Spring Break in Dallas
Spring break events in and around Dallas
Events in Spring Break
Make Dallas your 2017 Spring Break getaway! With an expansive arts district and a ton of family-friendly events and things to do to enjoy, bring the whole family for an adventure to Dallas. No matter when in March your spring break dates fall, Dallas is ready for you to enjoy your #DallasBIG adventure. Don't know where to start? Check out our list of all the latest events happening in Dallas for Spring Break, and don't forget to check out our personalized itinerary builder to build out your perfect weekend in Dallas!
Legoland Discovery Center is opening two new attractions in time for spring break. Starting March 3, add colorful creations to LEGO Friends Heartlake City and put your ninja skills to the ultimate test with LEGO Ninjago City Adventure. The two-story oriental-style play structure puts guests' physical skills to the test as they fight to save Ninjago City. Adjacent to the play area, guests can play and pose with life-sized models of all the LEGO Friends while adding creations to the Heartlake City build experience.
The St. Patrick's Day Concert featuring Jimmy Eat World presented by Bud Light returns to Greenville Avenue on Saturday, March 11! The concert takes place immediately after the Dallas St Patrick's Parade and includes a full day of festivities. Come early to participate in the Dash Down Greenville 5K fun run, and stay late to jam out to Jimmy Eat World. The parade and concert take place rain or shine! Enjoy this fun day outing, and make it a part of your Spring Break festivities.
Private collection turned public treasure, the Nasher Sculpture Center is one of the foremost collections of modern and contemporary sculpture in the world. The center boasts more than 300 sculptures housed in an indoor gallery and serene outdoor garden, including seminal works by Rodin, Matisse, Picasso and Henry Moore. Bring the whole family to enjoy a week of free programming at the Nasher to celebrate Spring Break. The center is open to the public and admission is free, so bring the whole family for a day of fun. Investigate big ideas in the work of Nasher Prize Laureate Pierre Huyghe through tours, games, stories and hands-on projects.
Get out of the house and into the gardens at Fair Park with your family during Spring Break. Each day has a special nature theme, and the entire week will focus on more than 200 activities and 15 crafts. Each day at 11 am, we'll enjoy nature walks or outdoor fun, and at noon we'll head to the Butterfly House for a butterfly release and a chat about the beautiful creatures. We kick the week off with Bug Safari Day, which is the perfect way to kick off the learning for Spring Break. Tuesday is all about gardening and Wednesday we're back to the butterflies to learn about their lifecycles. Reptiles are taking over Thursday, and we'll end the week with Green Day, complete with a trash walk to help keep our garden clean.
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