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John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial - Since 1989, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza has welcomed more than 6 million visitors from around the world - people of all ages seeking information and understanding about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

Zero Gravity Thrill Park - Want to feel the rush of a 70 mph blastoff? Think you can handle four G’s? How about a 16-story free fall? Zero Gravity Thrill Park is the only place to do it all! Zero Gravity is a one-of-a-kind thrill park. We treat friends, families and groups to an unforgettable taste of the extreme with 5 adrenaline-pumping rides.

African American Museum - The African American Museum is the only museum in the Southwestern United States devoted to the preservation and display of African American artistic, cultural and historical materials. It also has one of the largest African American folk art collections in the United States. The African American Museum incorporates a wide variety of visual art forms and historical documents that portray the African American experience in the United States, Southwest, and Dallas.

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Shakespeare in the Park - Inspired by the egalitarian nature of the New York Shakespeare Festival, Robert “Bob” Glenn started The Shakespeare Festival of Dallas in 1971 as a free summer Shakespeare Festival. Shakespeare Dallas has solidified its reputation as one of North Texas’ most valued and vital cultural treasures. It is a must see on your list of places to visit!

Taste of Dallas - Prepare your palate for a weekend of culinary delights from Dallas’ top chefs and most popular restaurants. Sample the menus of restaurants you’ve always wanted to try. Steal a secret or two from top culinary talent at cooking demonstrations. Drink in select wines and learn about the winemaking process. Satisfy your sweet tooth with some of Dallas’ most delectable desserts. Experience regional cuisine and be the first to try the next “big thing.”

Butterfly Flutterby - Migration of the Monarch butterfly from Canada to Mexico is heralded by a Grapevine parade and celebration.

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Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse - Savor the finest cuts of steaks, chops and fresh fish cooked to perfection in a relaxed, elegant atmosphere at the chef-owned Y.O. Steakhouse and discover for yourself why Jim O’Connor of the Food Network declared the Y.O. Steakhouse as, “one of the nation’s finest steakhouses.”

Magic Time Machine - Back in 1973, it was Tony the Tiger, John Wayne, Peter Pan, and ‘Elvis’ who joked with customers, and treated them to a very special dining experience with one of their favorite pop culture icons. Guests feasted on Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Hand-cut Steaks, and the Freshest Seafood available. Today, it is Captain Jack Sparrow, Ace Ventura, Woody the Sheriff, and Wonder Woman doing the serving. Not to be outdone, Indiana Jones, Dora the Explorer, Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood anxiously await your arrival.

The Old Warsaw - Recognized for its superior French Continental cuisine, The Old Warsaw has been the recipient of many important accolades over the years such as the prestigious Four Diamond Award. It has also been rated "Excellent" by the Zagat Texas Restaurant Survey.

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