Attractions and Amusement Parks in Dallas

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  • Dallas Heritage Village

    1515 S. Harwood St. Oak Cliff/South Dallas


    A plethora of Victorian-style houses, pioneer homes and other old tyme-y buildings were brought in from neighboring cities and reassembled here to create a sort of interactive museum-slash-city park that’s a popular field-trip destination for the grade-school set. You can putter around in the old general store, watch a blacksmith hammering away, explore a 19th-century hotel and even pet the friendly donkeys at a small farm, all in the name of showing kids what life was like before Angry Birds came along. Plenty of shady trees make it an ideal picnicking spot.
    16 articles
  • Grapevine Vintage Railroad

    709 S. Main St. Grapevine


    2 articles
  • Nickelrama

    1238 Belt Line Rd. Garland & Vicinity


    2 articles
  • WinStar Casino

    777 Casino Ave., Thackerville Oklahoma


    The glitz, glam and debauchery of Vegas may be a plane ride -- or an incredibly long road trip -- away, but the slot machines of WinStar are a mere 80-minute drive from downtown Dallas (45 if you already happen to be in Denton). The world’s second-largest casino, it is truly a sight to behold (don’t miss the ginormous glittering dragon suspended over one of the gaming tables). Besides acres of games ranging from penny slots to high-stakes poker, there’s also an attached 12-story hotel with an award-winning spa, and an event center that has hosted everyone from Lil Wayne to Tony Bennett.
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  • Adventure Landing

    17717 Coit Rd. Richardson & Vicinity


    Adventure Landing is a leader in the regional theme park industry. The company owns, operates, and manages Adventure Landing parks in Florida (3), North Carolina (3), Texas (1), and New York (3). A privately held corporation, Adventure Landing maintains corporate offices in Jacksonville Beach, FL. Our Flagship Park, Adventure Landing and Shipwreck Island Water Park in Jacksonville Beach, is the largest Family Entertainment Center in northeast Florida. Offering individual & family fun for all ages, Adventure Landing can accommodate private and semi-private group events hosting thousands of guests. Adventure Landing, Dallas, features: Adventure Speedway Go-Karts Adventure Golf - three 18-hole miniature golf courses Laser Tag in our Themed Arena A monster Video and Redemption Gaming Arcade A Teddy Bear Factory Bumper Boats On-site food services Snack Bars
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  • Annice Antiques

    206 N. Main St. Duncanville/DeSoto


    Annice Antiques specializes in couture and obscure items from around the world. We also curate an art show featuring a new local artist on the second Saturday of each month. Our two sister stores are: House of Style (1940s-1970s vintage clothing, furniture, and home goods) Cool Junk (modern items from storage unit purchases, all $5 or less!)
  • AT&T Global Headquarters

    208 S. Akard St Downtown/Deep Ellum


    1 event
  • Backyard Wildlife Resource Center

    406 W Belt Line Rd Cedar Hill


    Get up-close with nature in our free interactive zoo! Learn about local and exotic animals while you feed and hold them!
  • Belo Mansion

    2101 Ross Ave. Downtown/Deep Ellum


    An elegant, beautifully restored mansion from the late 19th century A sun-dappled atrium connecting this historic building to an intimate junior ballroom with a private, hedge screened patio An art-filled walkway through a sleek, modern foyer fronted by a grand, circular drive entrance An exquisite, contemporary ballroom divisible by four surrounded by floor- to-ceiling windows A generously proportioned terrace overlooking the heart of the Dallas Arts District On-site parking, four star service, and sumptuous, restaurant quality catering These unique qualities can be found in only one special place: The Belo Mansion & Pavilion
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  • Blase Family Farm

    1232 E. Fork Dr., Rockwall Southeast Suburbs

  • Cavanaugh Flight Museum

    4572 Claire Chennault St. Addison


    The Cavanaugh Flight Museum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization devoted to promoting aviation studies and to perpetuating America's aviation heritage; the museum fulfills its mission by restoring, operating, maintaining and displaying historically-significant, vintage aircraft, and by collecting materials related to the history of aviation.
  • Celebration Station

