Top Things To Do In Dallas

Save 46% on admission to the top 4 Dallas attractions with CityPASS.

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If you’re ready to turn up the heat during your adventures to Dallas, you won’t have any shortage of exciting attractions to check out. From enthralling museums that turn back the hands of time to vibrantly colored gardens and magnificent views of the city's skyline, you’re going to need a long weekend to check out all of these things to do in Dallas. We wish you luck!

Perot Museum

Located in Victory Park near the heart of Downtown Dallas, The Perot Museum is said to be a "world of wonder" by The Dallas Morning News. There is no better place to spend your day than meandering around the Perot.

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Reunion Tower GeO-Deck

Interested in seeing Dallas from above? Elevate yourself hundreds of feet in the air to experience the unique 360-degree perspective that landed the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck on Dallas Morning News "Top 10 Jaunts of 2013."

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Dallas Zoo

Founded in 1888 and the first zoo in the southwest, the park has come a long way from just two deer and two mountain lions. Today, it is home to more than 2,000 animals and is one of the largest zoos in Texas.

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Sixth Floor Museum

Located at Dealey Plaza in what was formally known as the Texas School Book Depository, the Sixth Floor Museum features films, photographs and artifacts that chronicle President John F. Kennedy's legacy and assassination.

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GWB Presidential Library & Museum

Located on the campus of Southern Methodist University in the University City section of Dallas, the George W. Bush President Library & Museum is a resource dedicated to the life and career of our former President George W. Bush.

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Klyde Warren Park

5.2 acres of fresh Texas air, Klyde Warren park opened its doors in 2012 and unlike many of Dallas’ other urban parks, is operated by Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation and has hours from 6:00am to 11:00pm.

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White Rock Lake Park

Sticking with the outdoors theme, White Rock Lake Park offers visitors and locals alike an escape from the city. Located approximately 5 miles northeast of downtown, the park let's you take a break from the hustle and bustle of Dallas to experience nature in its finest form.

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American Airlines Center

If you’re looking for a real, state-of-the-art experience brimming with excitement, make your way to American Airlines Center. The cutting edge space is as flexible as its athletes, taking shape as the Mavericks home basketball court, a concert hall, or an in-your-face Dallas Stars hockey game.

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AT&T Stadium

Round up your Cowboy gear and see the famous NFL team make touchdowns at AT&T Stadium. It’s climate-controlled so you don’t have to worry about getting too excited and working up a sweat, and its versatile seating arrangements suit any type of fan—from the hollering sitter to the standing screamer.

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Pioneer Plaza

A re-creation of Texas history, Pioneer Plaza is a great destination for any visitor and a relaxing getaway for locals. Lavish plants and trees, a cool stream, and a soothing waterfall surround the large cattle sculptures, making Pioneer Plaza a great Dallas destination.

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Dealey Plaza

On November 22nd, 1963, American viewers around the nation were silenced as they watched a tragedy unfold on their television sets—the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It was in Dealey Plaza that this unforgettable event occurred.

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Galleria Dallas

Out of the many one-word descriptions you could stick on Dallas, dull would not be one of them! At Galleria Dallas, a mega-mall filled with entertainment and shopping galore, there are always more than a few options.

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Thanks-Giving Square

Whether it’s turkey time-of-year or not, giving thanks and showing gratitude for the good things in life is something that should be celebrated on a daily basis. Thanks-Giving Square, comprised of a garden, chapel, and a museum.

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Katy Trail

Outside of Dallas’ flashy and vibrant interiors is a lovely and lively path known as Katy Trail. A public park that stretches for three and a half miles, Katy Trail is a buzzing area with great shade and great beauty.

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To visit the best attractions in Dallas, use Dallas CityPASS and save significantly off combined admission. Plus, CityPASS holders avoid some ticket and entry lines, which means less time waiting and more time doing. The Dallas CityPASS includes prepaid admission to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Reunion Tower GeO-Deck, The Six Floor Museum, and either the Dallas Zoo or the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum. Some special exhibits are not included with CityPASS and may require an extra fee.

CityPASS can be purchased online or at any of our participating Dallas attractions. Use Dallas CityPASS and discover these top places to visit and things to do in Dallas.

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