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6333 E Mockingbird Ln
Dallas, TX 75206
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Things To Do in Dallas, TX

Dallas Zoo Dallas Zoo

The Dallas Zoo is the perfect place to explore over 400 species and 1,800 animals and have the chance to learn about the Giants of the Savanna, regale in the elephants, tigers, and bears of the ZooNorth, and even discover the Wilds of Africa. The zoo offers a variety of experiences, including Keeper Chats and animal encounters, that will make your visit extra special. You can also check out the giraffe feeding platform, where you can get up close with these gentle giants. Additionally, the interactive aviary is home to nearly two dozen species of birds from around the globe. Head to the Wild Encounters Stage, where you can get up close with fascinating reptiles, free-flighted birds, porcupines, and much more. And for a truly unforgettable experience, grab a seat in the amphitheater for the Wonders of the Wild presentation. The expert zoologists will introduce you to amazing animals from around the world, like precocious penguins and high-flying birds of prey.

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Old City Park Old City Park

Return to the Civil War era by visiting Old City Park, where you can experience what life was like for ordinary Texans over 100 years ago. Visit the fully restored, Antebellum-style Millermore Mansion and the finest collection of 19th-century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in Texas. These buildings were moved from North Central Texas to provide a recreational space where visitors can connect with the past, inspire the future, and celebrate Dallas' rich diversity. The Park is used to educate and celebrate the history, support local artists, provide recreational activities, and serve as a venue for events for adults and families year-round.

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Mary Kay Museum Mary Kay Museum

Visit the Mary Kay Museum, the fascinating place that honors the life and legacy of Mary Kay Ash, one of America's most successful businesswomen. You can tour the lobby and the office Mary Kay uses, located on the 13th floor. Interestingly, 13 was Mary Kay's lucky number; she founded the company on Friday, the 13th. The museum is an excellent opportunity to learn about Mary Kay's innovative business ideas and accomplishments. You can even catch a motivational speech by Mary Kay Ash in the theater. The Keepers of the Dream Independent National Sales Director Hall of Honor is also a must-see, as it pays tribute to the top achievers in the independent sales force who continue to spread Mary Kay's dream around the globe.

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