First Timer's Guide To Dallas

First Timer's Guide To Dallas

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You're in Dallas for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    Was founded in 1974 as a part of the Special Collections at Bishop College, a Historically Black Uni that closed in 1988. See accomplishments by African Americans in the past: bet.us/bhm -- BET via Foursquare
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    Several garden patios dot the space between the museum (always free, by the way) and the Trammel Crow Building, providing a scenic break for families with kids. Powered by ParentsConnect.com -- Dora via Foursquare
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    This is definitely a must-see on a trip to Dallas. Everyone knows the story, but it's very different to actually be there. See it in person, take the iPhone tour from the sixth floor museum. -- Kristine Tague via Foursquare
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    Great place to run, walk, bike, or people watch..almost mad me wish I owned a skull for the water...almost -- Garrett Klingensmith via Foursquare
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    Anyone with the ability to rationally comprehend the information provided, could never leave this museum believing in Creationism. Intellectual honesty & examination of facts leads to the real truth!☺ --  ℋumorous via Foursquare
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    Free Every First Saturday, with special activities for children like art scavenger hunt & creative art project downstairs. My fave place in the world! -- Zane Aveton via Foursquare
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    They have the best events here... I always have a good time... See interesting things and I usually drink for free. -- Karren Delilah via Foursquare
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    This is a great tourist attraction! You see the houses by yourself, so you get to spend as much time as you'd like seeing the houses. Loved seeing the history of Dallas! -- Rachel Cosio via Foursquare
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    Stand near the window and ask why. Why not before the turn. Why after the turn when the car is behind trees, picking up speed, moving away. Makes no sense in so many ways. -- Photog Peter Stawicki via Foursquare
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    Have a corn dog and say hello to Big Tex. Tell him Chris sent you!!! -- Chris F via Foursquare
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    Many people don't know that the DMA best Art Gallery holds a renowned collection of treasures. Check out DMA's Ten Treasures, highlighting the key areas of the museum's interests. -- Lovell Public Relations via Foursquare
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    Built in 1892, it is the 5th courthouse to occupy the site. There was a clock tower on top but it was removed in 199 because there was fear that the reverberations from the bell would cause damage. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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