Dallas, Texas is a great city that offers a variety of fun things to do over the weekend. Although it isn’t the capital of Texas, it has a vast array of history to explore, museums to stroll through, and entertainment options for every age. Here are four weekend things to do in Dallas.

Frontiers of Flight Museum

It’s a short ride via Love Field Airport taxi service Frisco TX to the Frontiers of Flight Museum in central Dallas. At the museum, lovers of aeronautics can explore several exhibits highlighting flight engineering, the role of airplanes in World War I and II, and the local history of Southwest Airlines.

Klyde Warren Park

Not just for children, the downtown area Klyde Warren Park is a large green space for adults, boasting rotating food trucks, a fantastic and romantic restaurant, and a variety of scheduled activities, like movie nights, music and dancing, and book and game rentals. It’s a great place for the whole family to enjoy. There is an artistic playground for kids too.

Toyota Music Factory

If you enjoy live music, then check out the schedule of entertainers at Toyota Music Factory, located about fifteen miles from downtown Dallas. It is a large live music venue that often draws very popular performers. Plus, it’s located in a area filled with restaurants and nightlife options, including a honky tonk bar and dance hall where you can learn how to two-step.

Dallas Zoo

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The Dallas Zoo is the largest zoo in Texas with an impressive amount of animals, reptiles, and birds to see as a family. You can spend a few extra dollars to feed giraffes, get up close and personal with several species, and even go behind the scenes on a motorized safari tour.

Dallas is an impressive city with many activities for the whole family or for a romantic getaway. Come see for yourself.