Some fun things to do in Dallas, Texas, include stepping back into a piece of history at the Dallas Heritage Village, touring the AT&T Stadium, and strolling through the Klyde Warren Park. Those who want to experience the local culture can spend time at the Southfork Ranch.
Sports enthusiasts can tour the AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, or have a genuine ranch experience at the Southfork Ranch, home for 13 years to the television show "Dallas.” Another fun outdoor activity is visiting the Klyde Warren Park and Pioneer Plaza. The Klyde Warren Park is 5.2 acres of green area where families can go on picnics, walk their dogs, and use pingpong tables and other on-site gaming equipment. Theater, musical and dance troupes also put on shows throughout the year. The Pioneer Plaza, though slightly smaller than the Klyde Warren Park, offers cliffs, a waterfall and a Confederate Memorial.
Tourists can also explore the history and culture of Dallas at the Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture and the Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park. The village features Dallas history dating back to the 1800s with pioneer-era houses and stately Victorian homes. The museum has exhibits featuring different aspects of Dallas such as the origin of the Slurpee and Liquid Paper.