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Attractions and Amusement Parks in Dallas / Fort Worth

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  • Grapevine Mills Mall
    3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway | Grapevine

    One of the most massive shopping centers in the DFW area, this bustling mall is a mighty impressive mecca of consumerism that beckons tourists from far and wide. It has a diverse mixture of... More on Grapevine Mills Mall »

  • Dallas Aquarium
    1462 First Ave. | Fair Park

    5,000 aquatic animals, including salt-water and fresh-water fish, reptiles and amphibians.

  • 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... More on Dallas World Aquarium »

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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... More on Dallas Heritage Village »

  • Kreative Kidz Partyz
    6529 W. Plano Parkway, Ste. E. | Plano

    If you have fantasies of throwing your kid an epic birthday party but lack the Pinterest-acquired skills necessary to sculpt a Cinderella-shaped cake and papier-mache tiaras, these party planning... More on Kreative Kidz Partyz »

  • Adventure Landing
    17717 Coit Road | 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).... More on Adventure Landing »

  • Main St. between Good-Latimer Expressway and Hall St. | Downtown & Deep Ellum
  • Dallas Zoo
    650 S. RL Thornton Frwy | 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.

  • Scarborough Renaissance Festival
    2511 FM 66 | Waxahachie

    In the words of Simon & Garfunkel, are you going to Scarborough Faire? If you’re into dressing up like a wench and gnawing on gigantic turkey legs, you really ought to be. This festival... More on Scarborough Renaissance Festival »

  • Thanks-Giving Square
    1627 Pacific Ave. | Downtown & Deep Ellum

    Gardens, a chapel with spiraling stained-glass ceiling, water effects and a facsimile of the original proclamation of the first National Day of Thanksgiving by Samuel Adams.

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Recent Member Reviews

  • Sharon248 wrote a review for Lizard Lounge
    on 04/17/14

    Joe Virus is the man! Love what he creates! More Reviews »

  • tkalonzo wrote a review for Odom's Bar-B-Que
    on 04/14/14

    This is a West Dallas institution. This is not yur frou-frou pecan encrusted smoked veal with balsamic mango vinaigrette BBQ. This is down home East Texas... More Reviews »

  • holmantx wrote a review for Blind Butcher
    on 04/12/14

    Hip 'n Cool however, the best part is the view to the Truck Yard. Meats are interesting and I'm a meat kinda guy. Had the Tatare. Good but not the top of... More Reviews »

Recent Critic Reviews

  • Last night the sky above Dallas was draped with thick, dark clouds and the air was cool if not cold. It didn't rain, but it looked like it might at any second. In short, the weather wasn't exactly inspiring for an evening of dinner and drinks, though you'd never know that if you visited Trinity Groves. At least two nights this week, the majority of the restaurants at the new West Dallas... More on AmberJax »

  • Neil Young Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Dallas, Texas Thursday, April 17, 2014 Don't tell Neil Young what to do. He may have grown into some grandfatherly approximation of old age, full of rambling stories and an easy, self-deprecating sense of humor. But deep down, he's the same prickly soul that he's always been. That simple truth was borne out once more last night when Young visited... More on Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center »

Recent Member Reviews

  • Sharon248 wrote a review for Lizard Lounge
    on 04/17/14

    Joe Virus is the man! Love what he creates! More Reviews »

  • tkalonzo wrote a review for Odom's Bar-B-Que
    on 04/14/14

    This is a West Dallas institution. This is not yur frou-frou pecan encrusted smoked veal with balsamic mango vinaigrette BBQ. This is down home East Texas... More Reviews »

  • holmantx wrote a review for Blind Butcher
    on 04/12/14

    Hip 'n Cool however, the best part is the view to the Truck Yard. Meats are interesting and I'm a meat kinda guy. Had the Tatare. Good but not the top of... More Reviews »

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