The busy Texan metropolitan boasts of a huge number of attractions scattered all over the city of Dallas. The city, never down with lack of energy, always has more to offer to its visitors, making it one of the top tourist destinations in Texas. With zoos, parks, recreational venues and theaters, there is more to this city than what meets the eye. Actually it is difficult for anyone to explore whole of Dallas tours. Whatever piece of this extravaganza people catch, they surely love it.
The whole of Dallas including the Fort Worth area has so much to offer that it promises complete family enjoyment. People who spend great time here with the loved ones remember their Dallas tours for a lifetime. Some of the great attractions of this area are:
1. Sixth floor museum, Dealey Plaza
The sixth floor museum is a memorial museum made for the President John F. Kennedy after he was assassinated. The museum offers a glimpse of the past to people who wish to witness it. As the name implies, the museum is on the sixth floor of a warehouse. You can still catch the radio voices and snippets of the voice of the witnesses. The museum was opened on the President's day,1989. The museum forms an integral part of almost all Dallas tours.
For an entry ticket adults will pay $13.50 while senior citizens and youths get in for $12.50
2. Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
Many guidebooks speak out about the beauty of this garden. The botanical garden showcases few of the most beautiful collection of flowers like tulips. Gardens made in an European style are the essence of the place. You might even catch some concerts going on while enjoying the aroma and the ambience. Spending evenings will be an amazing experience for you. Standard tea set costs about $38 .Champagne tea sets are also available for $40 if you wish to push your enjoyment a little further.
Entry ticket: adults $10, children: free entry, opening hours: 9am to 5pm
3. Museum of American Railroad
The museum boasts of impressive collection of historical passenger trains. People are often surprised to see the development in the technology and design of trains. No matter what you see, you will surely love to be a witness to the history of trains in the United States. Major attractions are the World War 2 artifacts and old steam locomotives.
Guided tours: Wednesday to Sundays from 10am to 5pm, entry fees: adults- $5 and students -$2.5
4. Dallas Holocaust Memorial Center The museum promises to give you an insight of the tragic incident of the past and often calls for survivors to share their experience about their survival. The museum was created to preserve the memories of the holocaust. The museum testifies the past in its very unique way. With so much on display, you will really be transported into that world so that you can witness what actually happened. Huge collection of artifacts, oral collections, photographs speak out loudly about the history as it was and how things happened. The museum is indeed an important Dallas Tourist Attractions.
Opened all week long, the museum can be entered by adults for $6, whereas children get in for $4.