Take a trip back in time when visiting
Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park,
a living history museum portraying life in
North Texas circa 1840-1910. The
museum’s 13 acres is home to 38 historic
structures, including a working Civil War-era
farm, a traditional Jewish household,
Victorian homes, a school, a church and
commercial buildings. Dedicated to
preserving structures, artifacts and other
historical materials related to this period,
the museum provides living interpretations
of this period for the public.
A Six Flags Water Park
1800 E. Lamar Boulevard
Arlington, Texas 76107
The largest water park in North Texas and
part of the Six Flags family, Hurricane Harbor
has more than 26 slides, rides, pools and
attractions to help you beat the Texas heat.
Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Designed by the great American architect
Louis I. Kahn, the Kimbell Art Museum has
been called “America’s best small museum.”
The Kimbell’s world-class collection
includes holdings that range in period
from antiquity to the 20th century, including
works by Fra Angelico, Caravaggio,
Cézanne and Matisse. The Kimbell is one
of the only Southwest institutions with a
substantial collection of Asian arts, and
has a small but select group representing
Mesoamerican and African pieces as
well as Mediterranean antiquities.
Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak Street
Dallas, Texas 75204
Opened in 2003 to celebrate Latino
culture and designed by renowned
Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, the
Center serves as a catalyst for the
preservation, development and promotion
of Latino arts and culture in Dallas.
The Lookout Atop Reunion Tower
300 Reunion Blvd.
Dallas, Texas 75207
This landmark tower adjacent to downtown’s
Hyatt Regency Hotel features a spectacular
view from a 50-story observation deck,
including a private dining room, a revolving
cocktail lounge and Antares restaurant.
Louis Tussard’s Palace of Wax and
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
601 Palace Pkwy.
Grand Prairie, Texas 75050