Book Cheap Flights to Dallas, United States
Dallas features a humid subtropical climate. Weather-wise, the best time to visit Dallas is during spring and autumn, i.e. March-April and September-October, when the temperature is ideal for exploration. Moreover, there is 'North Texas Irish Festival' happening in March, 'The Deep Ellum Art Festival' in April, and ‘Bishop Arts Saturday Market’ and ‘Greek Food Festival of Dallas’ in September. If a tourist is visiting during these months, the reservations must be done in prior.
Dallas is served by Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. It is a primary international airport operated by DFW Airport Board. It is a hub for American Airlines, Ameriflight, and UPS Airlines. The airport offers flights to a plethora of destinations around the globe such as Mexico City, Atlanta, Washington, San Salvador, London, Sydney, Cancun, and more.
Places of Interest in Dallas
A city in the US state of Texas, Dallas is famous for its contributions to popular culture- especially the Cowboys and their cheerleaders. Today, the city is famous for its modern, postmodern, and Gothic Revival architecture. Art buffs can visit art institutions such as the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Centre, and the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Dallas is also home to a number of parks offering opportunities for outdoor activities such as tennis, cycling, and golf.
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Located at historic Dealy Plaza in the former Texas School Book Depository building, Sixth Floor Museum examines times, life, death, and legacy of former US president John F. Kennedy. It is believed that Lee Harvey Oswald, the presumed murderer of Kennedy, fired the fatal shots to Kennedy from this sixth floor. The impressive collection of this museum includes around 40,000 photographs, artefacts, interviews, award-winning videos, and interpretive displays.
Dallas Museum of Art
Opened in 1903, Dallas Museum of Art features a collection of over 24,000 works from the Americas and around the world. The assortment here includes everything from ancient artefacts to contemporary art. The major highlights of the museum are its assortment of ancient Mediterranean art from Greek, Roman, and Egyptian times, a collection of over 50,000 art-related items in its library, European art including works by Claude Monet, and works of modern artists including Jackson Pollock.
Dallas World Aquarium
Located in proximity to the historic downtown core of Dallas, Dallas World Aquarium is an educational and fun excursion for visitors. The aquarium is full of around 87,000 gallons of saltwater and boasts an immense range of marine life including bonnet head sharks, jellyfish, stingrays, giant groupers, sea turtles, and rare leafy seadragons.