- TripBuzz found 447 things to do with kids in or near Carrollton, Texas, including 429 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dallas, Irving, Richardson and Frisco.
- From Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex to Hawk Stadium, the Carrollton area offers 94 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Recreation Centers, Parks and Rock Climbing.
- Carrollton serves as a fast-growing suburban area that is just 20 miles from downtown Dallas. In addition to the closeness to the large metropolitan center of Dallas, the city is just a few miles south of Lake Lewisville. The site is a popular getaway for those wanting to escape Dallas but still enjoy urban-style comforts.
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119 Silent Wings Blvd, Terrell Municipal Airport., Terrell, TX 75160 MoreLess Info
No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum is where over 2000 British Royal Air Force soldiers learned to operate aircraft during World War II. The museum is home to authentic military uniforms, log books, war memorabilia and extensive training school records.
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Getzendaner Memorial Park, 400 S Grand Avenue, Waxahachie, TX 75165 MoreLess Info
The 33-acre Getzendaner Memorial Park is a recreational park that features areas for picnicking, playing, and exercising. The park also serves as an entrance for the nearby trail system that can be used for running, walking, or biking.
No 1 British Flying Training School Museum Inc. celebrates the First Royal Air Force training school in the US. At the museum, visitors will find log books, training materials, and memorabilia from World War II.
Part of Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Pirates Cove Fun Zone is a great way to stay cool on a hot, Texas day. This outdoor waterpark has a pirate's island with secret passages, waterslides, and various pool games for kid friendly fun.
The history of Ellis County is on display at the Ellis County Museum. Various time periods are represented through collections of items including silk and ivory fans, ivory pitchers and more. Housed in an 1889 structure, the museum is open daily.
A family playground, the Buffalo Nickels Mini-Golf and Arcade is located in Burleson Texas. The facility offers arcade games for a nickel as well a mini-golf. A small admission is charged for the reduced arcade prices.
Waxahachie's Ellis County Courthouse is a historic building that is the result of a combination of architectural sensibilities and styles. The courthouse features sculptures of faces with unique and intriguing stories behind them.
Visitors can enjoy newly released films and stadium seating at Premiere Burleson, a 14 screen movie theater. The theater hosts birthday parties and features digital projection, D-BOX motion seating, and an arcade.