Keep in mind that some local museums offer special programs, workshops and exhibits for teenagers year-round, so check in advance to see what events are coming up. For teenagers who are adrenaline junkies, nothing beats Zero Gravity. This amusement park is unique in one way: all the rides are extreme rides. This means bungee jumping, free falling and being blasted off into the air at speeds up to 60 mph.
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There's no better way to escape the Texas heat than by taking a dip in the cool waters of the Trinity River. Spend the day kayaking, canoeing and even trying your hand at stand-up paddleboarding with Backwoods Paddlesports. You just need to supply the parental supervision. Backwoods opens for the season in Spring
Dallas certainly has no shortage of family-friendly activities and attractions. But there's no need to compromise your own day out just to keep the kiddos entertained: these fun-filled outings offer something for all ages—from tots to teens and everyone in between. There's not a better place to find the most attractions in one location than Downtown Dallas, the city's as well as the state's most walkable neighborhood.
What is listed below are just the starting point: Browse through our site and calendar to find lots more, and be sure to click on Everything That's Free. Explore your world through 11 mind-blowing exhibit halls filled with magnificent prehistoric creatures, the wonders of space, and extraordinary experiences with wild weather, glistening gems, robots, sports, and more. Race a virtual T.