Things to Do in Dallas, TX

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Imagine you’re in Monte Carlo at this MVP Vodka–sponsored event, featuring dinner, casino games, and standup comedy
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Sports Teams (Amateur) 220 Faircrest Drive, Cleburne, TX 76033 MoreLess Info
Accepting kids of all skill levels, Miss Tammy's All-Star Co runs a dance and cheerleading group that teaches advanced skills such as standing backs and double fulls. Visitors can also host private birthday parties at the team's gym.
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Parks 5501 S Highway 69, Greenville, TX 75401 MoreLess Info
Located in Hunt County, the City of Greenville Texas is home to just over 25000 people. The city emphasizes a connection between tradition and home town values and a progressive and diverse future.
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Parks 1628 W Henderson Street, Cleburne, TX 76033 MoreLess Info
Featuring native plants, Winston Patrick McGregor Park is a 10-acre botanical park that is home to wildlife. The park provides a pond, walking paths, a gazebo, open grassy areas, a memorial grove and a children's area.
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Winery/Vineyard 2508 Lee Street, Greenville, TX 75401 MoreLess Info
Providing a special group opportunity, Landon Winery allows visitors to test and blend custom wines. The one of a kind wines can be given as special gifts or enjoyed on the spot.
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Specialty Museums 600 I H 30, Greenville, TX 75402 MoreLess Info
The Audie Murphy and American Cotton Museum Inc. pays tribute to military history and the history of cotton. Exhibits include tributes to World War II heroes and the world's largest inland cotton press.
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Specialty Museums 600 Interstate 30, Greenville, TX 75401 MoreLess Info
Historical artifacts surrounding Hunt County in Texas forms the basis of the collection at the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum. Yet, specific displays about the local military hero Audie Murphy and the impact of the cotton industry tend to be the biggest draw.
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The Chisholm Trail Museum gives visitors the opportunity to experience an old Texas town. The site is home to the oldest log courthouse in the state, as well as a stage station/saloon, jail doors from the town's original jail, a gunsmith shop, and a blacksmith.
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