CityPASS Dallas articles
While it's hard to replicate a real-life experience at the best Dallas attractions, you can still roam the halls of top museums, take in the city skyline, learn a little history or check on your animal friends. We've rounded up the best ways to stay connected and engaged with your Dallas favorites.
At the George Bush Library and Museum, you’ll experience the thrill of peeking behind the doors of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, admire the painstakingly replicated Oval Office, and get to act distinctly presidential in the interactive Decision Points Theater.
It's a rare treat to see a Bongo, Nile Hippopotamus or Oryx outside of Africa, let alone to see all three on the same day. Fortunately, you'll get to admire these magnificent creatures and 2,000 more at the Dallas Zoo.
The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the events of that dark moment in history and prompts visitors to remember the legacy of President Kennedy and how his death changed the country in a split second.
Dallas heats up northeast Texas with its metropolitan energy and vibrant culture. The glittering city skyline, year-round good weather, and its subtle touch of southern charm make Dallas a must on the Texas travel list. But whether it’s your first time visiting or your 100th, you don’t truly see Dallas until you see it from up high—at the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck.
The Perot Museum in Dallas is a natural history and science museum throttled into overdrive. With five floors and 11 exhibits jam-packed with hands-on activities and 3D animation, this mind-blowing destination is sure to keep you spellbound for hours.