Dallas is a huge city that’s brimming with friendly Texans, heaps of activities for travellers and some pretty cool historical sites. 

Let’s start with the kiddos. They’ll go nuts for the thrill rides at Six Flags Over Texas and the massive water park at Hurricane Harbor. Everyone, from the littlies to the grandparents, will love the Dallas World Aquarium and Geppetto’s Marionette Theater. If you’re sans kids, check out the Dallas Opera, any of the museums, the gritty party scene in Deep Ellum, and the swanky pubs and restaurants in the Uptown area.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Dallas

How big is Dallas?

True to Texas form, Dallas is, well, massive! It spans 621 square kilometres and boasts a population of over 1.3 million people. That's a lot of cowboy boots.

What is Pioneer Plaza?

Pioneer Plaza is a large public park in downtown Dallas. It's right next to the convention centre, so plenty of bored business folks step away from the herd to visit the park and ogle the bronze statue recreation of a cattle drive.

Where is the Dallas JFK Memorial?

The Dallas JFK memorial is located at 646 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202. The memorial sits in the West End Historic District of downtown Dallas, and is located just one block east of Dealey Plaza, where former U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in 1963.