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Dallas is the third-largest in the state of Texas, with approximately 1.3 million people. It is the ninth-largest city in the nation. The Dallas-Fort Worth area is home to about 7.5 million people. Dallas started as a major hub for the railroad industry.
Four interstate highways cemented the city's prominence and led to development as a strong financial and industrial center. Defense, information technology, financial services, telecommunications, and transportation are at the center of the city's economic strength.
There are lots of activities for residents and visitors to the Dallas area, including the metro Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The activities listed below focus on the Southeast Dallas area, although a few are from the larger metro area.
- Texas Discovery Gardens
- Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park
- Fair Park
- Bishop Arts district
- Dos Equis Pavillion
- Ice House Cultural Center
- Dallas Historical Society
- Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
- The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
- Perot Museum of Nature and Science
- Dallas Cattle Drive Sculptures
- Dallas World Aquarium
Texas Discovery Gardens
The Texas Discovery Gardens covers 7.5 acres featuring an organic botanic garden. There is an assortment of native and adapted plants throughout the gardens. Visit a tropical rainforest with hundreds of butterflies. The gardens are located at Fair Park, open year-round, and feature many festivals and education programs for children and adults.
Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park
The Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park is open seven days a week with admission. There are marine and freshwater fish, along with reptiles and amphibians. There are special attractions, including animal feeding, educational tours, and an Amazon Flooded forest exhibit.
Located in southern Dallas, Fair Park is home to many activities that are open year-round. The State Fair of Texas is run annually at Fair Park. There are over 277 acres of exhibits and activities at the park. With over 1200 activities such as festivals, concerts, sport, gardens, and daily exhibitions open, everyone is welcome. You can reach Fair Park from the light rail station and visit local bars and restaurants in the area. Wear comfortable shoes to spend the day at the park.
Fair Park is home to many great things to do. Residents and visitors should plan several days at the park to see many of the exhibits. There are activities for everyone at the park. The following includes a few of the exhibits and activities:
- The State Fair of Texas
- The Music Hall at Fair Park
- The Cotton Bowl Stadium
- Texas Discovery Gardens
- Hall of State
- African American Museum
- Dos Equis Pavilion
- Children’s Aquarium
- Dallas Firefighters Museum
- Many Food and Drink restaurants and bars.
SERVPRO Helps with Emergency Storm Damage Protection for Your Home in Dallas
High winds and heavy rain can quickly inundate a home with water causing damage to homes in Dallas. The wind can tear off sections of the roof or break windows, allowing water and debris into your house, potentially causing secondary damage from the high moisture levels.
SERVPRO’s fleet of over 25 vehicles and large staff in Dallas responds to emergency storm damage calls in 4 hours or less. We are well equipped to provide emergency services to Dallas area homes and businesses. Often we need to board up windows and place tarps over the roof to prevent additional damage from wind and rain.
You can rely on SERVPRO to be there on short notice and provide complete storm damage cleanup, including:
- Water Clean Up
- Water Removal Services
- Storm Damage Repairs
Call SERVPRO of Southeast Dallas County for storm cleanup in Dallas and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (972) 227-0800.