Dallas offers visitors a unique blend of experiences. Southwestern warmth pairs with cosmopolitan flair. Old West charm meets modern sophistication. Also, education and entertainment go hand-in-hand. Thrill-seekers can conquer Six Flags Over Texas, but then cool their heels in one of many museums.
There are multiple Director's Choice performance events hosted in Dallas, as well. Check out these festivals and performance opportunities below!
The museum features films, photographs and artifacts chronicling the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. The museum, located in Dealy Plaza, occupies the sixth and seventh floors of an early 20th century warehouse formerly known as the Texas School Book Depository.
Features more than 8,900 square feet of space, including the restaurant, rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia and Rock Shop featuring limited-edition Hard Rock Cafe Dallas merchandise. Enjoy exploring walls packed with rock history as you dine.
Stunning architecture and outstanding exhibits collide at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the newest addition to Dallas’ many attractions. Located in Dallas’ Victory Park, features five floors of permanent exhibits offering students a hands-on approach to science and nature. New experiments and exhibitions pop up regularly so that every trip is different!
Did your ensemble perform their hearts out? Then, reward them with a day of thrills, chills and laughs at this 200-acre theme park, home to dozens of thrill rides, shows and musical revues.
En garde! Guests of the castle enjoy an authentic feast while cheering their knight to victory. Knights compete in games of skill, hand to hand combat and jousting.