    4040 Town Crossing Blvd. Mesquite/Balch Springs


    The glory days of miniature golf may be in the past, but putt-putt is still alive and kicking at this Mesquite amusement center. (Pro tip: The red course is the more challenging and fun of the two options.) There are also laser tag, go-karts, bumper boats -- you know, like bumper cars but with more water? -- arcade games, batting cages and a rock-climbing wall. The teenage staffers have mastered the art of looking bored and uninterested, which really contributes to the Adventureland-ish vibe.
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  • Center for Animal Research and Education (CARE)

    245 County Road 3422, Bridgeport North Texas


    The Center for Animal Research and Education is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to education, research, rescue, and long-term care for exotic animals. Located on 20 acres in Bridgeport, TX. CARE currently provides a permanent home to over 40 animals including mountain lions, African lions, tigers, black and spotted leopards, bobcats, ring-tail lemurs, llamas, and a coati. The animals of CARE come from a wide variety of places. Some of the animals were abused, abandoned, or bred to be the pets of private collectors before they came to the facility. Others were retired from performance acts, acquired from zoos which encountered financial difficulty, or taken in from other sanctuaries that reached their capacity. Regardless of an animal’s origins, they are all given tremendous love and world class husbandry when they find a home at CARE.
  • Central Park

    1310 W. Avenue F Garland & Vicinity


    Since 1985, America has celebrated July as the nation’s official Park and Recreation Month. This year, it’s all about discovering the power of play with your local parks and recreation facilities. NRPA and the City of Garland are encouraging everyone to get out there to experience the power of play for themselves. Get ready to get your play on this July with the City of Garland and the National Recreation and Park Association by taking advantage of this free event! Saturday, July 29 Family Night Out Central Park, 1310 W. Avenue F Enjoy fireworks, food trucks, games, and live entertainment from Downtown Fever!
  • Choctaw Casino Resort

    4216 S. Highway 69/75, Durant Oklahoma


    5 events 3 articles
  • Cotton Bowl

    1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd. Fair Park


    1 event 16 articles
  • Creekside Manor Haunted House

    2411 Plainview, Midlothian Far South Dallas Suburbs

  • Crown Hill Memorial Park

    9700 Webb Chapel Rd. Northwest Dallas


    The mausoleum at Crown Hill is designated as a Dallas historical landmark. It was built in 1940 in the art deco style of the '20's and '30's and has been renowned for its artistic value, including its ageless materials, handcrafted details, and antique stain glass windows. The site of the cemetery was once a family dairy farm owned by C. W. Smith, who constructed the mausoleum as a memorial to his then recently deceased parents and daughter-in-law. Crown Hill's most celebrated resident is bank robber, Bonnie Parker of Bonnie & Clyde.
  • Dallas Aquarium

    1462 First Ave. Fair Park


    5,000 aquatic animals, including salt-water and fresh-water fish, reptiles and amphibians.
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  • Dallas by Chocolate

    4925 Greenville Ave. Park Cities


    Dallas by Chocolate and Dallas Bites! taste tours are focused on finding the finest desserts, chocolate creations, wines, barbeques, burgers, tacos and other gourmet foods in the Dallas area. We learn how local artisanal chocolatiers or savory food purveyors create their specialties, and the philosophies behind what they do.
  • Dallas Cowboys Stadium

    1 Legends Way Arlington


    Depending on your feelings toward America’s team (you know, the Cowboys?), this behemoth of a football stadium is either a marvel of modern engineering or a gross representation of American excess. Affectionately nicknamed the “Death Star” by some, Jerry Jones’ grand dome cost more than $1 billion to construct and boasts one of the world’s largest high-definition TV screens. Lest you think it uncultured, the stadium also features original works commissioned from 18 different artists. Oh, and a Victoria’s Secret PINK store, just in case you feel the need to pick up a souvenir thong emblazoned with the team logo.
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  • Dallas World Aquarium

