museum of Art offers a guided tour on cassette
tape. You will just love the houses.
Sixth Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza
214 747 6660
411 Elm St
Dallas, TX 75202-3317
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza is open hours:
9am-6pm daily is an exhibit that leads up the events
that killed President John F. Kennedy. You will definitely
want to go and see this museum. There are also listings
of all the accomplishments of the 35th President of
the United States.
Dallas Museum of Art
214 922 1200
1717 North Harwood
Dallas, TX 75201-2330
Dallas Museum of Art is open hours: 11am-5pm Tue-Sun;
11am-9pm Thu is a feature of the Arts District. It
houses timeless pieces of art. There is a restaurant
and a café for your dining pleasure and a gift
shop for souvenirs and gifts. You will spend hours
mesmerized by the art.
Legends of the Game Baseball Museum
817 273 5600
1000 Ballpark Way
Arlington, TX 76011-5168
Open Hours: 9am - 5:30pm Tue - Sat; 11am - 4pm Sun
The Legends of the Game Baseball Museum displays include
bats, jerseys and trophies of the nations baseball
legends. There is also a learning center to teach
aspects of science, history and more. A great day
will be had here.
Palace of Wax/Ripley's Believe It or Not
972 263 2391
601 East Safari Parkway
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
The Palace of Wax/Ripley's Believe It or Not is open
the hours: 10am-5pm Mon-Fri; 10 am-6pm Sat-Sun. A
7-foot Leaning Tower of Pisa, Gone with the Wind and
The Wizard of Oz are just some of the very interesting
pieces in this museum. There are also wax replicas
of your favorite celebrities.
Old City Park
214 421 5141
1717 Gano St
Dallas, TX 75215-1273
Open Hours: Buildings: 10am-4pm Tue-Sat, noon-4pm
Sun; Park Grounds: dawn-sunset daily at the Old City
Park. Inside small buildings visitors will see volunteers
weaving, cooking, black smithing and other historic
crafts of the era. There is a Candlelight Country
Fair and an Old Fashioned Fourth of July and there
are other special events too.
214 741 3040
110 South Market St
Dallas, TX 75202-3614
Open Hours: 10am-6pm daily The Conspiracy Museum has
exhibits and likes you to test your own theories on
who killed President John F. Kennedy. There is also
other assassination attempts information that are
on display involving past American presidents. All
say it is a very interesting museum and afternoon