3-Day Dallas Fun Trip

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They've worked hard all year, celebrate and take your students on a trip they won't soon forget! This 3-day Dallas excursion will highlight some of the most fun things the city has to offer, from popular amusement parks to iconic eateries and landmark hotspots!

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Amazing Jake’s Food and Fun - If you’ve been to Amazing Jake’s before then you already know that this place is, well, amazing! This is a center ‘for kids of all ages’ to enjoy a variety of family-friendly experiences such as bowling, laser tag, and arcade games, the perfect spot for large groups of students traveling! The spacious Jake’s recreation center in Dallas comes with go-karts, mini golf, and a climbing wall, all located in the convenient location at Collins Creek Mall. The entertainment hotspot is open 10 am to 10 pm daily, groups typically spending about 2-3 hours exploring the entire 95,000 square feet of food and fun within. Once inside Amazing Jake’s Food and Fun you will probably first smell the amazing aroma of Italian foods wafting from the ‘Best Buffet in Town’, the eatery inside providing delicious all you can eat pizza, pasta, soups, salads, and sweets. There will be something for everybody inside, even for the pickiest of eaters or allergens!

GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower - Welcome to the most popular landmark in Dallas, Reunion Tower. This iconic observation deck features regular light shows, breathtaking 360-degree city views, two different onsite restaurants, and even a gift shop. This is both an entertainment and education stop, teaching you much about this tower and community while keeping you highly interested the entire time. Groups typically spend about two hours here, between enjoying the views, learning new information, and relaxing in the onsite cafes. Once inside you will take an elevator up 470 feet to the observation decks, the site giving you the absolute best panoramic views of the city, high definition zoom cameras, interactive touchscreens, telescopes, and even outdoor viewing opportunities. You will be able to see miles in any direction here, day or night. It will be very easy to see why both locals and tourists consider this spot to be a Dallas Must-See!

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House of Blues - If you want to experience the sights, sounds, and soul of Dallas, you’ll have to make a stop at the House of Blues. The House of Blues, Dallas, is a popular rock and blues-themed chain with celebrated southern cuisines such as fresh jambalaya and po boys. You will find regular concerts and constant delicious dishes here on North Lamar Street in Dallas, this particular House of Blues always pumping with live music and lively guests. Find out exactly how this nationally recognized music brand has ‘educated and celebrated the history of southern culture and African American artistic contributions to music and art’ since the very beginning during your visit. The food will definitely not disappoint during your visit, either, the House of Blues serving up an amazing mix of American and International dishes regularly. St. Louis style ribs, shrimp and grits, or sweet southern deserts, they are all really delicious!!

Dallas World Aquarium - Not only is the Dallas World Aquarium completely devoted to the conservation and preservation of tropical and marine animals but they are dedicated to bringing everyday visitors the most advanced scientific information and interactive exhibits so you feel that you are truly experiencing the most of South America's wildlife. Opened in 1992, utilizing historic warehouses in downtown Dallas, the aquarium gathered and repurposed buildings to create the magnificent collection of exhibits that it is today. The DWA can be described as more than just an aquarium as it regularly houses mammals, birds, and other non-amphibious creatures. The major exhibits, of which there are five, all focus around the massive eight-story Mundo Maya exhibit. This incredible gallery is home to plants and animals featured in Mayan folklore plus a 400,000-gallon walk-through exhibit filled with hypnotic and sometimes dangerous creatures!

Shenaniganz - Welcome to Shenaniganz, a super entertainment center located in Rockwell, Texas, just about 30 minutes away from downtown Dallas. This fun spot will be worth the drive to end your day, Shenaniganz boasting the title of ‘experts at handling busloads of kids and teens with crazy levels of energy’, meaning both the students and the chaperones will get a fun break from the days travel routine! Shenaniganz is the place where you can ‘have fun with your food’, a half restaurant, half entertainment complex. Enjoy bowling, mini golfing, go-karting, or playing laser tag while here, that is, after you enjoy a delicious dinner from Rozie’s Grill, of course. Rozie’s will provide your group with all the best in pub foods, from extra cheesy pizza and spicy wings to gourmet sandwiches and salads. There will be something for your whole group to enjoy here, plus you can get special ‘Food + Fun’ combos, allowing you to save on your meal and game card!

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Six Flags over Texas - Your favorite amusement park franchise is bringing all the fun of thrilling roller coasters, delicious park food, and exciting rides of Superhero proportions to Arlington at Six Flags Over Texas! Scream your way through a park full of phenomenal rides, scary drops, and twists, and all the best attractions you could hope for in an amusement park. Over 212 amazing acres of fun, you can find everything from scream-tastic roller coasters to family-friendly carnival rides and more, just outside of Dallas. Six Flags is known for their incredible thrill rides, especially those themed after DC Comics characters like Justice League: Battle for Metropolis or Superman: Tower of Power. And it's not just roller coasters that are thrilling here! Take a trip up to the top with the Texas Skyscreamer, a terrifying open-air spinning swing that lifts you above the park to a height of 124 feet before you go, you won’t regret it after you see the views!