Dallas Zoo encompasses 106-acres of exotic and traditional zoo animals. Visitors are greeted at the entrance by one of the ... More
Dallas Zoo encompasses 106-acres of exotic and traditional zoo animals. Visitors are greeted at the entrance by one of the tallest statue in Texas - a 67.5 foot (20.5 meters) giraffe. The Wilds of Africa attraction includes the chimpanzee forest, the gorilla center and an aviary on a quarter-mile nature trail where six natural habitats are featured: forest, mountain, woodland, river, desert and brush. A 20-minute monorail ride runs the course of the attraction and costs an additional fee. The ZooNorth attraction includes a bird and reptile building, children's zoo with touchable animals, cheetah exhibit, elephants, giraffes, flamingos and other traditional animals.
Travel three blocks east of Downtown Dallas and you will find Deep Ellum. It is a conglomerate of unique shops,
eclectic restaurants and residential lofts. Previously deserted historic buildings and warehouses are now alive with people eating, working, living ...
This Dallas landmark has graced the downtown skyline since 1978. Three levels of activity top the 50 story structure, which
are encircled in a dome of lights. The triangle formations of the structural cylinders encase the elevators that carry ...
Discover a South American rainforest filled with monkeys, colorful toucans, crocodiles, manatees and otters. The aquarium portion of this popular
attraction features 85,000 gallons (321,760 liters) of saltwater containing marine life from around the world. Giant turaco, Three toed ...