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Johnny Cash Museum

Johnny Cash Museum The Johnny Cash Museum, opened in May 2013, recently unveiled their first temporary exhibit, “The Legends of Sun Records” which will run for 18 months and features artifacts that spotlight Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and drummer W.S. Holland. This list-topping institution, recipient of the coveted…
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Greater Cleveland Aquarium

Craving some underwater adventure? Head to the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, the top aquatic spot in town where you can check out the galleries, take part in fun activities, and learn about the aquatic life through educational programs. The location also hosts special events annually. Students of all ages are sure to enjoy this entertaining and…
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Memorial Presbyterian Church

Located in beautiful, historic St. Augustine, Florida, Memorial Presbyterian Church was built, donated, and dedicated in 1890 to the daughter of Henry Morrison Flagler, Jenny Louise Benedict, who died from complications during childbirth. Not only is this a memorial church, it is also a historic church. Memorial Presbyterian Church represents Florida’s first Presbyterian congregation, established…
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Santa Barbara Missions

Starting in 1769, Catholic missionary priests traveled west and established a string of successful churches in the Alta California region, bringing the Christian faith to the west coast. Counting 21 churches in all, these structures represent a combined effort and indelible faith in the Christian religion that carried men and women thousands of miles through…
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Salt Lake City Temple

Arguably the most famous religious attraction in the United States, the Salt Lake City Temple Square, featuring the majestic white granite Temple itself, is the home church and centerpiece of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints. View the grand structure from near and afar, built in dedication to God’s eternal glory, and marvel at…
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Trinity Forest Adventure Park

More than just a zip-line park, Trinity Forest Adventure Park is a recreation attraction in the gorgeous woods and prairies of Dallas, Texas. Here you can find six self-guided adventure courses, a number of exciting obstacles, and hours of fun for the whole family! If you and your group enjoys the outdoors, exciting activities, and…
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Klyde Warren Park

Built above the recessed Woodall Rodgers Freeway, the Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2 acre urban deck park in the middle of downtown Dallas. Designed for easy recreation, this urban gathering spot brings nature and community to the busy city center. An active environment, Klyde Warren Park is constantly offering outdoor activities including yoga on…
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GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower

Standing at a staggering 470 feet in the air, Reunion Tower’s world-class observation deck, GeO-Deck, is the perfect way to see the city from a bird’s eye view. Stretch out your hand and seem to touch the horizon as you look beyond the city from a new perspective. With 360 degree views and state of…
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Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden

As part of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden strives to continuously connect children with nature, making education its focus. This eight acre park overlooks scenic White Rock Lake and is a certified Wildlife Habitat and Monarch Waystation. The only park of its kind in the world, visit Rory Meyers…
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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, located near downtown Dallas in Victory Park, opened in 2012 as a “living science lesson.” The museum strives to inspire future scientific leaders through educational yet wholly interactive exhibits with hands on activities. Explore with your children, or students, 11 permanent exhibit halls and various traveling exhibits over…
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