Last updated Monday, June 29
Dallas is ready to welcome you.
With the city beginning to reopen, the safety of our visitors is our highest priority. That's why we are in close communications with our partners and county and city officials.
Currently, zoos, aquariums, bowling alleys, museums, libraries and skating rinks are allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity. Outdoor gatherings of more than 100 people are prohibited, unless approved by local officials. In general, many Dallas hotels, shops, attractions and restaurants have reopened.
Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead and verify hours and information with individual businesses. Many attractions require advanced reservations and masks and have placed limitations on large group visitation. We encourage guests to practice all health and social distancing guidelines issued by the CDC, as well as state and local governments, to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
The Dallas Arboretum is now open. Tickets can be purchased up to 7 days in advance on the Arboretum's website or by phone. Tickets will not be available for purchase on-site. See visitation guidelines here.
Dallas city parks
Open park turf areas and trails remain open. For a list of linear trails that connect multiple parks, greenbelts, schools, neighborhoods, employment centers, entertainment districts and transit centers across the city visit here. Golf courses and tennis facilities are now open. Amenities within the park system including public water fountains, dog parks and restrooms, remain closed.
Dallas Heritage Village
Dallas Heritage Village is now open with adjusted hours from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and additional hours on Thursday evening from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The museum will take several precautionary measures including closing all on-site buildings. Visitors will only be allowed to walk the grounds. For more information visit the museum website or call 214-421-5141.
Dallas Summer Musicals
Dallas Summer Musicals has been working on rescheduling canceled shows. The following new dates have been released:
- Jesus Christ Superstar will return July 6-18, 2021, replacing The Cher Show.
The Dallas Zoo
The Dallas Zoo is now open. Tickets and parking must be purchased in advance online. Please note, guests 10 years and older are required to wear face coverings while at the zoo. Learn more here.
Klyde Warren Park
The park remains open during regular operating hours. Please note the park has suspended all game cart operations until further notice, and the Children's Park is closed. Food trucks have resumed service and My Best Friend's Park (dog park) is open. Boot camp and yoga classes have resumed. Classes are limited to 25 participants and pre-registration is required. Please note, fitness classes are currently canceled. They will resume Saturday, July 11.
The Meadows Museum will reopen Tuesday, July 7. The museum and its gift shop will have a reduced capacity with regular hours. Healthcare workers, first responders and other essential business employees will receive free admission the month of July. For additional information, visit the museum website.
The Dallas location is now open. Tickets are available for purchase here.
The Museum of Biblical Art
The museum is now open. Visit here for more information.
Sweet Tooth Hotel
Sweet Tooth Hotel is now open with their new exhibit, Intangible - A Fiber Fairytale.
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