This was really like travelling back in time to one of the most significant dates in American History. The exhibits consisted mostly of placards to read after listening to the audio tour and a scaled model of Dealey Plaza. It might be difficult to keep the attention of little children as there were few interactive exhibits. Notwithstanding, it still is a place to see just from the shear significance that the area will always hold.
This was really like travelling back in time to one of the most significant dates in American History. The exhibits consisted mostly of placards to read after listening to the audio tour and a scaled model of Dealey Plaza. It might be difficult to keep the attention of little children as there…
211 N Record StDallas, TX 75202
From Business: Founded in 1984, the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust, and to teaching the moral and ethical response to prejudice, hatred and indifference for the benefit of all humanity. The Museum has been recognized for its compelling and creative program…
6911 Lemmon AveDallas, TX 75209
From Business: The Frontiers of Flight Museum is an aviation museum located on Lemmon Avenue at the southeast side of Dallas Love Field Airport. The Museum houses over 30 aircraft including early Biplanes, historically important military and general aviation aircraft, the World War II exhibit, the extensive history of Southwest Airlines …
The Old Red Museum is a great place to learn about the history and cultural aspects of Dallas County. There are four main galleries with fabulous films that serve as an introduction to the galleries which then tell you about everything from the dinosaurs that once roamed the county to the lates…
2201 N Field StDallas, TX 75201
From Business: Stimulate curiosity in the revolutionary Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Five floors house 11 permanent exhibit halls containing state-of-the-art video and 3D computer animation with thrilling, life-like simulations where visitors can exercise their brains through hands-on activities, interactive kiosks and educational…
2630 Commerce StDallas, TX 75226
From Business: This small museum, devoted to preserving the 8 track format, displays thousands of tapes. The museum, in the Deep Ellum arts district, also has obscure formats like 4 track tapes and reel to reels.
1400 S Lamar StDallas, TX 75215
From Business: The Dallas Police Department Museum will identify, acquire, preserve, exhibit and securely house artifacts relating to the history of the Dallas Police Department Visitors will learn about crime scene investigation through the use of hands on interactive stations and a crime scene diorama.
3801 Parry AveDallas, TX 75226
From Business: Completed in 1972, prior to the opening of the State Fair of Texas, the City declared the Museum a City of Dallas Historic Landmark. The Museum opened in May 1972. Museum average visitors is 3,500 per year with half of them is childrens
11. Meadows Museum
5900 Bishop LnDallas, TX 75244
From Business: The Meadows Museum's permanent collection of Spanish art is one of the largest and most comprehensive in the world, containing works from the 10th through the 21st centuries by such masters as Dalí, Velázquez, Goya, Miró and Picasso. Its holdings also include a significant collection of 20th-century sculpture, much of it o…
2501 N Harwood StDallas, TX 75201
I have been here several times, both as an adult and a child, and every single time, I feel honored to be within such a piece of history, and just when I think it isn't possible, I always end up learning something new! I highly recommend this to history buffs and/or people who are in town and looking for something fun to do with the kids!
The museum has really good exhibits and experimental discoveries
The museum is full of info you probably saw in documentaries or read in the myriad of conspiracy theory books designed to seperate you from your money. I was surprised to see where Zapruder was standing in relation to the grassy knoll. It is more for the curiosity seekers and history buffs. It does address all the theories. overall, a good visit and worth it... but only once.