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  • Adventure Landing

    Adventure Landing

    17717 Coit Road Dallas, TX 75252
    972-248-4653

    http://www.adventurelanding.com Adventure Landing is a leader in the regional theme park industry. The company owns, operates, and manages Adventure Landing parks in Florida (3), North Carolina (3), Texas (1), and New York (3). A privately held corporation, Adventure Landing maintains corporate offices in Jacksonville Beach, FL. Our Flagship Park, Adventure Landing and Shipwreck Island Water Park in Jacksonville Beach, is the largest Family Entertainment Center in northeast Florida. Offering individual & family fun for all ages, Adventure Landing can accommodate private and semi-private group events hosting thousands of guests. Adventure Landing, Dallas, features: Adventure Speedway Go-Karts Adventure Golf - three 18-hole miniature golf courses Laser Tag in our Themed Arena A monster Video and Redemption Gaming Arcade A Teddy Bear Factory Bumper Boats On-site food services Snack Bars More >>

  • Alley Cats Bowl

    Alley Cats Bowl

    2008 W. Pleasant Ridge Road Arlington, TX 76015-4513
    817-784-2695

    http://www.alleycatsbowl.com

  • Amazing Jake's Food & Fun

    831 N. Central Expressway Plano, TX 75075
    972-509-5253

    http://www.amazingjakes.com A buffet and arcade combo is a haven for children and their parents. The lunch buffet must have something to do with it. For seven dollars, customers get to dig into the all-you-can-eat spread of pizza, pasta, soups, salads, desserts, the works -- plus receive half an hour of video-game time in 95,000 square feet of grub and games. However, the buffet rises above the quality of similar kid-entertainment-oriented establishments. Included among the salads are Thai beef and a Caprese. The pizza is also playful, with options like the steak fajita, Thai chicken and peanut and the apple pie pizza for dessert. If you're daring enough, fill up on the buffet before getting knocked around in the bumper cars, zapped in laser tag or tailgated at go-karts. More >>

  • Bahama Beach Waterpark

    Bahama Beach Waterpark

    1895 Campfire Circle Dallas, TX 75232
    214-671-0820

    http://www.bahamabeachdallas.com/index.shtml Bahama Beach Waterpark is the perfect place to cool off this summer. Bahama Beach offers the best family waterpark value in the metroplex. Conveniently located only ten minutes south of downtown Dallas, you can get away from it all without ever leaving town. We have everything from 45 foot tall slides for the big kids and adults who are young at heart, to an interactive water playground with a 1000 gallon dumping bucket for the little ones. And for those who want to kick back and relax, grab a tube, wade into one of two zero depth entry beaches, and take a float down the lazy river. Plenty of shade, reservable private cabanas, and food & beverages to satisfy all of your summertime cravings tops it all off. So bring the whole family and make a day of it at Bahama Beach Waterpark! More >>

  • Belo Mansion

    Belo Mansion

    2101 Ross Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-220-0239

    http://www.belomansion.com/ An elegant, beautifully restored mansion from the late 19th century A sun-dappled atrium connecting this historic building to an intimate junior ballroom with a private, hedge screened patio An art-filled walkway through a sleek, modern foyer fronted by a grand, circular drive entrance An exquisite, contemporary ballroom divisible by four surrounded by floor- to-ceiling windows A generously proportioned terrace overlooking the heart of the Dallas Arts District On-site parking, four star service, and sumptuous, restaurant quality catering These unique qualities can be found in only one special place: The Belo Mansion & Pavilion More >>

  • The Boneyard Haunted House

    The Boneyard Haunted House

    2921 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011
    817-451-2663

    http://www.theboneyard.org

  • Caldwell Zoo

    Caldwell Zoo

    2203 Martin Luther King Blvd. Tyler, TX 75702
    903-593-0121

    http://www.caldwellzoo.org Caldwell Zoo is a natural for family fun! Located in Tyler, Texas, Caldwell Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals including zebras, giraffes, cheetahs, alligators, black bears, squirrel monkeys, flamingos, anteaters, black-footed penguins, parakeets and rosy-cheeked cockatiels. Come explore the African Savanna, North American and South American habitats and learn about all their inhabitants. There’s also the African Aquarium, the North America Herpetarium with snakes and frogs, and the Wild Bird Walkabout. More >>

