The African American Museum in Dallas was created with the purpose of preserving the visual art and history of the African American community, particularly in Dallas and the Southwest.
Dallas’ most beautiful classroom is a 66-acre botanical garden with 2,400 varieties of plants such as myrtles, azaleas, Italian jardinières, tulips, roses, and more.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra educates thousands of children each year through its concerts, visits by musicians, in-school and family friendly performances.
Founded in 1888, the Dallas Zoo is home to over 2,000 animals and various exhibits where visitors can see animals in their natural state and interact with many of them.
The history of knights, horsemanship, chivalry, and life in the 11th century are woven into live action-packed jousting, swordplay and medieval games of skill at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Dallas
Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park features interactive exhibits with freshwater and shore mammals such as alligators, eels, starfish, crabs, sharks, and more.
The Crow Collection is dedicated to the arts of Asia, with exhibiting the arts of Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Tibet, Vietnam, and contemporary artists.
The Dallas Children’s Theater presents plays and musicals adapted from classic children books and helps students, homeschool groups and families explore their creativity.
The Dallas Holocaust Museum is a remembrance of the calculated murder of 6 million European Jews and other targeted groups, as well as a center that acts to further human rights, fight prejudice and hate.