If you are a history buff, surely you know this city, Dallas. As a center of oil and cotton industries, Dallas is the third-largest city in the state of Texas.
We are not going to discuss here about how the industries are, but we will explore more about the city itself. It is the witness the assassination of American’s President J.F. Kennedy. It happened on Elm Street, downtown of this arra.
When you visit Dallas, you have Free Things To Do. The city will not make you bored even if you are a conscious budget tourist. From arts and culture till night life, or explore its history by visiting some places till outdoor activities you may find here.
D-Link Bus. It is provided for foreigners as well as local tourist to explore Dallas’s arts, culture, fun and dining. The bus will run every 15 minutes. Besides, it will take you also across downtown and historic Oak Cliff.
As an option, you can go for an art walk. You will be entertained by Dallas Art Walk like floating sculpture at the City Hall, Fountain Place and the spiral shaped tower at ThanksGiving Square.
Dallas has many entertainment districts that meet tourist needs. The districts you can visit are Arts District, Bishop Art District, Deep Ellum and many others. Arts is the best art scene that plays an important role for the city’s reputation. Situated in an area of 68 acres, the Dallas Art District has 19 block area of art heaven, museum, concert hall, churches and restaurants.
At night, you can enjoy Blues Music at House of Blues Dallas, if you are a Blues addicted. Or else, as Texas is the cowboy city, you may visit Saloon. You can order great burgers while enjoying live country music. You will find many classic bars out there.
For your kids, you can take them to the world’s only “Thrill Amusement Park”. They offer bungee jump, sky coaster, skyscraper, Texas Blastoff, and The Notin’ But Net. If you feel those are too extreme for your kids, you still have Dallas World Aquarium that display interesting marine life.
This Place is a complete memorable entertainment for your family.