    1801 N. Griffin Downtown/Deep Ellum


    Featuring an aquarium with tanks of fish divided by habitat, an outdoor penguin bay, a seven-story rainforest containing the flora and fauna of Venezuela's Orinoco River and more. The newest additions are giant river otters, called "river wolves" for their size, and the largest collection of Ocellated turkeys (named for the bluish-gray tail feathers with greenish-blue "eyespots").
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  • Dallas Zoo

    650 S. RL Thornton Freeway Oak Cliff/South Dallas


    Featuring 95 acres of natural habitats that include many rare and endangered species, an award-winning two-acre gorilla habitat, the Lacerte Family Children's Zoo and more.
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  • Dan's Haunted House

    501 E. Swisher Rd., Lake Dallas Far North Suburbs


    "LITTLE YUKI'S NIGHTMARE" at DAN'S HAUNTED HOUSE #1 Rated Japanese Themed Outdoor Haunted Attraction in the Nation Journey into dreams and night terrors of a Japanese Girl named Little Yuki. This season the Crew at Dan's Haunted House would like to take you on a slightly deranged trip through Little Yuki's Nightmare. Let's just hope they don't become yours... In Japanese Culture and Folklore, they're many horrifying tales Urban Legends of Demons, Samurai Spirits, and Mythological Ghosts that come back to Haunt and Terrorize the living. Little Yuki might have had a few too many bedtime stories go terribly awry in child sub-conscience. Or did HE...? Come see what Nightmares are tormenting Little Yuki No Clowns, No Zombies, No Chainsaws WE are Dan, We don't do that anymore! FEAR is in EVERYTHING!
  • Deep Ellum Arts Festival Grounds

    Main St. between Good-Latimer Expressway and Hall St. Downtown/Deep Ellum

    4 articles
  • Dr. Pepper StarCenter - Farmers Branch

    12700 N. Stemmons Freeway Carrollton/Farmers Branch


  • ETTS Gun Range

    620 Greathouse Rd. Waxahachie


    Music, Food, Firearms…and FUN! Shootapalooza is a one-day machine gun shoot that includes some of the most powerful and unique machine guns, as well as live music and amazing food! This event is open to the public. Attendees must be at least 16 years old with parent or legal guardian to shoot. This family friendly event is perfect for everyone that wants to see and even shoot some of the most unique and powerful machine guns ever made. This is your rare chance to step behind these amazing machine guns, and feel the raw power and force for yourself! Here’s just a sneak peek at the types of guns you’ll be able to shoot… • M134 Minigun • MP5 • Uzi • PKM • AK47 • Glock 18 • And so much more! Come out and test your own skills and have a great time with other like-minded gun and firearm enthusiasts just like yourself! Shoot the machine guns of your choice and even shoot on our 1200-yard rifle range (AKA: Sniper Shoot, Long Distance Shot)! DATE: Saturday, July 9, 2016 TIME: 10 A.M. – 3 P.M. WHERE: ETTS Shooting Range: 620 Greathouse Rd, Waxahachie, TX 75167 COST: $20 Entry. Ammunition packages start at only $30! Your cost to shoot a machine gun is only $50 total!
  • Fair Park

    1200 S. Second Ave. Fair Park


    Home of the famed State Fair of Texas, which draws 3 million fried-butter seekers each year, Fair Park covers nearly 300 acres just east of downtown Dallas. An official historic landmark, many of its art deco buildings date to the 1930s. It boasts nine museums, the biggest damn Ferris wheel you’ll likely ever see, an aquarium, a music hall that plays host to the Dallas Summer Musicals series and the Cotton Bowl. Besides the fair, it also hosts various events throughout the year like the rave-tastic Electric Daisy Carnival.
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  • Fair Park

    1300 Robert B. Cullum Fair Park


    227-acre national historic landmark includes an aquarium of Texas fish and reptiles, Museum of Natural History, Science Place, African-American Museum, Civic Garden Center, Age of Steam Railroad exhibit, Texas Discovery Gardens and the Hall of State with buildings designed in 1930s art deco style.
    47 articles
  • Farmers Market

    120 W. Main St. Grand Prairie