Visitors Guide and Tourist Guide for Dallas and Fort Worth with tourist attractions, pictures, maps, hotel reservations and other lodging.
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|Top Family-Friendly Dallas Tourist Attractions
There are countless tourist attractions in Dallas for the entire family. Start exploring some of the most popular family-friendly tourist sites in Dallas, Texas
Six Flags Over Texas
This huge amusement park in Arlington holds special events throughout the year.
The Dallas Zoo
Come see more than 5,000 animals in their natural habitats.
The Dallas World Aquarium
The Dallas World Aquarium has world's largest freshwater aquarium and an 85,000 gallon saltwater aquarium.
Fort Worth Stockyards
Experience shopping, dining and sightseeing in the old west.
Grapevine Vintage Railroad - Grapevine
Ride the train between Grapevine and Fort Worth's Stockyard district.
Tour the mansion and ranch that was made famous by the TV series Dallas.
Fort Worth Botanical Garden
Walk through 22 beautiful gardens spread over 110 acres.
The seven Highland Lakes start in Austin 200 miles south of Dallas/Ft. Worth and extend to the northwest for over 80 miles. The lakes are popular Dallas tourist spots for people who enjoy water sports and fishing. Need a place to stay? There are resorts, lake houses and cabins for rent along the lakes.
|Top Sports Related Tourist Attractions In Dallas
In Dallas you don’t have to look far to find sports fans that are ready to cheer on a local team. When you visit the Dallas Texas tourist attractions below you’re in for a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat experience.
Ft. Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
The Ft. Worth Stock Show and Rodeo has been a thing of legend since 1896. Come see cowboys with nerves of steel try to ride and rope their way to victory.
Stockyards Championship Rodeo
Be a part of the world's first indoor rodeo every Friday and Saturday night at Stockyards Rodeo in Fort Worth.
Texas Motor Speedway
NASCAR, Indy races, sprint car competitions - if it’s gas-powered and goes fast you’ll see it fly through the Texas Motor Speedway.
Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium
If a sporting event brings you to Dallas, it’s probably taking place at the massive AT&T Stadium.
|Top Dallas Tours
Dallas city tours give you a unique look at the history, innovation and passionate work that goes into some of the top tourist attractions. Tours of Dallas are offered throughout the city every day of the week.
AT&T Stadium Tours
AT&T Stadium gives spectators a behind the scenes look with a variety of tours. You can choose to do a self-guided tour around the stadium structure, an art tour or a VIP guided tour.
Discover Dallas Tours
Discover Dallas gives single travelers and large groups alike a new way to see the Big D. They offer two-hour tours of Dallas and Fort Worth that have a theme or visit a specific attraction.
|Top Museums In Dallas
Who says you can’t learn a little something while you’re on vacation. Have loads of fun and expand your knowledge at these entertaining Dallas museums.
Dallas Museum of Art
The Dallas Art Association was organized in 1903 and was a direct outgrowth of the Art Committee of the Public Library.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Five floors house 11 permanent exhibit halls containing state-of-the-art video and 3D computer animation with thrilling, life-like simulations. Visitors can exercise their brains through hands-on activities, interactive kiosks and educational games.
The Sixth Floor
Located within the former Texas School Book Depository building, The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is home to the Omini IMAX theatre and the Noble Planetarium.
Sid Richardson Museum
See historic paintings of the Wild West.
Cattle Raisers Museum
The Cattle Raisers Museum officially opened in 1980 to build a greater public awareness of and appreciation for our ranching heritage. In November 2009, the Museum relocated and re-opened within the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History located in the historic cultural district.
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Now in its sixth decade of operation, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art offers a diverse array of exhibitions, publications and programs that connect visitors to masterworks of American art.
Kimball Art Museum
Kimball Art Museum is home to the stunning Renzo Piano Pavilion.
|Top Dallas Tourist Spots For Arts & Entertainment
Deep Ellum Entertainment District
The area was originally called Deep Elm, but the pronunciation “Deep Ellum” by early residents led to its current and historically accepted name.
Dallas West End Historic District
Get a taste of Dallas’ history while exploring shops and restaurants that feature the latest trends. There’s a total of 67.5 acres of shopping, dining and more.
Fort Worth Cultural District
The Cultural District is home to Old World and New World art masterpieces, exotic science and cultural exhibits, exciting performance art theaters and the beloved Will Rogers Memorial Center.
The 10 Best Karaoke Nights in Dallas-Fort Worth
According to the Dallas Observer, there are ten great places for a night of karaoke.
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