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Fair Park Texas
1121 1st Ave
Dallas, TX 75210 Directions
Enter the hub of cultural and entertainment activities in the heart of downtown Dallas at Fair Park Texas. Originally built for the 1936 Texas World's Fair, the 227-acre park houses many of Dallas' unique and highly-specialized museums, sports facilities and educational programs.
The museums and facilities include African-American Museum, Museum of the American Railroad, Museum of Nature & Science - TI Founders IMAX Theater, The Dallas Aquarium at Fair Park, The Hall of State, Texas Discovery Gardens, and South Dallas Cultural CenterBesides museums.
LEGOLAND Discovery Center
3000 Grapevine Mills Pkwy
Grapevine, TX 76051 Directions
LEGOLAND Discovery Center is made up of a series of interactive features to immerse kids into a world where their imagination can run wild with creative inspiration at every turn. Featuring a whole host of exciting attractions from the Kingdom Quest ride to an amazing recreation of the local area’s most iconic buildings, the Center not only provides fun for LEGO fans young and old, but fantastic educational benefits too.
SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium
3000 Grapevine Mills Pkwy
Grapevine, TX 76051 Directions
Are you a Shark lover, Seahorse fanatic or a Clownfish groupie? Perhaps it’s the graceful Jellyfish or our newest family member- the Green Sea Turtle that you love the most. Maybe you simply can’t decide! Here at SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium you can make up your mind and see them all - from the curious and the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. And you’ll be able to get closer to them than ever before.
Six Flags Over Texas
2201 Road to Six Flags
Arlington, TX 76010 Directions
One of the oldest and still the biggest amusement park in the state, Six Flags Over Texas delivers just your dose of adrenaline. If you're a roller coaster junkie, you'll find plenty to ride all day. Or if family-friendly attractions are your style, check out the Looney Tunes USA section. The amusement park opened in 1961, is located in Arlington, about 15 miles west of Dallas and boasts 13 coasters and the tallest roller coaster in the state of Texas.
Six Flags Over Texas boasts a series of firsts that include: First Log Flume−El Aserradero, First Mine Train Roller Coaster−The Runaway Mine Train, First Roller Coaster with Consecutive Loops−Shock Wave, First Freefall Ride−Texas Cliffhanger (later renamed Wildcatter). The Six Flags oil derrick is the largest land-based derrick of its kind in any amusement park, or drilling site for that matter. The park hosts a series of other one-of-a-kind rides such as tallest and fastest roller coaster in Texas−Titan, Tallest Freefall Combo Tower in the World−Superman: Tower of Power, Largest Land Based Oil Derrick−Oil Derrick
The Dallas World Aquarium
1801 N Griffin St
Dallas, TX 75202 Directions
Natural wonders from the four corners of the earth cover five continents, 14 countries, 3 oceans and countless seas and rivers are found at the Dallas World Aquarium, where you'll embark on a world tour of the Earth's oceans and unique bodies of water through unique exhibits and attractions in addition to two gift shops and three restaurants.
The fun begins before you enter the Dallas World Aquarium, where the Wilds of Borneo entrance ramp is lined with plants and animals that greet visitors. Once inside, you'll delight in a bird's-eye view of the Orinoco - Secrets of the River rainforest exhibit. Birds fly freely throughout the exhibit and go about their business of building nests and bringing home food for their young. Mammals saunter about, sharing the habitat with amphibians and reptiles.
Outside, the special South Africa exhibit will transport you to the exotic land of Madagascar. Permanent exhibits include fish, jellyfish and coral from around the world. Visitors can walk through a special tunnel that runs through one of the large tanks, where sharks and manta rays swim about.
Virtual Haunted House Dallas
1202 Powhattan St
Dallas, TX 75215 Directions
Be prepared to take on hordes of the undead and to battle zombies galore. Virtual Haunted House Dallas is for brave-hearts who are ready for a truly immersive Virtual Haunted House Walkthrough and Zombie Apocalypse experience. With cutting-edge technology you will be transported into post-apocalyptic worlds to see if you can survive.
It is an amazing and totally captivating new psychological horror enterprise that employs 360-degree motion tracking, a virtual reality treadmill and headset, and a deep library of 3-D software developed to scare whatever is left in you! Calling ahead for reservations and preparing your nerves for battle are an absolute must.
11131 Malibu Dr
Dallas, TX 75229 Directions
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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