Dallas has so many fun filled places to offer; from the classics like Reunion Tower; Perot Museum of Nature and Science, to new experiences in must-see spots like Trinity Groves and the Design District. Throughout Dallas, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Dallas,Texas for Couple.
- Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park
This place is a collection of buildings from the 1800’s and early 1900s’ arranged like a little community. If you love history you will love this place. Situated on the grounds of Dallas’s first city park, Dallas Heritage Village is the suitable place to step back in time. While immerse yourself in the lives of Texans during the pioneer and Victorian eras. The structure are all part of Texas history and gives you the latitude to see and worldliness nineteenth century life.
As you stroll through the grounds; you’ll discover how crops were grown, how animals were cared for, how family life progressed, and how the sense of community developed for ordinary Texans over 100 years ago. The Village arranges multiple family events throughout the year and visitors can enrolled them in daily activities led by History Hosts.
- Deep Ellum
This former warehouse district is now a funky nightlife and shopping area. A cool and fast growing part of Dallas with funky shops; restaurants; entertainment and what not.
To explore this interesting place; arrive earlier in the afternoon-take a stroll, and be sure to grab a bite at Cane Rosso; this eatery fits well into the style and spirit of the neighborhood.
- American Airlines Center
American Airlines Center is a multi-purpose arena, located in the Victory Park neighborhood in downtown Dallas, Texas. The arena serves as the home to the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association, and the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League.
We recommend you to buy tickets to anything well in advance if you want a good seat. If not, you will be up in the rafters and it’s hard to see.
- Highland Park Village
The first open-air shopping center of its kind with premier retail, historical architecture and fine dining situated in Dallas. Whether the title is actually held by The Plaza in KC or HP Village, the Village is a “must-see” while in Dallas. Located at the intersection of Preston Road and Mockingbird; the Village is a great place to stroll and shop. Couture to cafe, it’s easy to while away some hours here. In the evenings the Village is especially enchanting when the twinkling white lights in the live oak trees come on.
Don’t miss a local shop favorite, St Michael’s Woman’s’ Exchange.
- Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Just few minutes from downtown on the shore of White Rock Lake; features 66 acres with 11 lush display gardens that offer seasonal color all year long. Home of Dallas Blooms Spring, the Southwest’s largest outdoor floral festival.Overlooking scenic White Rock Lake, There were so many varieties of flowers, tulips, flowering bushes, the place is so alive with color. One can spend as much time or as little strolling and enjoying the gardens. There is plenty of shade if you happen to be there on a hot day and or there is plenty of picnicking spaces full of sun if you are looking to enjoy some warmth.
(This is a guest post by Julie from Internet Vive)