Dallas is Hot: Top 5 Indoor Attractions to Cool Down



The Frontiers of Flight Museum near Love Field. Adults like planes; kids love planes so this is a slam dunk.

It’s where you’ll find 100,000 square feet of everything aviation. You’ll see the only moon rock on display in north Texas and artifacts from the Hindenburg.

Adults get in for $8.00 and kids $5.00.


The Perot Museum of Natural History near the American Airlines Center. It houses five floors and eleven permanent exhibit halls of mind-shaping fun.

For the kids–lots of hands on activities and educational games.

Adult tickets are $15.00. Kids 2 to eleven, $10.00.

A visitor on had this to say.

“We spent about four hours at the Perot Sunday afternoon. Fairly crowded but the kids particularly had a great time.”


The newly opened George W. Bush Presidential Library near SMU. Kids will love the full-sized Oval Office while other exhibits focus on the war on terror, education reform and the financial crisis.

Adults get in for $16.00. Kids under 17 $13.00.


The Dallas World Aquarium on Griffin Street. This one is hard to beat, it’s indoors and there’s water!

Take a look at the Giant Pacific Octopus which can grow to weigh more than 100 pounds.

Be sure to check out the rest which includes everything from manatees to monkeys.

Adults pay $20.95. Kids 12 and under enter for $12.95.


Almost everyone who comes to Dallas comes here–the 6th Floor Museum on Elm Street where Lee Harvey Oswald shot President John F. Kennedy.

The museum chronicles the president’s fateful trip to Dallas and the chaotic days that followed.

Another person on trip advisor said this.

“The cellphone tour was very great. I recommend it to visitors who will be visiting Dallas, Texas.”

Hey, you live here. You know it’s hot outside so stay inside and stay cool.


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