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  • Centennial Hall

    1001 Washington St. Dallas, TX 75210

    http://www.dallascityhall.com/FairPark/centennial_hall.html

  • Cotton Bowl

    Cotton Bowl

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

  • 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 >>

  • Fair Park

    Fair Park

    1300 Robert B. Cullum Dallas, TX 75210
    214-426-3400

    http://www.fairpark.org 227-acre national historic landmark includes an aquarium of Texas fish and reptiles, Museum of Natural History, Science Place, African-American Museum, Civic Garden Center, Age of Steam Railroad exhibit, Texas Discovery Gardens and the Hall of State with buildings designed in 1930s art deco style. More >>

  • Fair Park

    Fair Park

    1200 S. Second Ave. Dallas, TX 75210
    214-426-3400

    http://www.fairpark.org Home of the famed State Fair of Texas, which draws 3 million fried-butter seekers each year, Fair Park covers nearly 300 acres just east of downtown Dallas. An official historic landmark, many of its art deco buildings date to the 1930s. It boasts nine museums, the biggest damn Ferris wheel you’ll likely ever see, an aquarium, a music hall that plays host to the Dallas Summer Musicals series and the Cotton Bowl. Besides the fair, it also hosts various events throughout the year like the rave-tastic Electric Daisy Carnival. More >>

  • Texas Discovery Gardens

    Texas Discovery Gardens

    3601 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Dallas, TX 75210
    214-428-7476

    http://www.texasdiscoverygardens.org The two-story conservatory with tropical plants, plus outdoor demonstration gardens of native and adapted trees and flowers, year-round exhibits on butterflies, bugs and botany in the historic Art Deco building. More >>

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