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About Dallas

Big hair, scandal, and flashy spending is lingering impressions of this Texan city left over from the 1980s TV show. In reality, Dallas does offer loads of shopping and you can certainly see the upper crust at play uptown and on McKinney Ave. Delving a bit deeper than the stereotypes, you’ll find opportunities to take in a rodeo, golf, ride the roller coasters at Six Flags Texas , take in a Dallas Cowboys football game, or arrive in autumn to explore the Texas State Fair , second largest in the nation. Supposedly haunted park White Rock Lake is also just outside of town and lovely for walking in, assuming your not flustered by the possibility of a supernatural encounter. Deep Ellum (for hipsters) and downtown (for whoever) is where the best nightlife is discovered.

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White Rock Lake Park
51 Reviews
City Park
This centrally located lake offers fantastic group and individual recreation options. No place in Dallas offers a more scenic picnic spot. Hikers, bikers, and joggers can take advantage of over nine miles of trails. The Audubon Society has designated a bird watching where you can view a variety of avifauna.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
63 Reviews
Botanical Garden
While in Dallas, take some time to explore the 66 sunny acres near White Rock Lake showcasing seasonal flowers and other flora. Outdoor activities and concerts are often on the arboretum’s calendar. High tea is served in beautiful surrounds throughout the year.
Sixth Floor Museum
64 Reviews
The Sixth Floor Museum, located in the heart of Dallas, was built to commemorate the assassination of former US President Kennedy. The reason why it is called "the sixth floor" is because the three bullets of the killer Lee Harvey Oswald were shot from the sixth floor of the building that used to be the textbook warehouse. The bullets hit Kennedy's back and ended his short and legendary life.
Zero Gravity Thrill Park
15 Reviews
Extreme Sport
Located in Dallas, Texas, the Zero Gravity Experience is a very interesting experience. There are a variety of zero-gravity experience activities, such as a rapid lift at 70 mph, a 16-story free fall, and a thrilling zero-gravity sensation, it is an unprecedented simulation to enjoy with friends and family.

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Sightseeing Tour of Dallas
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JFK Assassination Tour with Lee Harvey Oswald Rooming House
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Half-Day Guided Best of Fort Worth Historical Tour
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I recommended White Rock Lake Park, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center.
Here are the best places to visit in Dallas, including: Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas Zoo, Dallas Arts District, White Rock Lake Park, Sixth Floor Museum.
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