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Feeling Peckish? The Best Fried Chicken in Dallas to Curb Your Hunger

2020-07-02 / Zane Harrington

Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day (July 6!) at our favorite spots in town.

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Plan Your Trip to Dallas Based on Your Enneagram

2020-07-02 / Kaitlyn Grekoff

Just your (ennea) type of road trip.

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Fourth of July Weekend Itinerary

2020-07-01 / Ashley Turner

How to spend the holiday in Dallas.

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Enjoy the city's top attractions at a discounted price

Get access to five Dallas attractions with the Dallas CityPASS a discounted admissions booklet, that makes getting out and exploring Dallas easy as ever.

Reunion Tower GeO-Deck

Enjoy a trip to the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower with 360-degree panoramic views of the city. Stop by the photo booth on your way in, before riding the elevator 470 feet up to the observation deck. Check out the interactive touch screens to read about Dallas’ landmarks and look through the telescopes to see the city for miles away.

Perot Museum of Nature & Science

The Perot Museum of Nature & Science inspires minds of all ages through interactive exhibits, activities, films and more. Explore five floors and 11 permanent exhibit halls including, the Gems and Minerals Hall with an impressive collection of gems from six continents, as well as the Sports Hall where you can test your speed against a T. Rex!

George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

History-lovers – explore the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum located on the grounds of the beautiful Southern Methodist University. Enjoy new exhibits, including the annual exhibit, Christmas at the White House, or take turns taking pictures in the President’s chair in the replica of the Oval Office, part of the main exhibit of the museum.

Dallas Zoo

The Dallas Zoo is the oldest and largest zoo in Texas with 106-acres of space with over 2,000 animals! Enjoy various encounters and attractions like the penguins exhibit or head over to hand-feed a giraffe. Complete your adventure with some grub at zoo-themed eateries and a ride on the safari monorail.

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the life, assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy with thoughtful exhibits and artifacts. Enjoy a quiet moment of remembrance through an audio guided tour as you explore one of the most important moments in American history.

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Last updated on 12/13/2019.