September 16, 2021
If you are traveling to Dallas here are 8 things you need to do while you're in town.
Picnic at Klyde Warren Park
Right in the heart of Downtown Dallas is Klyde Warren Park! It’s a beautiful park to check out the downtown views, grab a really yummy lunch from the food trucks, and hit up the nearby museums. Especially perfect for a picnic if you want to go that route!
Walk & Shop around Bishop Arts District
Like I mentioned before, Bishop Arts is my FAVORITE neighborhood in Dallas! You can find a little street to park on and spend hours checking out the millions of cute boutique shops down the streets. My personal favorite is All Good Things, so definitely make sure you check that one out! This is my best recommendation of where to take your mom/aunt/grandma especially!
Explore the Sixth Floor Museum
Actually not a museum person at all, but I do think the Sixth Floor Museum is unique and incredibly interesting! Tells the story of the JFK shooting in Dallas and about his entire presidency. It’s the perfect thing to bring your History Buff Dad to or hit up on a rainy cold day in Dallas.
Walk the Dallas Museum of Art
First, this museum is FREE which makes it all the better. It’s a gorgeous museum with plenty of fun exhibits (make sure to check out what they have going on) and plenty of free exhibits! I love hanging out here with my art geeks (my mother) and it’s another perfect activity for a rainy cold day in town!
The city is filled with such fun and excitement. I loved the JKF memorial in Downtown Dallas. Driving in our Luxury car from Executive Class Rentals was perfect. – Sue J
Take a Trip to Fort Worth
Honestly, the cool part about Dallas is really Fort Worth if you ask me. You should walk through the Fort Worth Stock Yards and attend a Cattle Drive to really round out your Texas experience. If you’re here on a weekend, then hitting up the Rodeo is a must. Make sure you end your night dancing the night away at Billy Bobs!
Award winning travel blogger and luxury lifestyle critic, SR. Field Journalist AP – Bob Jennings.