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Sixth Floor Museum

The spot where Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated one of the most beloved Presidents in American history has been converted into a museum honoring JFK’s memory. Such a cool concept, this is a great place to visit.
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Cowboys Stadium

The newest and most expensive stadium ever built in the US. Home to “Americas Team,” the Dallas Cowboys, this is a marvel of modern engineering and you have to see this for yourself.
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Dallas Zoo

One of the largest zoo’s in America, this is amazing to see. With so many subdivided areas containing such a large population of animals, this will entertain anyone.
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Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

The Lone Star state is home to some of the most beautiful gardens we have ever seen. Make sure to check them out for yourself.
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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

If you are a music lover, this is the perfect place to be. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra offers some of the best music that Texas has to offer.
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Dallas World Aquarium

Whether its birds or reptiles that you are interested in, this aquarium is home to both of them along with over 400 different species of fish.
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Dallas Holocaust Museum

One of the largest Holocaust museums in the world. Brush up on your history and pay tribute to those affected by the Holocaust.
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Louis Tussaud's Palace of Wax and Ripley's Believe It or Not

One of the weirdest places to say the least. Iconic celebrities made from wax into statues and the weird artifacts from the Ripley’s Museum are a sight to see.
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Rosewood Mansion

One of the most elegant homes we have ever encountered. With an oak-paneled library, ornately-carved plaster ceiling and stunning stained-glass windows to name a few features. This is an absolute gem to visit and you can stay in the Rosewood Hotel opposite the mansion.
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Visit a museum

Dallas oil money has rewarded it some great art museums. The Amon Carter museum is our personal favourite.
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