If you're in the mood to create art for yourself, check out Canvas Collaboration.
Pictured: HG Sply Co.
2. Dine al fresco
April means it's officially patio weather! From swanky rooftop lounges to charming family-owned rooftop terraces, here is just a sample of the best rooftop dining options in Dallas.
Pictured: Reunion Tower
3. Explore Dallas with CityPass
Save on some of Dallas' best attractions with CityPASS! CityPASS gets you in the door at four must-see stops like the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and Reunion Tower GeO-Deck along with the options of visiting two more attractions such as the Dallas Zoo, George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum and the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. Prices start at $33 for children and and $49 for adults.
There is no need to hurry inside to escape the cold or hide from the summer sun during this time of year, making it a perfect season for some solo rest and relaxation! Check out some of the best ways to spend a solo spring break in Dallas.
Taking over AT&T Stadium for two days, wrestling fans can watch countless smackdowns April 2-3 at Wrestlemania. If you didn't get enough, follow up the fun on the following night (April 4) for Monday Night Raw at the American Airlines Center. For those unable to make it to the wild night, the event will be broadcast live on USA Network.
Spring is the season of sports! With too many games to count (outside of football, of course), all sports fans can see as many games as they'd like. Your choices include hockey games with the Dallas Stars, Texas Rangers, volleyball's Athlete's Unlimited Championship, FC Dallas, Dallas Jackals and the Dallas Mavs. Stay Downtown for a central location to take in all the action. Looking for where to go before a game at the AAC? Check out our pre-game guide here.
Pictured: Dallas Farmers Market
8. Check out Spring Markets and Festivals
Support small business and local makers at Boho Market at Victory Park. This market has free admission, is pet friendly and don't worry - has plenty of parking.
Farmer's Market at the Sound is a family-friendly open-air market every Thursday evening which features food and produce vendors as well as artisans and crafters.
Open seven days a week with an abundance of eateries, shopping experiences and events and a fantastic view of the Dallas skyline, the Dallas Farmers Market is your new go-to for a good time. Check out our guide on what you can expect to do, eat and enjoy during your next visit.
Who doesn't love outdoor movie season? Movies in the Park features classic films on the Samuell-Grand lawn. Screenings will take place at 8:15 p.m each night. Gates open at 7:30 p.m and seating is on a first come, first served basis.
10. Run through West Dallas
Challenge your fitness level as you get a different view of the city by running the Skyline Half Marathon, 10k and 5k. Runners will be challenged with courses that take them over bridges and through West Dallas neighborhoods. Celebrate at the finish line with beer, a DJ and a fun after party in the Trinity Groves area.
Pictured: Dallas Arboretum
11. See Dallas in bloom
Just minutes from Downtown Dallas on the shore of White Rock Lake you can find the Southwest's largest outdoor floral festival! Soak in the sun, sights, sounds and scents of spring at the Dallas Arboretum's spring feature: Birds in Paradise.
12. Drink like a Texas
The Rodeo Bar is the newest bar to hit Downtown Dallas in the basement of The Adolphus hotel. Pose with the red neon sign and lounge on lush leather as you snack on a classic corn dog or a rodeo burger and sip on a Real Cold Cocktail made of whiskey and frozen Dr. Pepper.
That's right! It's not just furry and ferocious friends at the Dallas Zoo anymore. Get ready for a Jurassic journey of prehistoric proportions by snagging an additional ticket to experience The Dino Safari.
Kaitlyn is a Louisiana native who now calls Dallas home. On the weekends, she loves checking out farmers markets and skimming through secondhand shops. As a baseball enthusiast, she's always up for catching a baseball game with her husband, Andrew, at Globe Life Field and Dr Pepper Ballpark.