Housed in four vaulted galleries, this museum explores the African-American experience through exhibits and displays. Closed Mondays. The African American Museum is the only institution of its kind in the Southwest offering an impressive collection of African and African American art, featuring one of the largest folk art collections in the nation.
3536 Grand Avenue
Dallas, TX 75210
A full-service restaurant with an upscale 15 lane boutique bowling alley, in the Shops at Park Lane. Bowl & Barrel is a modern American tavern designed to delight the most discerning foodies and cocktail connoisseurs — while offering a bowling experience unparalleled in the DFW Metroplex.
8084 Park Lane, Suite 145
Dallas, TX 75231
Located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, our museum has a stunning collection with more than 22,000 pieces, spanning the third millennium BC to present day, including ancient Mediterranean art, 18th-20th century European and American art and art of the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
1717 North Harwood Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Our world-class, 106-acre Dallas Zoo is the largest in Texas and features many rare and endangered species. Don’t miss the award-winning Giants of the Savanna, the only habitat in the U.S. where elephants mingle alongside giraffes, zebra and other African species.
650 South R. L. Thornton Freeway
Dallas, TX 75203
The George W. Bush Presidential Center is a state-of-the art facility on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. It is home to the George W. Bush Library and Museum and the George W. Bush Institute.
2943 SMU Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75205
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science offers dynamic experiences to stimulate curiosity in visitors of all ages. With 180,000 square feet of space, standing 170 feet tall , the extraordinary building and outdoor space serves as a living science lesson, offering provocative illustrations of engineering, technology and conservation.
2201 N. Field Street
Dallas, TX 75202
The Sixth Floor Museum presents the social and political landscape of the early 1960s, chronicles President Kennedy’s assassination and its aftermath, and reflects upon his lasting impact on our country and world. Open 7 days a week 10 AM-6 PM Tuesday-Sunday and Noon-6 PM Monday
411 Elm Street
Dallas, TX 75202