2100 North Beltline Road.
Mesquite, TX 75150
Phone: (972) 329-9400
Fax: (972) 290-4700
2100 North Beltline Road., Mesquite, TX, US, 75150
- Phone: (972) 329-9400
- Fax: (972) 290-4700
Join in or watch as your kids enjoy baseball-batting cages, go-karts and bumper boats. Laser tag, miniature golf and a variety of indoor games are other options. Children seven and under can enjoy dinosaur, train and plane rides. Ask about the teen nights for your older children. Take a break from your day of family fun and go indoors to enjoy some delicious pizza or other menu offerings. Celebration Station surely lives upto it's names with this pandora's box of exciting games.
Off the shores of White Rock Lake lies the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. The 66 acres (267,093 square meters) of lush, perfectly manicured landscapes hold a treasure trove of trees, bushes, and flowers that are sure to make anyone green with envy. The DeGolyer House, a 1940s-style Spanish mansion, is also located on the grounds. Tours of the house and its sculpture garden are offered. The Jonsson Color Gardens, A Woman's Garden, and the Lay Ornamental Garden are all exquisite features of the picturesque grounds.
White Rock Lake sprawls over 1,015 acres (410.75 hectares). It boasts picturesque picnic spots and recreational areas that provide great respite from city life. Numerous waterfront trails are popular among local hikers and bikers as well as those visiting Dallas. A complete loop around the lake takes about three hours. The adventurous can indulge in an array of outdoor activities on offer like fishing, sailing and, horseback riding. Bird enthusiasts have reason to rejoice, as the area attracts beautiful, exotic species. The panorama of verdant landscapes that enclose calm waters is the very definition of tranquility.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
This 6,000 acre (2428 hectare) stretch of land features forest, wetlands, ponds, and grassland. It's considered an urban park, as it's located in the outskirts of Dallas. Here, you can hike to the Trinity River, admire the wildlife and plants, or just take a leisurely walk to get away from the city for a while.
Dallas' favorite winetasting facility, Times Ten Cellars, hosts some of the best wines from premiere regions in California. You will want to enjoy some of the close to home grown. Wines are also created from the Cellars' very own Cathedral Mountain Vineyard in Alpine, Texas, and the finest wine equipment is shipped from Italy and France. The Cellar's tasting room is a blend of modern and old world decor, where guests can sample their favorite wines. There are 7000 vines grown in the vineyard, some of which include Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Wines can be purchased by the glass or by the bottle.
Situated on Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard in Dallas, the Texas Discovery Gardens are a must-see for any visitor to Dallas. This place is one of the only gardens to be certified as 100% organic by the Organic Research Center of Texas. The garden is surrounded by greenery and numerous specimens of native plants. Visitors can drop by one of the ten themed areas which include a native wildlife pond, a scent garden, a butterfly habitat, an heirloom garden, and a shade garden.
This historic site sprawls over 227 acres (918,636 square meters) and has one of the nation's largest collections of Art Deco buildings. Built in 1936, Fair Park is registered as a National Historic Landmark. It was built by the WPA to house the Texas Centennial Exposition, celebrating Texas' independence from Mexico. It boasts an inspiring list of museums including the African American Museum, Age of Steam Railroad Museum, Museum of Nature and Science, Music Hall At Fair Park, Dallas Aquarium and Dallas Horticulture Center. You will also find concerts at the outdoor Coca Cola Starplex, college football in the Cotton Bowl, and the annual State Fair of Texas. The Visitor Center shows a 10-minute film about the park and offers walking tours by appointment.
Ask any local and you would know about Fair Park. This national historic landmark boasts of a wide number of venue space, hosting a variety of events. One such venue is the Esplanade. A huge crowd of thrilled spectators always surrounds the 1,000 ft reflecting pool of this place. Besides this spectacular attraction, this space also hosts the very famous KNON's Latin Energy Fest, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group's Fair Park Fourth and Green Apple Music Festival. An irresistible combination of fun and excitement, this place is an essential stop for people of all ages.
This 22-block area is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and the homes represent several architectural styles, including Mediterranean, Spanish, Georgian, Prairie School and English Tudor. Approximately 200 carefully preserved and restored homes line Swiss Avenue. As modern amenities became necessities, water, sewage and telephone lines were installed in alleys to preserve the authentic architecture of the area. The district includes portions of Bryan Street, La Vista Avenue, Live Oak Street, Swiss Avenue and Bryan Parkway.
Serving Dallas since 1857, this Episcopal Cathedral Church is the seat of the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. The church, along with being an important place for worship, is also a recognized historic landmark by the Texas Historical Commission. Interesting architectural and artistic features of the church include the 19th-century stained glass windows, most notably the Nativity scene, and the collection of Victorian-era paintings.
The Energy Square in Dallas is located at the corner of Greenville & University. Tucked amidst tall buildings, the square plays host to the St. Patrick's Day Parade and other local events.