Dallas, TX
Pioneer Plaza
Commemorates Dallas’ beginnings by celebrating the trails that brought settlers to Dallas; features native plants And trees, a flowing
stream in a natural setting And the world’s largest bronze monument - a recreation of a cattle drive in bronze with longhorn steers being
driven by three cowboys on horses; situated on a 4-plus acre landscaped area, Pioneer Plaza second only to Dealey Plaza as the most-
visited landmark downtown;
Young And Griffin Streets;

Dallas World Aquarium

The aquarium features more than 85,000 gallons of saltwater with marine life from around the world; walk through a 22,000-gallon tunnel
for a panoramic view of reef life; more than an aquarium, experience Secrets of the River rain forest – a vast representation of the flora
And fauna found in the South American Orinoco River basin; a South Africa outdoor, lagoon exhibit of plants And animals rounds out the
experience; daily 10AM - 5PM; two restaurants on-site; check their website for admission
 Children 2 & under enter
1801 North Griffin Street;

Museum of Nature & Science

Founded in 1936; located in Fair Park, Dallas Museum of Natural History And Science Place merged in 2006; the only collections-based,
research-driven public natural history museum in the region; the museum has played a significant role in documenting, describing And
showcasing Texas’ vast natural diversity, And possesses a collection of over 280,000 specimens includes the world’s largest exhibition
of Texas wildlife habitats, a reconstructed Texas tenontosaurus And a giant 90 million year old sea turtle; the Science side of the house
features exhibit halls, a planetarium, And an IMAX Theater—it also hosts the oldest science preschool in the southwest; over 200 hands-
on exhibits, larger than life films, engaging light shows And exhilarating sound-scapes; a Planetarium onsite lets you examine the stars,
participate in astronomy-related activities, see live images of the latest NASA missions; one standard ticket get access to everything
except IMAX And the Planetarium; Mon-Sat 10-5p, Sun Noon-5p;
3535 Grand Ave;

Dallas Children’s Museum
A 6,500 square foot, facility that immerses children And their families in an environment that stimulates exploration And discovery, And
empowers them with knowledge through fun And interactive experiences; exhibits provide opportunities for cultural exploration, dramatic
play, outdoor activities, artistic endeavors, farm to market fun, And educational growth; children will be able to choose activities that meet
their developmental interests;
308 Valley View Center;

Dallas Zoo
Founded in 1888 And located on 95 developed acres, this AZA certified zoo is home to over 8,000 animals; the 20-minute monorail ride is
the best introduction to zoo’s attractions, which are divided into Zoo North And the Wilds of Africa; the Children’s Zoo is comprised of a
Discovery House, Nature Exchange, Woods, And Farm with Story Time at Noon And Nature Exchange Interpreters engage audiences at
2p; the Dallas Aquarium at Fair Park has a separate admission fee; Spring And Summer hours are 9a-5p, daily; Admission $8.75 for
Adults; $5.75 for ages 3-11; $5 ages 65 And up, age 3 enter free; parking is $5 per car or take DART light rail RED line to the Dallas Zoo
Station; winter hours are 9a-4p, daily;
650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway (I-35 East); 214-670-6826;

American Airlines Center
Since opening in July 2001, this sports arena And entertainment complex is comprised of five concourses, wide passage ways, ample
restroom's, 142 luxury suites And seating for 20,400 fans of Dallas Mavericks basketball; an architecturally stunning venue, it include $3
million of public art, brick used on the exterior And some interior areas is Canadian bobon And the limestone is from Indiana And the
granite is Swedish mahogany; the roof is marked with a 90 by 90 foot American Airlines Center logo facing skyward And four lightning
rods; the center is also a well loved large concert venue And home to the Dallas Predators of Arena football And Dallas Stars of pro
2500 Victory Ave;
tickets 972.785.4785

Texas Stadium

Home to the Dallas Cowboys pro football team; a marvel of its day, it is the only major stadium in America with an open roof; tours 10a-4p
Mon-Sat on the hour, 11a-3p Sunday on the hour; tours are cancelled 24 hours before a football game; tours begin And end at the Dallas
Cowboys Pro Shop; admission for adults $10,
ages 5-12 And Senior Citizens age 60 And above cost $6, ages 5 And under enter
2401 East Airport Freeway, Gate 8;

Arlington, TX

Six Flags Over Texas
True to many things in Texas, this park features giant-sized roller coasters And family-friendly thrill rides that have a Texas flair; Sponge
Bob Square Pants - The Ride lets guests plunge into Sponge Bob Square Pants interactive 4-D world; other kid-friendly rides include Oil
Derrick, Superman Tower of Power, Go Karts, Roaring Rapids, Texas Chute And old faithful – Bumper Cars; average admission fee for
parks of its size And complexity; midway between Dallas And Fort Worth at Interstate 30 And Highway 360 (Angus Wynne Freeway);
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