You don’t always have to look in the “what’s on” guide to find something fun to do. Dallas TX is filled with plenty of jewels that don’t get nearly as much attention as they deserve.
Dallas is a very open-minded city with plenty of unusual art exhibitions and patriotic monuments that may not appeal to everyone; however, if you’re a fan of oddball entertainment, they could fit your tastes perfectly.
Here is a list of the top 10 most quirky things to do in Dallas TX.
King Spa and Sauna
While there are plenty of relaxing hotspots in and around Dallas TX, none of them quite compare to the King Spa and Sauna. With 11 specialized rooms – including an ice room – it has a little something for everyone.
The Belmont Hotel
Dallas’ skyline is fantastic. If you truly want to take a classic postcard-esque picture, then there’s no better place than the top of the Belmont Hotel on 901 Fort Worth Avenue.
Nasher Sculpture Center
The Nasher Sculpture Center is one of the most well-known art galleries in Dallas TX; however, what most people don’t realize is that they also show old classic movies every Thursday evening.
Lee Harvey Oswald lived in a quiet area at 1026 North Beckley. Although he’s one of the most infamous assassins in the world, his residence isn’t pin-pointed with any signs or landmarks. You can still visit the area where the building was before it was demolished.
Texas Archery Club
The Texas Archery Club provides training on their range with both modern and traditional bow and arrows. Drop in classes are held every Wednesday between 6pm and 7pm.
Every Tuesday evening a group of travellers meet up at the Amsterdam Bar. This Dallas-based sub community is constantly changing and meetups are arranged on the Couch Surfing website.
Just like in 80’s movies, roller discos are still alive and kicking in Dallas TX. The White Rock Skate Rink is one of the most popular in town and only costs $5.50 during the afternoons.
Dallas TX has a selection of community gardens where you can grow your own produce, learn about gardening and conduct volunteer conservation work.
Play Oversized Jenga
For only 50 cents per game you can play you can play Jenga with huge 2 foot blocks at the Baracadia. There are four sets in total, which come with a lot of friendly competition.
If you’re looking for something to do in Dallas TX, forget about the “top 10 attractions.” If you look hard enough there are plenty more things to do in the city; and while these might be a little less conventional, they’re certainly more original.
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