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Lee Park

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3400 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75219
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The circumstances of JFK’s assassination are controversial. During this guided tour, a historian helps you separate the facts, stories, and theories behind that pivotal day in 1963. Visit both the Grassy Knoll in Dealey Plaza and the John F. Kennedy Memorial during this tour that includes entrance fees and round-trip transport.
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I went to Lee Park on a weekend and it is well groomed and has nice jogging trails. This is a very Nice park right in the middle of downtown Dallas. I saw a few patriotic statues of Ben Franklin and a replica building of "The Arlington House", which was Robert E. Lee’s home in
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Dallas’ “Central Park” is operated by a Conservancy, the Turtle Creek Consurvancy, just as is Central Park in New York City, and both parks have benefited hugely. Being situated in Dallas along the western edge of “Uptown” at the intersection of Lemon Avenue and Turtle Turtle
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Over the years, I have really enjoyed spending time at Lee park. The park grounds are well kept and relaxing. The Arlington Hall Conservatory on-site is gorgeous, but serves as an overpriced event space with little, to no parking. A little known fact about this building is that
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Lee Park is a retreat from the urban hustle and bustle of Uptown and Oak Lawn. It's the perfect place to walk your dog (leash law enforced), have a picnic and enjoy the gardens. There's a wonderful waterfall and spring-fed creek flowing under a stone bridge. Pavestone paths
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I went here on Easter Sunday as my colleague had heard there was to be a "Pooch Parade". Not usually my thing, but the park itself is lovely. Some nice seating areas beside the river, whilst there are some cool statues around and enough shade to get out of the Texas sun. Nice
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