Dallas Vacation Packages


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Dallas Vacation Packages


This area of North Central Texas contains around 1,200,000 inhabitants.

Austin, the state capital, is about 180 miles to the south of Dallas, while Red Oak is 18 miles to the south.

Dallas is truly unique. No trip here would be complete if you miss Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. Dallas World Aquarium and the University of Dallas are also known throughout the world.

Rediscover the joys of childhood and be transported into a world of imagination at the Angelika Film Center and Legoland Discovery Center. For more family fun, continue on to Hawaiian Falls The Colony and Sandy Lake Amusement Park.

Grab the kids and get ready for some quality time exploring the mesmerizing sea creatures at Children's Aquarium at Fair Park and SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium.

If you're intrigued by native and exotic animals, put the Dallas Zoo on your itinerary. Be sure to ask the staff about hands-on activities and where to find the zoo's favorite species.

To learn the secrets behind viniculture, make the trip to one of the area's much-loved wine producers. The Delaney Vineyards, the San Martino Winery and Vineyards and the Collin Oaks Winery are just a few great options. If you're not sure where to go, why not make a day of it and head to all three?

From striking plants to long and twisting garden pathways, the treasures of the Texas Discovery Gardens are waiting to be explored. Many travelers also like to take a leisurely stroll around the Grapevine Botanical Gardens and the Rose Gardens of Farmers Branch.

When the weather is fine, pack a picnic and find a shady corner at one of the area's pleasant green spaces, such as Nasher Sculpture Center and Arbor Hills Nature Preserve. You'll also find plenty of space to lounge about in the grass at Fair Park and Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.
Look out over the still water, do a bit of bird-watching and check for any water-based fun at Joe Pool Lake and Grapevine Lake.

Switch off your phone and have a break from the stress of the modern world at Cedar Hill State Park and Clear Lake Park. Nature lovers will also enjoy Breckinridge Park and White Rock Lake Park.

Broaden your perspectives by spending some time at one of the area's wonderfully curated exhibition spaces. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at Southfork Ranch and the Sixth Floor Museum. Another two worth considering are the Frontiers of Flight Museum and the Meadows Museum.

It doesn't matter if you're a science geek or you're just needing something to do, you'll have a great time wandering through the fascinating exhibits at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science or Founder's Plaza Observation Area.
Those interested in biodiversity and natural history should spend a few hours exploring the specimens and curiosities at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary.
Expand your understanding of art and design, and perhaps even pick up something to take back home with you at one of the many gallery and exhibition spaces. Swing by the Dallas Museum of Art and the African American Museum to see the best of what this creative enclave has to offer. If you have time afterwards, the Museum of Biblical Art and the Arlington Museum of Art are also well worth a look.

The past comes alive at the Nash Farm and the Old Red Courthouse thanks to their range of thoughtful displays. Do you like the sound of those? You'll be able to learn even more at the George W Bush Presidential Library and Museum or the Collin County History Museum.

Learn more about this area's past with a trip to the Southern Methodist University and the Texas Christian University, just a couple of the interesting historic sites here. You might also like to take a few photos at the Dallas Baptist University and the University of Texas at Arlington.

Learn about the homes of the most glamorous and influential families of times gone by at Millermore Mansion, one of the region's most impressive examples of architecture.

Whether you're a spiritual person or not, you're sure to have a nice time at MetroCenter and Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe. St. Andrew Methodist Church and Prestonwood Baptist Church are two more popular holy sites.

Once you've checked out the principle attractions in and around Dallas, make time to see some of its lesser-known gems. Two interesting places to start off with are Dallas City Hall and the Dallas Country Club. Also, contemplate a visit to the Stonebriar Country Club and Collin County Courthouse if your schedule allows.


Accommodation in Dallas


The Travelhoteltours Dallas hotels page contains no less than 78 luxurious and more affordable hotel and apartment options, so it should be easy finding somewhere suitable in this popular destination.

Discerning travelers who delight in the finer things in life will be sure to enjoy The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, at 2121 McKinney Ave, and the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, at 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd. Alternatively, the Inn of the Dove, at 1839 Fort Worth Ave, and the Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas Medical/Market Center, at 2110 Market Center Blvd, are two more budget-friendly options worth investigating.

Dallas is home to the renowned Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, and another option is to stay nearby to this famous attraction. The Hotel Crescent Court is just 0.5 miles away. Also popular is The Joule, which is around 0.6 miles away.