“School of Rock” the musical comes to the Music Hall at Fair Park. Based on the iconic movie, though it may not have Jack Black, it is still the destination for fun mixed with a little nostalgia.
Let your inner Picasso out at the Texas Discovery Gardens’ Crafty Mondays.
Enjoy the theater while you eat at the Old Mill Inn with the murder mystery dinner “Arrested Devilment.”
Meet small multiple-legged and hairy friends at the Texas Discovery Gardens.
Learn about Texas history in the First World War. The Hall of State’s exhibit shows Texans’ from all backgrounds and races fighting for their country.
Go see the Texas Discovery Gardens’ exhibit on research and development of mutated fungi called “Nomadic Fungi: Germination to Propagation.”
Watch as the staff at Texas Discovery Gardens release newly birthed butterflies into their tropical butterfly house daily.
If you enjoyed the Phantom of the Opera, you’ll fall for Love Never Dies. Enjoy Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest hit at the Music Hall this fall.
Take your toddler to the daily Toddler Talks at Texas Discovery Gardens.
Go back in time in Hall of State’s exhibit “The Time of MLK” and learn about what Dallas was like during the Civil Rights movement. The exhibit features two speeches Dr. King gave in Dallas at Fair Park and Southern Methodist University.