The Ultimate Guide To Dallas
The Reunion Tower is a tall observation tower, around 560 ft tall, in Dallas, and is an iconic landmark of the city. There’s an observation deck, offering some breathtaking views of the Dallas skyline. I recommend purchasing a multi-attraction discounted pass from CityPASS.
Address: 300 Reunion Blvd E, Dallas, TX 75207, Entrance Fee: $14 – $23 adults (day/night)
It was built in the year1888, making it one of the oldest zoos in the entire US. The zoo is enormous, featuring several animals from all over the planet. The zoo is organized in several sections, such as Giants of the Savanna, the Otter Outpost, the excellent Wildlife Amphitheater with its displays of birds in flight, and my favorite the Wilds of Africa Adventure Safari monorail.
Address: 650 S. R. L. Thornton Freeway, Dallas, TX 75203, Entrance Fee: Adults (age 12-64) $17.00; Youth (age 3-11) $14.00; Seniors (age 65 up) $14.00; Children (age 2 and under) Free
Dallas World Aquarium
The Dallas World Aquarium, located in Dallas’s historic downtown, is a fun place for kids and old alike. The aquarium features several exhibits, talks, animal feeding encounters, and has some excellent dining options as well.
Address: 1801 N. Griffin Street, Dallas, Texas, Entrance Fee: Adult $22.95, Child $16.95 (3 thru 12), Child: Free (under 2)
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