Must-See Attractions In Dallas


Must-See Attractions In Dallas

When we speak or even think of Dallas, some of the things that would hit our minds are the sports teams like Cowboys and Mavericks and also some important events. But Dallas is not just about that. The place has a lot to offer and has every element that can make people fall in love with it. There are no second thoughts on the fact that it can easily exceed your expectations in every aspect. In this article, we will see some of the must-see attractions in Dallas

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Arboretum and Botanical Garden

A better way to spend the day than surrounding yourself with greenery and vibrant flowers? We really don’t think so. The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is a 66-acre land where you can feel and live the awesomeness of nature in every aspect.  There are 19 captivating gardens which are nothing less than a celebration of the flora and fauna of various species. You can witness almost everything from the normal roses to the rarest tulip verities. There will be different flowers in different seasons and hence it a place that you can visit throughout the year.

Dallas World Aquarium

The Dallas World Aquarium is a place where you can get a close look of various aquatic creatures. Even though the attraction concentrates on aquatic life, there are also other things like tropical birds, penguins, sloths and monkeys. The massive 400,000 glass tunnel needs a very special mention. The place some of the biggest sharks for display. The rays swimming overhead is one of a kind experience that you will have. There is also a separate Orinoco rainforest section that will have rattlesnakes and more than a hundred crocodiles for display.

Fair Park

Fair Park is a place where you can keep you and especially the little ones engaged for the entire day. It is a place where you can literally have the Texan experience. The perfect time to visit the place would be from late September to late October. That is the time when the State Fair takes place. The 24-day event will have a lot of things like cotton bowl football, car shows and a lot of live events. The wide variety of delicious food served during the event is something that cannot be described in words.

Fort Worth Water Gardens

The Fort Worth Water Gardens is the result of the expertise of the architect Philip Johnson who also designed Amon Carter Museum and JFK Memorial. Just the sight of this brilliant piece of architecture eases you down. You can easily spend a few hours and be relaxed. If you ask us spending some time here at the end of a hectic day would be a perfect climax for the day.




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