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  • drwatson32
    Shawnee, OK950 contributions
    Very cool pace to see. They could have used better organization during the entrance and paymen process. We got there right at 10 when they opened and there was already a line. This museum has a lot of information about the Kennedy family and their legacy, not just the assassination of JFK. Don't forget to walk outside afterward to see the grassy knoll in person.
    Written January 14, 2023
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  • lfergu870287
    San Miguel de Allende, Mexico2 contributions
    It was a lovely place to be away from the busy traffic and close to the river. The Christmas displays were being removed but enough of the plants were still providing colour and greenery to help us relax and enjoy all the other aspects of this wonderful place. especially the sculptures. If we ever come back to Dallas we will certainly make a point of visiting again.
    Written January 22, 2023
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  • Mr_V_Deep
    Bengaluru, India1 contribution
    You get a great view of Dallas city and a nicer one in the eve when all the lights are on. Can get pretty cold in the winters up there. The staff are polite and click a nice picture too which can view/print/email later before you go up to the top.
    Written January 8, 2023
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  • avgjoey
    Barrie, Canada534 contributions
    A great visit and much was learned about the president that one might not have realized. The special exhibition about the president and humor was great. The displays were easily followed and very informative. Prices were fair but you do have to pay for parking on the campus. All of the staff were very informative and were willing to answer any questions. Some great interactive rooms. Easily a three hour visit!
    Written January 8, 2023
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  • AmyandChad
    Martinsville213 contributions
    This was a great visit with my 3 year old grandson! Dinosaurs, robots, space and more! We really enjoyed the children’s museum on the lower level. He played in a water table, climbed in a house and so much more!
    Written January 23, 2023
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  • Mccoy B
    1 contribution
    My favorite part was taking pictures with the animals, and getting see all the animals. When I got to sit by the ocelot if was so amazing.
    Written December 29, 2022
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  • debs0uthgate
    Gloucestershire, UK31 contributions
    Some interesting and varied exhibits on two floors and well worth a visit. Its free to look around but deserves a donation.
    Close to Klyde Warren park for a bite to eat from the trucks.
    Written November 14, 2022
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  • writealready
    Redondo Beach, CA88 contributions
    Along with the Sixth-Floor Museum, the grassy knoll and all are important historical sites. Fortunately for visitors, there wasn't a lot of traffic on New Year's Day, so folks could stand out on the middle of the road where the X marks the place where JFK was killed.
    Written January 14, 2023
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  • Mike F
    2 contributions
    Beautiful park with lots of benches, free magazines, pretty big playing area for kids, lots of food trucks, amazing fountain and worth mentioning the clean washrooms.
    Written January 9, 2023
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  • Carolyn H
    8 contributions
    This was very impressive to see in person. Great pictures can be taken here. The scene is so life like its like the animals have been frozen in time
    Written November 21, 2022
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  • Lee B
    Denton, TX26 contributions
    We attend the Meyerson every December to see the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Christmas Pops show. We love attending the symphony and the experience helps to complete our Christmas Season. However, this year I would like to review our dining experience before the show. My wife and I dined with 2 other couples and found it to be a wonderful experience. The Director of Food and Beverage, Mark Hamilton, found room for us at the last minute and had our table waiting when we arrived. They had an exceptionally good variety of upscale buffet dining. My wife is highly allergic to anything dairy, not just lactose intolerant, she gets very ill if she eats any dairy products. We mentioned this to Craig James the regional vice president of Culinaire and he went back into the kitchen and had a full meal prepared specifically for her dietary needs. The staff was also very attentive as we ate. Kudos to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the food service staff before the performance.
    Written December 3, 2022
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  • debs0uthgate
    Gloucestershire, UK31 contributions
    The sun was shining for an amazing walk. Good for picnics and running too along the trail.
    Perfect at the Filter Building for a wedding!
    Written November 14, 2022
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  • Bobbi S
    Lido Beach, NY4,733 contributions
    Having been brought up with a great deal of knowledge of the Holocaust, I felt that I had a deep background of awareness of much of what is presented here, something which I did not anticipate. Nevertheless, the several-minutes long videos, the still photos, the oral testimonies, the objects (prisoner outfits, badges, real boxcars, etc.) added an a deeper layer of emotional knowledge for me. For most visitors here there is much to be learned & gained. The guides share a great deal of detailed knowledge in the hopes that people will come away understanding the reality of, the horror of millions of lives lost in the Holocaust & why it even occurred. The large room at the end of the main museum continues the story of human rights abuses, other holocausts, in countries such as China, Rwanda, Ukraine, & more. Lastly, there is a video presentation that surrounds the life & history of Ann Frank. It is all done very well & with a great deal of sensitivity & information. Give yourself adequate time to see it all (& believe that it really did happen).
    Written November 20, 2022
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  • AmyandChad
    Martinsville213 contributions
    Friendly staff and a nice zoo. Being January, it was a bit chilly, but most of the animals were out. When we need to warm up, we went to the buildings with the reptiles, etc… My grandson enjoyed watching the staff feed the penguins and getting to be up close with the animals.
    Written January 30, 2023
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  • Barbara M
    Aubrey, TX106 contributions
    Took family to this area because there were several eateries that were on Diners Drive Ins and Dives they wanted to go to. First stop Lockhart BBQ. It was awesome. We had brisket, sausage, ribs, beans and blue cheese slaw. Everything was delicious! Next stop, because we were passing by was The Bishop Exchange. It was awful. Dirty wine glasses and dust 1/2 inch thick on the wine bottles on the wall. Very busy with only 1 bartender working. It was a “dive” in the worst way. Last stop was Tacos y Vino where the tacos, wine and service were excellent! Lots of fun shops to browse and historic buildings along the way.
    Written December 26, 2022
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