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6 Places You Have To Visit In Dallas During Your Family Reunion
Due to the pandemic, last year’s family reunion was canceled, and now you all want to plan one to remember. You want it to be fun, plus you also want to make the most of your time. You can do this by making plans to do something you all have never done before.
The hardest part is done because you already know your destination but have you all decided how you’re going to get there? One inexpensive option is to rent a charter bus for the entire family so you can relax. The bus is made for large groups, and with all of you pitching in, you’ll easily be able to save money to spend making memories in Dallas.
While in Dallas, you’ll likely want to do things together as a group. With so many options, it can be hard to choose exactly what you want to do. We’ve put together a small list of suggestions that people of all ages love!
It doesn’t matter how old you are. Everyone loves the zoo. There’s nothing quite like seeing majestic animals like lions and gorillas. Plus, this zoo has a train ride that’ll take you all around the zoo.
You can literally spend all day looking at the animals and strolling around the 106 acres. Needless to say, by the time you leave, you’re going to be ready to grab some food.
Make Sure You Can Remember The Memories
It’s important to ensure you take plenty of photos. Family reunions like this don’t happen all of the time, especially if you have a huge family.
Make sure you purchase mementos and make memories. You can make sure your family has memories too. Buying them photo frames or photo books to hold real, physical photos can ensure they remember the reunion for a long time. Viewing photos on social media is one thing, but being able to touch them and view high-quality printouts is something else entirely.
You can even buy photo books in bulk so that you’ve got enough to go around. You can also get any videos that you’ve captured professionally edited and merged into a single video so you can watch them back together in later years.
It can be hard trying to toe the line between living in the moment and ensuring you take enough photos, but good quality photos allow you to live the moment again and again.
Where to Eat
If you have never gone to a dinner show, now is the time to try one. These are themed shows where you get to watch entertainment while eating. This is much different from sitting in front of your TV and eating. There are many shows available, from medieval times where you can watch knights joust for their queen’s favor to having to solve a murder mystery.
Since the 1840’s when Dallas was founded, it’s had quite an amazing history. Most people know that past President John F. Kennedy was assassinated there but did you know that the State Fair has been held there every year since 1886? That’s a lot of years, especially when it’s only been canceled twice—both were due to wars.
Dallas World Aquarium
If you liked the zoo, you’re going to love the aquarium! You’ll find dozens of exhibits there, and it’s not just limited to fish. It’s home to all sorts of exotic birds and even a few mammals. If you want to go a bit early, you can also watch the animals being fed.
One of the most popular features of the aquarium is that it has an exhibit called the Mundo Maya. This is an eight-story tank filled with plants and animals that have had stories told about them for generations. You’ll find a mix of sea turtles, manta rays, and, of course, sharks. Needless to say, this is a site no one in your family will forget.
If you want a magical experience, head to the mall and enjoy a few hours of ice skating that won’t break you. Depending on the size of your family, you get discounts for larger groups. If you don’t enjoy skating, there is also an arcade where you can play games or enjoy an XD Ride.
The mall has a variety of places you can eat so if you stay a while you don’t have to have lunch and then come back. If you’re not all that hungry and want to grab a snack or have something sweet, you have that option too.
Trinity Forest Adventures
If you want to try something a bit daring, then take a trip to Trinity Forest. It’s located on seven acres and combines obstacle courses and ziplines for a ton of fun. It has 20 zip lines and obstacle courses with different difficulty levels, challenging enough for kids and adults alike.
As you can see, there’s more than enough entertainment to keep you busy in Dallas, no matter how extended your stay is. Remember, this is only a list of six things to do. There are hundreds more in case none of these are what you’re looking for. There are also theaters you can visit, plus there is a Six Flags just a 15-minute drive if you’re looking for a bit more excitement.