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Enjoy Spring Break in Dallas with CityPASS

Solo travel or a family staycation – plan your Dallas adventure now!

Posted on Mar 5, 2021 By Ashley Turner

If you're coming to Dallas this Spring Break, safely plan your time in the city visiting Dallas' top attractions. The CityPASS lets you visit the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Reunion Tower's GeO-Deck, The Sixth Floor Museum, and the Dallas Zoo (which is usually an or option with the George W. Bush Museum – we can't wait for them to reopen!) for the low price of $31 for children and $47 for adults – a deal that simply can't be beat!

Each attraction has safely reopened their doors with plenty of health and safety protocols to keep you and your family safe during your visit. Here is what's happening at each of these attractions during Spring Break!

Perot Museum of Nature and Science
The Perot Museum's latest exhibition, The Science of Guinness World Records will make its U.S. debut beginning on March 6. This engaging exhibit will challenge and encourage all ages to go behind the scenes and learn more about some of the world's most fascinating accomplishments. Check out the largest Pac-Man videogame, the longest mustache ever, and learn more about the story behind the record holder for most consecutive pinky pull-ups, just to name a few! After visiting this impressive exhibit, the museum's permanent exhibit halls are just an escalator ride away.  

Note: The Science of Guinness World Records requires a surcharge of $8 for adults (13-64) and seniors (65+), $6 for youth (2-12) and free for children under 2. Guests can redeem their CityPASS by simply presenting their booklet or digital voucher on-site at the Box Office.

The Perot's Spring Break hours are as follows:
Thursday, March 4 through Sunday, March 21:
10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday-Saturday
11 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Sunday
The museum will close at 5 p.m., March 13 and 14

Dallas Zoo
Visit the largest zoological experience in Texas with a trip to the Dallas Zoo. Located in South Dallas, the zoo is home to plentiful animal experiences that make for a fun family outing. Stop by the giraffe feeding ridge, or make your way to the the Wonders of the Wild wildlife show. There are also hourly animal encounters at the zoo's all-new Animals in Action pop-up experiences.

For even more animal fun, you can book a visit with the zoo's Virtual Animal Adventures Program where you'll meet Nigel, the prehensile-tailed porcupine!

The Zoo is currently open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. After purchasing your CityPASS, you can call the zoo to schedule your visit.

Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
Explore the Dallas skyline with the Tower's 360-degree video experience, check out the indoor and outdoor observation decks, and collect a free digital photo! In addition, Reunion Tower has a variety of Spring Break programming planned that's fit for all ages. Super Hero Bingo on March 9, RoyalTea Thursday on March 11, and a Spring Break Dance Party with DJ K-Sprinkles on March 13, are just a few highlights. See the full list of Spring Break events here.

Reunion Tower's hours vary daily; check their website to plan your visit. CityPASS purchasers can walk up to the ticketing counter and will be added into the next available timeslot. 

The Sixth Floor Museum
The museum's latest special exhibit, Art Reframes History, has been extended through May 9, 2021. This special installation of works explores the variety of ways artists interpret history, showcased through 10 different artistic approaches including photography, oil painting, and musical theater.

Outside of this special exhibit, the museum's permanent exhibit is a must-see. Learn about the life and legacy of John F. Kennedy through an interactive, audio-guided tour, and stop by the gift shop on your way out for a unique souvenir.

The exhibit is included with your regular museum admission. Museum hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors can exchange their CityPASS in person for a museum ticket for the next available timed entry. You can also schedule your visit ahead of time by stopping by the museum and selecting a date and time you want (pending availability).

*Header photo courtesy of Reunion Tower and was taken before COVID-19.

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