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Daytrips from Dallas

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Daytrips from Dallas
These day trips are perfect getaways for Dallas visitors or residents.
Good for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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AT&T Stadium
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AT&T Stadium

Take a tour of the home of the Dallas Cowboys (American) football team.

Fee: Yes
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Canton
Canton

Canton is the home of First Monday Trade Days, which claims to be the oldest and largest flea market in the United States. The event draws up to 500,000 people and is actually held each month on the Thursday through Sunday preceding the first Monday of the month.

Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
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Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

Formerly named The Ballpark in Arlington, Ameriquest Field is the home of the Texas Rangers.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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Austin
Austin

Every year thousands of hipsters, groupies, and die-hard fans flock to Austin for the annual South by Southwest festival, which has catapulted the Texas city up the must-visit charts for many travelers. The sandstone Capitol building is symbolic of the Lone Star State’s "bigger is better" mentality, featuring a gorgeous whispering gallery rotunda and 22 acres of grounds. Cool off with a... More

Every year thousands of hipsters, groupies, and die-hard fans flock to Austin for the annual South by Southwest festival, which has catapulted the Texas city up the must-visit charts for many travelers. The sandstone Capitol building is symbolic of the Lone Star State’s "bigger is better" mentality, featuring a gorgeous whispering gallery rotunda and 22 acres of grounds. Cool off with a dip in Barton Springs, a huge natural limestone pool that’s fed by underground sources. Less

Six Flags Over Texas
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Six Flags Over Texas

Six Flags Over Texas is a world-class theme park conveniently located between Dallas and Fort Worth in Arlington, Texas. This family-favorite destination features over 35 thrilling rides and attractions, exciting shows, concerts, and special events. The park sits on a beautiful 212 acres featuring lush landscape with over 150,000 flowers and plants. Popular attractions include: The... More

Six Flags Over Texas is a world-class theme park conveniently located between Dallas and Fort Worth in Arlington, Texas. This family-favorite destination features over 35 thrilling rides and attractions, exciting shows, concerts, and special events. The park sits on a beautiful 212 acres featuring lush landscape with over 150,000 flowers and plants. Popular attractions include: The Texas SkyScreamer, Titan, New Texas Giant, Batman: The Ride, and Superman: Tower of Power. **New for 2013: soar high above Six Flags Over Texas at the world record 402 feet on the Texas Sky Screamer; a swing carousel ride that takes riders to breath-taking heights. Less

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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