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Explore the Rosine Smith Sammons Butterfly House and Insectarium

Nestled within the Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park is a unique two-story destination known as the Rosine Smith Sammons Butterfly House and Insectarium. Its tropical landscape transports visitors to habitats around the world. The butterflies are free-flying, and species include:  Leopard Lacewing When hundreds of leopard lacewings fly together, they create a spectacular sight. […]

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Enjoy a Night of Music in Deep Ellum

Soon after Deep Ellum was established in 1873, it became Dallas’ hub for art and music. Today, the neighborhood is the largest entertainment district in the region, and it’s home to more than twenty music venues. Highlights include: Louie’s Louie’s Piano Bar  At Louie Louie’s Piano Bar, it all starts with pianos and several hundred […]

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Dive into Some Fun at the Dallas World Aquarium

Located less than a mile from The Christopher in the Historic West End District, you’ll find the incredible Dallas World Aquarium. Opened in 1992, the aquarium includes numerous exhibits and a tunnel that allows you to walk through 20,000 gallons of water as you marvel at hundreds of Indo-Pacific fish. EXHIBITS There are five exhibits […]

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