Some free entertainment options in Dallas, Texas include taking a self-guided tour with Public ArtWalk, hiking through the Cedar Ridge Preserve, visiting the John F. Kennedy Memorial and going to see Thanks-Giving Square. The D-link is a free shuttle service that visitors can use to through downtown Dallas and Oak Cliff.
One fun and free activity for people visiting Dallas is to go on a self-guided walking art tour with Public ArtWalk. This is a 3.3-mile walk through downtown Dallas that begins at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Another free activity in Dallas is to visit the Cedar Ridge Preserve, which is a wilderness park that is a short drive from downtown. This park features 600 acres of wilderness, nine hiking trails and picnic areas.
The John F. Kennedy Memorial is another popular attraction in Dallas. This is the location of the infamous grassy knoll where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963.
Thanks-Giving Square consists of an interfaith chapel, meditation garden and museum. The most famous aspect of this complex is the spiral tower of the Chapel of Thanksgiving that features the Glory Window, which is one of the largest stained glass pieces in the world. There is also the Wall of Praise and the Bell Tower as part of this free attraction.