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A & J Landscaping & Maintenance
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Mullen & Mullen Law Firm
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Things To Do in Dallas, TX

Fiesta LatinoamericanaFiesta Latinoamericana

Fiesta Latinoamericana is a free family cultural celebration. Dallas’ largest Latino cultural festival featuring two stages of music and dance, Children’s Discovery Center, Zona Deportiva a Parade of Nations and more.

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Brook Hollow Golf ClubBrook Hollow Golf Club

Today, the traditional style of Brook Hollow still beckons to players of every level of experience. With small greens and narrow, tree-lined fairways, Brook Hollow Golf Club has been rated as 8th Best in State golf course by Golf Digest magazine.

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The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey PlazaThe Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza seeks to inform visitors about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963 as his motorcade drove through downtown Dallas and turned the fateful curve of Dealey Plaza at midday. Located on the sixth and seventh floors of the old Texas School Book Depository, the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza opened on Presidents Day in 1989. The self-guided tours include the most famous amateur film of the entire Kennedy assassination, known as the Zapruder film; the Orville Nix film, depicting the assassination from a reverse angle, showing part of the grassy knoll in the background; photography collections by Jay Skaggs, who took photos just before and after the assassination as he followed investigators around the plaza; and artifacts from the Kennedy funeral, including funeral cards, notes by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and other items.

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Zero GravityZero Gravity

What goes up, must come down. And when you go up at Zero Gravity, expect to come down out of the sky at top speeds. With five rides named The Texas Blastoff, Nothin' But Net and The Skyscraper, you know you're in for one wild ride at this attraction. This collection of gravity-defying rides has got your name on it.  Other death-defying thrill rides include The Skycoaster sending you soaring through the air at 60 mph then lingering at 100 feet and dropping right down as your stomach follows close behind. The Texas Blastoff resembles a giant slingshot with you in it and rocketing 150 feet up in the air at 70 mph then coming back down in a twisting, topsy-turvy free fall. Nothin' But Net gives you a chance to experience dropping from a 16-story tower, then freefalling into a safety net with (gulp!) no bungee, no cords and no harness. The Skyscraper is where you'll sit down and relax in a 165-foot propeller−until takeoff, at which point you'll get whipped around until you reach Four Gs.

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