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For those who have recently hired Dallas movers and are eager to explore their new city, the Dallas-Fort Worth area is brimming with cultural opportunities. Whether you're looking for a great day trip with the family or looking for a unique date idea, there are countless museums, concert halls and other attractions that are sure to be a rewarding experience. Consider the following ideas when you're looking for a great way to spend an afternoon with loved ones.
Dallas Museum Of Natural History
One of the premier research-driven public natural history museums in the country, the Dallas Museum of Natural History currently holds more than 280,000 specimens and receives hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, reported The rock and mineral specimen collection is one of the largest in the world, and the dinosaur exhibit is one that shouldn't be missed!
Dallas Symphony Orchestra For those looking for a night enjoying the arts, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs year-round at the beautiful Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, reported Under the steady hand of renowned composer Jaap van Zweden, the orchestra hosts a variety of productions from many noted composers.
Dallas Arts District If you can't seem to decide on a place to go, why not head down to the Dallas Arts District and check it out for yourself? The area is home to many museums, performance halls, restaurants and other attractions that are bound to pique your interest. One way to get the full scope of the area is to take the 90-minute architecture walking tour. Led by an experienced tour guide, you can learn the history of many of the oldest buildings in Dallas' most famous neighborhoods, all while getting some fantastic ideas about where to head on your next night out!

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