- TripBuzz discovered 99 different types of activities for couples in the Dallas area, including Parks (like Katy Trail), Movie Theaters (like Dallas Angelika Film Center), Botanical Gardens (like Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens) and Aquariums (like Dallas World Aquarium), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 395 date ideas in or near Dallas, Texas, including 358 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Grapevine, Irving, Arlington and Richardson.
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2201 N. Field Street, Dallas, TX 75201 MoreLess Info
Opening in 2012, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, is predicated on discovery through hands-on, interactive, exhibits. The children's museum is a family favorite while exhibits exploring weather phenomena and prehistoric times are fun for all.
88% 1374 votes
500 Main Street, Dallas, TX 75202 MoreLess Info
Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark holds a place in American History that will never be forgotten. The famous site of JFK's assassination includes the area around the plaza and the Texas School Book Depository.
211 N Record Street, Dallas, TX 75202 MoreLess Info
The Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance features a core exhibit that explores a single day, April 19 1943, during the Holocaust. The Center also features an outdoor Garden of Remembrance, and the museum's library and archives.
TopGolf Dallas uses microchipped golf balls to score players on the driving range, as they try to get their balls as close as possible to the targets. Beginners and skilled golfers will both find challenges, and the destination includes a restaurant and bar.
86% 210 votes
The McKinney Avenue Transit Authority, Dallas, TX 75204 MoreLess Info
Rather than a strictly practical mode of public transportation, the McKinney Avenue Trolley is a heritage trolley system. It recreates how a real trolley system operated during the early to mid-20th century with the only changes being air conditioning and heating in the car.
82% 141 votes
1515 South Harwood, Dallas, TX 75215 MoreLess Info
The Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park serves as the largest collection of 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in the state of Texas. The buildings were moved to the 20 acre grassy site from the northern Texas region.
Fritz Park is a large community-managed park area that offers ball fields and basketball courts, picnic areas, playgrounds, and pavilion facilities available for rent. The park is also home to an 18-hole disc golf course and children's petting zoo.
A free, city-run petting farm, Fritz Park Petting Farm offers access to farm animals including chickens, deer, turkeys, sheep, horses and cows. The farm allows visitors to see eggs in an incubator and has a crayon room for children.
The Senter Park Recreation Center is a recreational facility that includes a game room, a fitness room, a swimming pool, tennis courts, and walking trails. The trails can be used for hiking, mountain biking, and running.