Whether you are traveling to Dallas or live here, it wouldn’t be hard to find kid-friendly spots where you could take your little love-dumplings and enjoy a great day. Here are some of our best options for kid-friendly locations that you would love to visit again and again.
Dallas World Aquarium
What better way to amuse and educate your children than to take them to the Dallas World Aquarium? The most beautiful space in the city to enjoy, the aquarium is nothing short of a fantastic adventure for the kids that will tell them about saltwater and freshwater ecosystems. But why just the aquatic animals? You can even see monkeys, crocodiles, and toucans of the rainforests, find rivers with manatees, freshwater fish, and turtles.
In the saltwater section, you will find seadragons and crabs too. The 22,000-gallon tunnel housing the marine and freshwater life is a perfect place for your kids to have a day full of fun. Don’t forget to visit the South African lagoon with penguins and the Mundo Maya exhibit that is home to the “tree of life.”
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
The White Rock Lake, which is a majestic spot in its own right, is where the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden can introduce you and your kids to the wild. The 66 acres of gardens in this area comes with a brand new eight-acre Children’s Adventure Garden as well where your kids can enjoy over 150 awesome activities ranging from science labs to crafts. If you have a weekend to spare, don’t forget to engage in the Family Overnight Experience where you can take part in a night hike at the Exploration Center and enjoy spending some quality time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Six Flags over Texas
Coasters are awesome, and you should definitely let your kids enjoy the child-friendly coasters available at this place. If your kids are adventurous and fun-loving, they would love to be here. There are several thrill rides- include New Texas Giant, Mr. Freeze, Batman and The Joker that they will love. There are family rides like Roaring Rapids, Chaparral Antique Cars and the Six Flags Speedway Go Karts as well. Kids’ rides include Looney Tunes Adventure Camp, Caddo Lake Barge and Bugs Bunny Boomtown amongst others.
The AT&T Stadium, AA Center and Globe Life Park
If you are in Dallas and you are not cheering for your home team, you are definitely missing something. The stadium has 80,000 seats, a retractable ceiling and several high-definition displays that you would certainly enjoy watching. If you are a baseball fan, watch the Rangers playing at the Globe Life Park. The historic stadium can house 50,000 people at a time and even allows kids to run the basses every Sunday following the afternoon game.
For the Mavericks fan, there is the American Airlines Center where Champ the mascot comes and amuse the kids while adults sit on the edge of their seats watching the game. Everybody loves the jumbotron here which is very family friendly.
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