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OVERVIEW With 20 vibrant and diverse neighborhoods including the nations largest contiguous arts district and notable CityPASS attractions, there is a Dallas destination to suit every style. From the classics like Reunion Tower and Perot Museum of . .
Country: United States
City: Dallas
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: City Pass
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OVERVIEW

With 20 vibrant and diverse neighborhoods including the nationĀ“s largest contiguous arts district and notable CityPASS attractions, there is a Dallas destination to suit every style.

From the classics like Reunion Tower and Perot Museum of Nature and Science to new experiences in most-see spots like Trinity Groves and the Design District there are endless ways to fill a trip to Dallas. Through Dallas, you'll find plenty of ways to fill a one, two, or even three-day trip to Dallas with performances, restaurants, and adventures. Check out the nationĀ“s largest urban arts district, world-class shopping and accommodations mouth-watering cuisine from countless restaurants, and eateries, beautiful green spaces, outdoor trails, and live entertainment in our district neighborhoods each with its own compelling vibe.

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Includes Admission to 4 ATTRACTIONS

Visit Each Attraction Below:

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Reunion Tower GeO-Deck

Choice 2 attractions below:

Dallas Zoo

George W. Bush Presidential Museum

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum.

American Airlines Center

American Airlines Center is the premier sports and entertainment venue. Located on 12 - acres, north of the historic West End, it is the most technologically advanced sports arena in the country. It is the home of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team and the Dallas Stars hockey team.

The Ann & Gabriel Barbier Mueller: The Samurai Collection

The Ann & Gabriel Barbier Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection has been selectively amassed by Ann and Gabriel Barbier - Mueller and their children over the past 25 years centuries of craftsmanship are represented in the collection, with objects dating from the seventh to nineteenth centuries. Samurai masterpieces including suits of armor helmets, masks, horse armor, and weaponry are on display in the museum. The collection is accompanied by a traveling exhibition consisting of 140 objects that have been seen by over 1.3 million visitors worldwide since 2011.

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