Dallas, in north Texas, is a commercial and social hub in the southern United States. Dallas boasts good food, tickets to exciting sporting events, and a wide variety of family activities. From the museum on Dealey Plaza and the infamous Grassy knoll, the site of the assassination of American president JFK, to an original copy of the Declaration of Independence, Dallas if a city full of history. But Dallas isn't only known for its serious world contributions, the frozen margarita was also invented here. So don't forget to indulge in that piece of history when you're in Dallas.
Voice of Travelers to Dallas
Dallas hospitality is worldclass
It's always been my dream to go to Dallas Texas so when I got the opportunity to visit Dallas for work I was ecstatic. Even though I didn't pay for my ticket or lodgings, because it was a work trip, so I had a little extra money to spend on some tickets to shows while I was in town. The steaks were delicious, everywhere I ate, the people were friendly, and there was great beer around every corner. Tickets to a Cowboy's game were a sold out when I was there, but hanging out at the sports bar, with other fans after the game, was probably just as fun, without the cost of a ticket.The people and food were justification enough, to pay for my own ticket and visit again soon.
Our Romantic Visit to Dallas
When we got to Dallas, our connecting flight had been delayed, and it was late. Luckily, we were able to get rooms for the night in a lovely hotel connected to the Dallas airport. The next day, in better spirits, my husband and I went out and explored the Dallas Museum of Art and Dealey Plaza before spending the evening in downtown Dallas. Also, I loved the barbecue in Dallas, it's amazing. The restaurants were bustling but many had patios with these great misting sprinklers to keep patrons cool. The music was lively and the staff friendly, everywhere we went. Dallas was a fantastic couple’s getaway. We spent much of the next day in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas and ended up picking up a few pieces we had shipped home; I wouldn’t change a thing.
Family vacation turned out awesome
When my parents told me they bought the tickets, we were going to Dallas Texas for our vacation this year I was disappointed, I had hoped for tickets to someplace with a beach. When we got there my brother and I got to spend a whole day in their giant Dallas World Aquarium and the next day at the Frontiers of Flight museum, so I decided to make the best of it. My parents even took us to see the graves of Bonnie and Clyde the old American Outlaws, who were buried in Dallas. There were lots of shopping centers and my mom even got to spend a little time enjoy a little quiet time there while my dad, brother, and I got tickets to a football game. Next time, I want to go to 6 Flags over Dallas, but I guess that’ll have to wait until next year.
Dallas Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q.What is the best time of year to visit Dallas?
A.Summers in Dallas can be hot but most places you will visit are likely to be air-conditioned so that doesn't need to keep you from buying tickets. For more favorable temperatures visit in the fall or spring, though ticket prices will likely be higher. Because many people come for football, you may find that during football season tickets are more expensive and accommodations harder to find. Winter months in Dallas can be a little cold but if you are willing to throw on a jacket, planning your visit then is a good way to avoid crowds and save on tickets.
Q.When are tickets to Dallas cheapest?
A.Tickets to Dallas are at their most expensive during American football season, The Dallas Cowboys draw fans from around the world. Ticket prices to Dallas tend to be low in the hot summer months of June-August and ticket prices drop again in the colder winter months of December-February. Tickets later in the spring might be slightly more expensive but will put you in town to enjoy Dallas's spring bloom, which might be worth the added ticket costs. Tickets for flights to Dallas which connect through other American cities may sometimes be cheaper than tickets for direct international flights.
Q.What are the best things for children and families to do in Dallas?
A.If your children are very young Dallas has several large aquariums to choose from, as well as the Dallas Zoo, tickets can often be purchased for a discount in advance. Dallas is also home to several amusement parks, like 6 Flags over Dallas, which is worth the ticket price just to wear-out your kids. If your children are older you may choose to expose them to more cultural activities. There are a number of cultural museums in the Dallas. This includes the Dallas Museum of Art, where you can see an array of art, from Texas and around the world.
Flight Routes to Dallas
Dallas boasts one of the busiest international airports in the world. Dallas airport sells tickets for direct flights with tickets to and from 56 countries and 171 U.S. Airports. You can easily buy tickets to and from Frankfurt, London, Tokyo, Seoul, and Toronto. Depending on available ticket prices, because of the large number of cities connected to Dallas, you can also get tickets into other major US airports and easily secure tickets for a connecting flight to Dallas. Dallas has direct flights from New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Washington DC, among many others.