  • Celebration Station

    Celebration Station

    4040 Town Crossing Blvd. Mesquite, TX 75150
    972-279-7888

    http://www.celebrationstation.com The glory days of miniature golf may be in the past, but putt-putt is still alive and kicking at this Mesquite amusement center. (Pro tip: The red course is the more challenging and fun of the two options.) There are also laser tag, go-karts, bumper boats -- you know, like bumper cars but with more water? -- arcade games, batting cages and a rock-climbing wall. The teenage staffers have mastered the art of looking bored and uninterested, which really contributes to the Adventureland-ish vibe. More >>

  • Centennial Hall

    1001 Washington St. Dallas, TX 75210

  • Center Line Aviation Tours

    4545 Eddie Rickenbacker St Addison, TX 75001-5303
    972-490-7676

    Romantic airplane tours of the Dallas area. Sweets and champagne glasses provided. More >>

  • Chaos Haunted House

    800 W. Kennedale Parkway Kennedale, TX 76060
    817-819-6773

    http://www.chaoshauntedhouse.com

  • Choctaw Casino Resort

    Choctaw Casino Resort

    4216 S. Highway 69/75 Durant, OK 74701
    800-788-2464

  • Circle R Ranch

    5901 Cross Timbers Road Flower Mound, TX 75022
    817-430-1561

    http://www.circlerranch.org

  • The Colonnade

    15305 Dallas Parkway Addison, TX 75001-4637
    972-386-1500

    http://www.thecolonnadeaddison.com

  • Connemara Conservancy

    Alma Drive at Hedgcoxe Road Allen, TX 75013
    214-351-0990

    The museum of Texas landscape and 72-acre nature preserve is perfect for hiking and picnicking. More >>

  • Cotton Bowl

    Cotton Bowl

    1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd. Dallas, TX 75210
    214-670-8400

  • Craig Ranch

    101 E. Davis Street McKinney, TX 75069
    972-529-1371

    http://www.craigranchtx.com

  • The Crypt Haunted House

    611 N 4th Dallas, TX 75407
    214-215-4618

    txthecrypt.com

  • The Crypt Haunted House

    611 N 4th Dallas, TX 75407
    214-215-4618

    http://txthecrypt.com

  • Cutting Edge Haunted House

    Cutting Edge Haunted House

    1701 E. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-348-8444

    http://www.cuttingedgehauntedhouse.com

  • Dallas Aquarium

    Dallas Aquarium

    1462 First Ave. Dallas, TX 75210
    469-554-7340

    http://www.dallaszoo.com 5,000 aquatic animals, including salt-water and fresh-water fish, reptiles and amphibians. More >>

  • Dallas Cowboys Stadium

    Dallas Cowboys Stadium

    1 Legends Way Arlington, TX 76011
    817-892-4000

    http://stadium.dallascowboys.com Depending on your feelings toward America’s team (you know, the Cowboys?), this behemoth of a football stadium is either a marvel of modern engineering or a gross representation of American excess. Affectionately nicknamed the “Death Star” by some, Jerry Jones’ grand dome cost more than $1 billion to construct and boasts one of the world’s largest high-definition TV screens. Lest you think it uncultured, the stadium also features original works commissioned from 18 different artists. Oh, and a Victoria’s Secret PINK store, just in case you feel the need to pick up a souvenir thong emblazoned with the team logo. More >>

  • Dallas Heritage Village

    Dallas Heritage Village

    1515 S. Harwood St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-5141

    http://www.dallasheritagevillage.org A plethora of Victorian-style houses, pioneer homes and other old tyme-y buildings were brought in from neighboring cities and reassembled here to create a sort of interactive museum-slash-city park that’s a popular field-trip destination for the grade-school set. You can putter around in the old general store, watch a blacksmith hammering away, explore a 19th-century hotel and even pet the friendly donkeys at a small farm, all in the name of showing kids what life was like before Angry Birds came along. Plenty of shady trees make it an ideal picnicking spot. More >>

  • Dallas Parks and Recreation

    1500 Marilla St., Room 6F N. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-670-4100

  • Dallas ScareGrounds

    2001 Irving Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207-6609
    214-346-2111

    http://www.dallasscaregrounds.com

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