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The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the events leading to the assassination of President Kennedy in November 1963. It’s a moving and eerie experience to ... Read more
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Simple but profoundly moving, the open-air John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza focuses on the granite slab bearing the assassinated president’s name etched in ... Read more
The very first park to feature Six Flags' famously scary roller coaster rides was Six Flags Over Texas, which opened in 1961. Six Flags Over Texas is all ... Read more
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The famous roadhouse-style barbeque steak, brisket and ribs are only part of the story at Billy Bob’s Texas Honky Tonk, dubbed the world’s largest honky ... Read more
Fort Worth is a smaller, more user-friendly neighbor to Dallas, proud of its cow-handling roots and Western heritage. The Southwestern Stock Show and ... Read more
The 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition was hosted at Fair Park, now home to 277 acres (110 hectares) of six recreational, sports and entertainment venues, a ... Read more
The shopping HQ and flagship store of famous retailer Neiman Marcus is in downtown Dallas. Decorated with red awnings and built in 1914, the grand Beaux ... Read more
The shopping experience is upscale at NorthPark, a glamorous shopping mall of mirrors, marble and glass. All the deluxe designer brand names have outlets ... Read more
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Fort Worth is proud of its cowboy and culture mix, and the Stockyards National Historic District is where entertainment, shopping and dining have plenty of ... Read more
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