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When most people mention Dallas Texas you think cowboys and cattle. However Dallas is much more than that, keeping their old world charm Dallas has also become a world class city. Offering several top attractions including The Dallas World Aquarium located in the downtown area of Dallas. The Aquarium contains over 85,000 gallons of salt water and is home to several marine life from around the world. One of the top attractions at the Aquarium is the walk through tunnel containing 22,000 gallons of water. The tunnel  offers you a great panoramic view of  reef life. The Dallas Aquarium is more than fish there are other fantastic exhibits to see such as The rainforest and the South Africa area where visitors  will be entertained and educated at the same  time.

Dallas is home to a huge Art Museum housing a permanent collection of African, European and American art work along with several exhibits. The city of Dallas offers several children's attractions making it a popular destination for families. Spend your morning at the Zoo then head over to the Aquarium. If you are looking for an outdoor adventure ride your bikes or hike through White Rock Lake Park.


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While you are in the Dallas area you may enjoy a visit to some of Dallas's popular attractions:

Fair Park Womens Museum in DallasFair Park

Is a huge 300 acre complex featuring pavilions, pools and Art Deco architecture.  Fair Park is home to nine museums which include the Women's Museum, the Museum of Nature and Science which includes a planetarium and IMAX Theater and the African American Museum. The main attraction at Fair Park is the annual State Fair Of Texas which is held in late September to late October. The Fair offers a huge food court, livestock competitions, spacious midway, acres of exhibits and a talking 52-foot tall Big Tex cowboy mannequin.

Arboretum of Dallas

Arboretum of DallasIs located on thick wooded slopes above White Rock Lake a popular outdoor recreation area close to downtown. Featuring some of the nation's biggest and best floral displays. Paths along the Arboretum are shaded by magnolias and crape myrtles. In the spring the flower beds are bursting with tulips and azaleas and chrysanthemums in the fall. The Arboretum is full of photo opportunities including the myriad fountains and pools which include four sprouting toads, gazebos and water walls.


The city of Dallas offers several dining choices. Throughout most of the state of Texas, Tex-Mex and Mexican cuisine reign supreme.

Visiting the Dallas area you may enjoy these area attractions and restaurants:

Reunion Tower Dallas

Reunion Tower is located at the Hyatt Regency Hotel complex, Reunion Tower is a famous landmark of Dallas reaching 50 stories in height. Enjoy an elevator ride to the top of the Tower which features a lighted system for the huge geodesic dome. In the evening Reunion Tower displays 260 light bulbs that blink in different patterns created by computer. The Tower consists of three levels: the lower level which is the The Lookout observation area, the second level features a revolving restaurant and located on the highest level of The Dome is a revolving lounge with entertainment.

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is located on the sixth and seventh floors of the famous building dating back from the early 20th century. This warehouse known in 1963 as the Texas School Book Depository.  The Museum opened on Presidents Day in 1989, this popular Museum has welcomed more than six million visitors from around the world. The Museum draws people of all ages seeking information about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Tours at the Museum are self guided.

A popular landmark of Dallas is the famous Bank of America Tower, located in downtown Dallas  completed in 1985. This Famous Tower is the tallest building in the city measuring over 900 feet high with 72 stories. The Bank of America Tower is recognized as an important part of the Dallas Skyline which can be seen for miles at nighttime. This stunning skyscraper is illuminated and outlined with glowing green argon tubing. This massive tower features modern architecture with reflective glass .

Some dining suggestions include the Uptown, Deep Ellum and Greenville areas located in the central district of Dallas. These popular areas offer a wide variety of restaurants, bars and cafes all offering a wide range of cuisine from authentic Tex-Mex to Southern, French, Greek, Italian, Chinese, Seafood, Indian and more. 


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