1. Dallas World Aquarium As one of the region's most dynamic and diverse aquariums, the Dallas World Aquarium is packed to the brim with an astounding saltwater tank that contains an amazing 80,000 gallons of water. From stingrays, to sharks, to hundreds of reef fish, the aquarium also features unique environments like the rainforest, a water tunnel and a penguin exhibit.
2. Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park With adolescents or teens, Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park flips the script on the usual theme park and instead offers five extreme rides for only the most daring. Including bungee jumping, the hang gliding Skycoaster, the Texas Blastoff that sends visitors shooting 150 feet in the air, the Nothin' But Net 100-foot freefall and the Skyscraper windmill ride are must-see attractions for anyone in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
3. Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens If you're looking for something for the entire family, enjoying a beautiful day in the 66 acres of pristine woods and floral arrangements at the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens can be a delightful experience, reports TripAdvisor.com. With spectacular views of the surrounding landscape and many interesting exhibits, this locale has a bit of something for everyone.