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Where to Propose in Dallas

2018-02-14 / Ashley Turner

There's no better place to plan the perfect engagement.

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Explore all the Bubbly Flavors at Bishop Cider Co.

2018-02-13 / Daniel Horsch

Come for the cider and stay for all the arcade games you can handle!

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Spanish Art at its Finest Comes to the Meadows Museum at SMU

2018-02-08 / Rikki Rincon

Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida.

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Reunion Tower GeO-Deck

Enjoy a trip to the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower with 360-degree views of the city. Stop by the photo booth on your way in, before riding the elevator 470 feet up to the observation deck.

Perot Museum

The Perot Museum of Nature & Science inspires minds through nature and science, offering fun exhibits for all. Tour the Gems and Minerals Hall together before standing on the earthquake stimulator for a real-world experience.

George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

History-loving couples, explore the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum together on the grounds of the beautiful Southern Methodist University. Enjoy new exhibits this month, like the special art exhibit celebrating Black History Month, or take turns taking pictures in the President’s chair in the replica of the Oval Office.

Dallas Zoo

Make nature a part of your date night with a trip to the Dallas Zoo. Stop by the penguins exhibit or head over to hand-feed a giraffe. Complete your adventure with some grub at zoo-themed eateries, making for a great afternoon date.

Dallas Arboretum

Spend a romantic evening in the beautiful gardens of the Dallas Arboretum. Enjoy special after-hours access for the month of February, as the gardens stay open until 7 p.m., giving you plenty of time to catch the beautiful sunset on the lake.

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 together as you explore one of the most important moments in American history.

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