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The Weather in Dallas
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 98° However, temperatures can go lower than 37° in Dallas in January. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is July.
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With a lot of green space, Dallas offers outdoor enthusiasts plenty of opportunities for swimming, cycling, golf, tennis and more. If you're an architecture buff, visit Dallas for its modern, postmodern, and Gothic Revival architecture.
When it comes to vacation rentals in Dallas, you can choose between hip lofts, spacious condos, lake houses, apartments, and traditional duplexes. If you are traveling with your entire family, there are five-bedroom homes on offer, ensuring you are all staying under a single roof and can enjoy quality time together.
Where to eat in Dallas
Right outside The Woodlands Mall, you'll find the Tex-Mex restaurant Mi Cocina. It's renowned for its margaritas, especially the Mambo Taxi, which is a delicious blend of their traditional frozen margarita and home-made sangria.
The classic Mile-High Pie at Norma’s Café is the perfect dish for all dessert lovers. This diner-style pie is topped with “mile-high” meringue, which is the reason why locals and travelers come back for seconds. Choose between a slice of chocolate peanut butter, lemon, or chocolate pie.
Festivals in Dallas
Taking place across four days in September of each year, GrapeFest is the Southwest’s largest wine festival. This festival features wine tastings, carnival rides, live entertainment, and an exciting "Grape Stomp".
Started in 1896, Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is a 23-day annual event. Some highlights are the world-class livestock shows, cowboy cuisine, and daily live music.
Important sights in Dallas
Sixth Floor Museum
It was from the sixth floor of this former Texas School Bank Depository that Lee Harvey Oswald fired the shots that killed John F. Kennedy. Today, Sixth Floor Museum is home to various exhibits, including some of Kennedy’s presidential campaign material, photos, and other artifacts.
Dallas World Aquarium
Dallas World Aquarium is renowned for its variety of sea life including stingrays, bonnet head sharks, sea turtles, jellyfish, and leafy sea dragons. Check out the Orinoco Rainforest exhibit to see Orinoco crocodiles, toucans, poison dart frogs, and tree sloths.
Klyde Warren Park
Klyde Warren Park connects downtown and the Dallas Arts District with the uptown neighborhood. This 5.2 acre public park was first opened in 2012 and hosts regular events including 'Imagination Playground', 'Yoga with Yogis' and 'Food Trucks Friday'.
The construction of Reunion Tower was completed in 1978, and it remains one of the most iconic buildings in Dallas. Lit beautifully by night, the tower is made of five concrete cylindrical poles that support the sphere on top. It's also home to a 360 degree revolving restaurant.
Nasher Sculpture Center
Located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, Nasher Sculpture Center hosts outstanding collections of contemporary sculptures. It was opened in 2003, and since then has showcased private collections as well as excellent temporary displays.
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