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The Music Hall at Fair Park
909 1st Ave (in Fair Park)
"Amazing place to see a show or concert. Great atmosphere, great food, and extremely comfortable, reclining chairs."
Cotton Bowl Cir. (in Fair Park)
"Only been here once and it wasn't to watch a football game. If you have a dog you must check out Puppy Bowl. Once a year they open it as one large dog park."
Museum of Nature & Science
1318 S 2nd Ave (in Fair Park)
"This is a great museum for families! The iMax theater is also really nice, but my personal favorite is the hands-on exhibits upstairs."
Old Red Museum
100 S Houston St (at Main St.)
"The museum serves as a symbol of Dallas heritage. Built in 1892, the beautifully restored Old Red Courthouse contains some of Dallas County’s most fascinating historical artifacts."
Dallas Heritage Village
1515 S Harwood St (at Gano St.)
"If you need a book when lounging under a tree in the park then stop by the miniature library."
Dallas Holocaust Museum
211 N Record St Ste 100 (at Pacific Av)
"One of the best museums I have ever been to. There are no words to describe the feeling when you come in and see/read all of the things those people went through."
1200 S. 2nd Ave. (at Grand Ave.)
"Surprisingly delicious little snack, "Fried Mexican Fire Cracker" contains shredded chicken, cheese, and jalapeños in a fresh-made masa dough— nice flavor change-up from the food coated in fry batter."
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