10 ways how Christian families can spend spring break in the DFW area

Spring break is one of the best times each year that families enjoy since they travel to relax from their hectic schedules. The DFW area offers various locations for families to enjoy and spend their spring break. Image: Jessica Rockowitz|Unsplash

Dallas is no exception to the rule that everything in Texas is bigger. The third-largest city in Lone Star State offers a wide variety of enjoyable family-friendly activities. Consider that the DFW (Dallas-Fort Worth) region is home to numerous art museums, aquariums, sculpture parks, and other historical attractions that families can visit.

Here are 10 ways Christian families can spend spring break in the Dallas-Fort Worth area:

Discover arts at the Amon Carter Museum

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The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, situated in Fort Worth's Cultural District, is dedicated to exploring the depth and range of American artistic production. They give visitors fresh perspectives on American art through its extensive collection, cutting-edge exhibitions, vibrant events, and groundbreaking research.

Tour the Dallas Museum of Art

Image: Dallas Museum of Art|Dallas Arts District

The DMA, which is housed in the largest arts area in the country, serves as a catalyst for local innovation by enticing audiences of all ages and demographics with a wide range of programs, including exhibitions, seminars, concerts, literary events, and dramatic productions. According to Wildcat Ranch, during spring break, there are activities inspired by works of art in the museum's collection, family-friendly tours, guest lectures, and art-making opportunities.

Go to the Dallas World Aquarium

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According to its website, DWA is devoted to spreading awareness of the value of protecting and maintaining the resources on our planet for both animals and people by engaging in educational activities and by providing examples.
Families, especially kids, will surely have fun watching various types of fish swimming around and learning about other species. 

Have fun at Dave And Buster’s

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  • 1221 S. Beltline Rd., Ste. 500, Coppell, Texas
  • Contact Details: (888) 300-1515
  • Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

Buster launched a restaurant in the late 1970s that became well-known for its delectable fare and welcoming staff. David built an outlandish entertainment and gaming spot a few doors away, drawing adults there for pleasure in an irresistible way.
They organize creative fundraising to help share the power of a wish. The goal of Dave & Buster's is to grant the desires of children with serious diseases, and there are several ways for them to support that objective.

Spend time at the Dallas Arboretum

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With a focus on family-friendly activities, the Dallas Arboretum is happy to provide the public with a variety of well-attended annual events, educational programs for kids and adults, and other exciting opportunities.
According to its website, The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden was established on the aspirations of a small group of pioneers who were passionate about protecting both history and nature. They create an inclusive, inspiring environment that motivates people from all walks of life.

See animals at the Dallas Zoo

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The oldest and largest zoo in Texas, the Dallas Zoo is 106 acres large. The first zoo in the Southwest, this city-owned, but privately-run zoo, was established in 1888 with just two deer and two mountain lions. It is now a thriving example of a fruitful public-private partnership.
The Dallas Zoo gives visitors a chance to interact with animals in the wild. By adding conservation messaging to their experience, the Dallas Zoo hopes to motivate and inspire visitors to support wildlife in Texas and throughout the world.

Visit Wildcat Ranch Texas

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Wildcat Ranch Texas makes for the ideal haven for families. Visiting the ranch is something for every member of the family to enjoy at the Amenity Center, whether you want to spend the warmer months lounging by the pool, pushing yourself to new limits in the gym, or bringing your four-legged friend to our Texas-sized dog park.

Visit Klyde Warren Park

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  • 1909 Woodall Rodgers Fwy., Suite 403
  • Contact Details: (214) 716-4500 | info@klydewarrenpark.org
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To connect Dallas' thriving Uptown neighborhood with its acclaimed Arts District and downtown commercial district, Klyde Warren Park constructed green space "out of thin air."
The Dallas Morning News shared that you can find pop-ups with the Perot Museum and Dallas Children's Theater, concerts by the Cliburn Kids, games on carts, and more.

Spring Breakaway at Stockyards Style

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The Stockyards still offer the only twice-daily cattle drive in the world, where visitors may enjoy live entertainment, lawn games, and a Wild West ambiance. Aside from that, they also offer events where families can check out some traditions from the history of Dallas. 

Visit the Perot Museum of Nature and Science

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The Perot Museum is a location where individuals and families may come together to study and where families can take a break from their regular schedules to explore the immense secrets of science. The Museum provided engaging exhibits and educational programs for audiences ranging from young children to lifelong learners by fusing collections-based natural history with man's scientific and technological advancements.
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