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Screams Halloween Theme Park (12,088.96 mi)

in Festival, Exhibit

Screams is the world's largest Halloween Theme Park with five haunted attractions for only one admission price. Admission includes Five Haunted Attractions, Classic Horror Films and Scaryoke. Additional fee required for games, rides, food and drink, and the Trail of Terror. $30 (tax included) per person age six or more, good for admission for one night. You can purchase general admission tickets here. General Admission tickets special ONLINE ONLY price - $27

2511 FM 66
Waxahachie, Texas 75167
United States

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Scarborough Rennaissance Festival (12,088.96 mi)

in Festival, Festival

A recreated 16th Century English village in the time of Henry VIII. Scarborough covers 35 acres with 21 stages of entertainment, jousting, falconry, music, 200+ artists and craftspeople, games, rides, and food from around the world. Demonstrations of Glass Blowing, Blacksmithing, Stone Carving, Sword Making and other Renaissance Skills. Just 30 minutes south of DFW- Exit 399A off I-35 in Waxahachie.

2511 FM 66
Waxahachie, Texas 75167
United States

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City of Glen Rose (12,130.22 mi)

in Walking, Childrens, Amusement Parks, Adventure

Glen Rose is best known as the “Dinosaur Capital of Texas,” but is much more than that. Glen Rose has been a popular tourist destination since the early 1900s. In addition to the beautiful scenery, rolling hills and rivers, the area had hundreds of natural springs. Water flowed from the springs and were heavily laden with minerals and believed to have healing powers. In additional visitors will find opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, kayaking, canoeing.

201 NE Vernon
Glen Rose, Texas 76043
United States

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Cedar Hill Museum (12,102.31 mi)

in Museum

Where the past meets the present Cedar Hill, first known as the cedar brakes, was founded around 1846 by a small group of settlers from the Peters Colony. They traveled to the Dallas area of North Texas on horseback and by ox-drawn wagon following trails beaten into existence by Indians, buffalo and explorers. They came seeking a place to build their homes, to socialize, worship and conduct business.

332 Cedar St,
Cedar Hill, Texas 75104
United States

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International Museum of Cultures (12,101.45 mi)

in Museum, Haunted, Museum, Historic, Art

The International Museum of Cultures is the only cultural institution of its kind in Texas, focusing on contemporary peoples and challenges of currently existing communities in remote locations of the world. Located in Southwest Dallas County, our galleries present exhibits which include interactive videos from Africa, Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea, South America, China, Mexico, and Native America. The Museum celebrates many cultures.

411 U.S. Hwy 67
Southbound Frontage Rd.
Duncanville, Texas 75137
United States

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Dallas Zoo (12,101.58 mi)

in Zoo

Take the kids (or just yourself) to one of the most famous zoos in the nation, the Dallas Zoo. See the best in traditional zoos such as lions, tigers and bears - oh, my! There also are modern trails that feature the animals of Africa, including gorillas, chimpanzees. crocodiles, zebras, ibexes and much more. And if you like the smaller animals, there's Bug U!, a collection of Texas invertebrates.

650 S RL Thornton Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75203
United States

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The Dallas Zoo (12,101.56 mi)

in Animal

On 95 developed acres, the Dallas Zoo is the largest zoo in Texas and was the first zoo in the state. It is divided into the Wilds of Africa and Zoo North. The 25-acre Wilds of Africa features six major African habitats. Includes Monorail Safari (in season) to see animals in bush, desert, forest, woodland, river, and mountain environments. The Kimberly-Clark Chimpanzee Forest along the Nature Trail is especially popular.

650 South R.L. Thornton Fwy.
Dallas, Texas 75203
United States

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Bishop Arts District (12,103.99 mi)

in Neighborhood, Main Street, Historic, Food/Drink

The Bishop Arts District is home to over 60 independent boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, theaters and art galleries. Located in the heart of North Oak Cliff, one of Dallas' most unique neighborhoods. A historical shopping district full of great finds, good eats, and good ole Oak Cliff charm! The Bishop Arts District is made up of many independently-owned shops and eateries that maintain various hours.

W Davis St & N Oak Cliff Blvd
Dallas, Texas 75208
United States

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Gilley's Dallas (12,101.79 mi)

in Music, Concerts

“Good times make for good memories, incredible spaces make for incredible events.” Gilley’s Dallas is a large facility (90,000+ sq. ft.) with 8 unique event spaces. Four of our rooms come equipped with audio/visual production and all have spacious capacity, easy accessibility and unique atmosphere that make Gilley’s a memorable location for your next special event.

1135 S Lamar St.
Dallas, Texas 75215
United States

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Texas Discovery Gardens (12,100.08 mi)

in Educational, Conservatory

Texas Discovery Gardens' 7.5 acres offer a wonderful diversity of garden styles and botanical collections. The Gardens feature native plants and plant species from other regions of the world that are adapted to the challenging climate and soils of North Texas. Plants are also selected for their benefits in providing habitat for native wildlife, including butterflies, bugs, and birds.

3601 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Dallas, Texas 75210
United States

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