Dallas, Texas is one of the most exciting cities to visit! Whether you live here or are visiting for the time being, Dallas has so much to offer. From the city’s incredible historic sites, entertaining sports teams, cool art scene, or more, Dallas has something for everyone. LimoCity knows that Dallas has so much fun to offer! Read on for our list of 15 Best Things to Do in Dallas.

20 Best Things to Do in Dallas, Texas

1. Nasher Sculpture Center. The Nasher Sculpture Center is located in the Dallas Arts District. It contains many of the world’s finest collections of contemporary scultpures. The center in and of itself is a piece of art. Designed by Renzo Piano, as well as landscape architect Peter Walker, it is definitely a must-see in Dallas!

2. Dallas Farmers’ Market. Located downtown, the Dallas Farmers’ Market is packed with farm fresh produce, flowers, and food. The market is spread out over four sheds. Sheds 1 and 3 host local farmers selling produce, as well as produce dealers. Shed 2 hosts delicious eateries and delis selling specialty foods and food related items. Shed 4 is full of wholesale produce dealers.

3. Dallas Museum of Art. Also located in the Dallas Arts District, the Dallas Museum of Art is a must-see. It is home to more than 24,000 works of art from around the world. Stop by to see world-famous pieces from artists such as Courbet, Cezanne, Renoir, and van Gogh.

4. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. This museum is located in a building once known as the Texas School Book Depository. It is a tribute to the late President John F. Kennedy. Featuring photographs, films, and artifacts, the Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the life and death of JFK.

5. Texas Discovery Gardens. The Texas Discovery Gardens are located in historic Fair Park. This 7.5 acre botanic garden is organically maintained year round. It is home to many beautiful plants. The Texas Discovery Gardens are the first to be 100 percent organically certified in Texas. Visit the butterfly house, rose garden, and more to take in the beauty of this place.

6. Dallas by Chocolate. Nothing says fun better than a food-tasting tour, especially when it involves chocolate! This tour is led by some of Dallas’s most knowledgeable food experts. It includes the history of chocolate, how it is made, and more. The tour takes participants all over Dallas to learn more about the city, while sampling some of the best chocolate in the world!

7. Reunion Tower. Reunion Tower is one of the most recognized landmarks in Dallas. Locals refer to it as “The Ball.” This freestanding tower features three circular floors around a central glass encased shaft. It hosts incredible views of the city, especially from its observation deck. The tower’s rotating top level is home to Five Sixty – an incredible restaurant owned by award winning chef, Wolfgang Puck.

8. AT&T Stadium. Texas knows football, plain and simple. Stop by the home of the Dallas Cowboys and catch a glimpse into the magical Texas football culture. AT&T Stadium is the largest domed stadium in the country. It can hold up to 80,000 fans. This stadium houses more than football. It also has an extensive collection of art! There’s even guided tours to see the art throughout the stadium. Schedule your tour today!

9. Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. The Stockyards is a living museum that pays tribute to Fort Worth’s Wild West heyday. It has daily cattle drives, plenty of restaurant choices, a museum, and more. Travel in a stage coach or a segway. See cowboys perform tricks. Test your dancing skills, tour the district, and more!

10. Perot Museum of Science and Nature. This 180,000 square foot museum is packed with plenty of hands on exhibits for adults and kids alike. It opened its doors to the public in December of 2012, and has been inspiring learning for all who enter ever since. Stop by to check out the museums incredible permanent exhibits, as well as its special exhibitions!

11. George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Located in Dallas’s University Park, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is home to many textual, audiovisual, and electronic records from the 43rd presidency. Explore events such as 9/11, education reform, and the economic crisis. Interact with exhibits that place you in the former President’s shoes. Stop by to take in a bit of history!

12. Fort Worth Zoo. The Fort Worth Zoo opened in 1909. When it first began, it contained one lion, two bears, a coyote, a peacock, and alligator, and some rabbits. Now it is home to a plethora of animals, ranging from cheetahs to flamingos! Stop by to see the Great Barrier Reef exhibits, view majestic white tigers, and more. It is even home to the Museum of Living Art, which houses more than 5,700 birds, reptiles, and amphibians living among hand-painted murals.

13. Dallas World Aquarium. The Dallas World Aquarium is amazing. Home to fish, stingrays, eels, octopuses, penguins, sharks, flamingos, and more, it has something for everyone. Its rainforest shelters even include manatees, crocodiles, monkeys, and toucans! Stop by and spend the day here, observing some of the feeding times, seeing the incredible animals, and learning!

14. Klyde Warren Park. Klyde Warren Park features a dog park, children’s park, several restaurants, food trucks, a performance pavilion, and several weekly events. It even has free wi-fi! On more than 5 acres of land, this park is close to many of the city’s museums and art institutions. It is open daily from 6am to 11pm.

15. White Rock Lake and Park. White Rock Lake and Park is about 10 miles north of downtown Dallas. Enjoy bird-watching, fishing, biking, picnicking, sailing, paddle-boarding, kayaking, and more. This park is open each day from 6am to midnight. With more than 1,000 acres of land, and more than 9 miles of trails to enjoy, this is something everyone can agree is a good time.

If you are looking for a fun and enjoyable way to tour Dallas, Fort Worth, and the surrounding areas, let Limo City help you! Our huge fleet of vehicles is sure to offer the perfect ride for you and your loved ones to see Dallas and its incredible attractions. Reach us via phone at 1-800-844-8566, or through our website, here.