Guide to Fair Park

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Fair Park primarily refers to a major Dallas landmark that is home to nine museums, and the largest Ferris wheel in the U.S. Many buildings that were built for a 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition remain beautiful examples of Art Deco style. The 277-acre park space was declared a National landmark.

The tranquil Leonhardt Lagoon, the Music Hall, the Margo Jones Theater, and the African American Museum of Dallas are all located here. The Museum of Science includes a planetarium and IMAX theater. The Cotton Bowl Stadium, once home to the Dallas Cowboys, hosts concerts, soccer tournaments and other events throughout the year.

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Amusement Parks

Summer Adventures At Fair Park

4101 S Fitzhugh, Dallas, TX 75210


Dallas Fire Fighters Museum

3801 Parry Ave, Dallas, TX 75226


The Amsterdam Bar

831 Exposition Ave., Dallas, TX 75226


The Record Lounge

835-877 Exposition Ave, Dallas, TX 75226

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African American Museum

3536 Grand Ave, Dallas, TX 75210


The Meridian Room

3611 Parry Ave, Dallas, TX 75226

4pm until 2am Monday to Saturday. Noon until 2am Sunday. Happy Hour all day Monday, 4pm until 7pm Tuesday through Friday. Half Price food on Wednesdays. Brunch from 12pm-3pm on Sundays!

Parks & Open Spaces

Fair Park

1200 S. 2nd Ave., Dallas, TX 75210


The Amsterdam Bar

831 831 Exposition Ave, Dallas, TX 75226
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