Dallas, unlike most exciting cities, is not located on the coast. But this doesn’t mean it’s not a place you’ll love to visit. Indeed, it is packed with sights and sounds that will impress you. There is a lot of fun things to do apart from playing football and riding horses. From amusement parks, entertaining events, museums, to green spaces, there is a lot to savor. Gary Lheureux gives us some of the most enjoyable places to be and what to do in various places. Whether you have a full month or just a few days to see what Dallas can present, here is a bucket list you can use for the best experience.
If you are a lover of nature, then Warren park is a great place to visit. Most visitors are impressed by the urban oasis in the park. Even better, you get access to free wifi where you’ll browse the web and do your work without anyone bothering you. Dallas also has plenty of festivals you can join. If you decide to visit on the weekend, Gary L’Heureux says the close suburbs have made it possible for event organizers to create events every weekend with different themes. Just a random few hours of driving will land you at a party somewhere where you can eat and drink.
It doesn’t stop there. It will not count that you visited Dallas without stopping at the iconic Pocket Sandwich Theater. Here you’ll enjoy musicals, melodramas, comedies, and any other thing you would get in an established theater. The Dallas museum is another intriguing stop. You will access the thousands of cultures of this place spanning 5,000 years back. If you are a hands-on person, visit the Perot Museum for sports, exhibitions, archeology, and more.