Whether you’re just passing through, or looking for a fun activity to fill your weekend, there’s always something fun to do in Texas! Athens RV has put together this quick list of five fun educational, cultural, and just plain fun activities and areas you can visit in the Dallas, Fort Worth area! Come and explore some of these gems, learn something new about our country, or get your heart pumping, but whatever you do make sure you have a great time!
Six Flags over Texas
Head to Six Flags and Ride the Roller Coasters! Who doesn’t love some high speed fun? After spending hours on the road, take a day and stretch your legs at Six Flags over Texas! Featuring more than 100 fantastic rides including a great collection of thrill rides, you’ll have a chance to get your adrenaline up when you visit this exciting attraction in Dallas, Texas.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
If you’re looking for a slow paced, quiet attraction to take your mind off of road, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is a unique opportunity to see a wide range of artistic works from many schools of art, including abstract expressionism, pop art, and minimalism. Challenge your sensibilities at this unique and memorable museum in Fort Worth Texas. The Museum is closed mondays and holidays.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens is 66 acres filled with 11 beautiful gardens just minutes from the Dallas downtown area. These gorgeous botanical displays offer seasonal displays and in the spring host the southwest’s largest outdoor floral festival. Find a some quiet peace when you stroll through this tranquil attraction in Dallas, Texas.
See the Cowboys Play
While you’re in the neighborhood, why not root for the home team? Head to AT&T stadium and see the Dallas Cowboys play. Tours are available daily if you happen to be visiting in the off season.
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Have you ever seen where your money comes from? Do you want to? Come visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing visitor center in Fort Worth and see where billions are printed from the suspended walkway (sorry no samples). An interpretive center of interactive exhibits and displays trace the roots of our currency, and detail the history of currency manufacturing. Admission is free, but the center is Closed Mondays.
There’s always something fun to do in Texas! If you’re travelling through the Dallas, Fort Worth area, make sure to stop by and see one (or more) of these outstanding attractions! Whether you’re cheering on the Cowboys, screaming your head off on a rollercoaster, exploring some unique modern art, or learning about the history of money in the U.S. our state is full of awesome opportunities to play, learn and grow. Remember that if you need