5 Spring Break Destinations in Dallas

For many Dallasites, Spring Break looks a little different this year. If you’re not able to travel to your favorite vacation spot, there’s no reason you can’t treat yourself to a staycation right here in Dallas. Here are our top 5 Spring Break Destinations in Dallas!

1.The Dallas Arboretum
If you’re looking for a beautiful and peaceful location to unwind and enjoy picturesque scenery, the Dallas Arboretum is the place for you. From February 21 until April 21, the Arboretum is featuring Dallas Blooms – named by Southern Living as one of “The Best Places to See Stunning Spring Blooms Across the South,” Dallas Blooms is the largest annual floral festival in the Southwest. This year, the festival’s theme is “America the Beautiful” and boasts 100 varieties of spring bulbs, 500,000 spring-blooming blossoms, thousands of azaleas and hundreds of Japanese cherry trees. In addition to the stunning landscapes, guests can participate in special events; including tasting & cooking classes, wine & beer pairings, book signings & speakers, children’s activities and live music & entertainment.

 

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2. Waterproof at The Statler
Can’t make it to the beach this year? No problem! Waterproof provides an elegant and lush pool setting during the day, and an energetic nightlife with live entertainment when the sun goes down. Whether it’s day or night, Waterproof offers private cabanas, lush lounge chairs, bottle service and gourmet food. Treat yourself to a taste of paradise right here in Dallas!

 

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3. Museums
One of the best parts of traveling is experiencing new cultures and historic sites. Luckily, Dallas is home to an abundance of cultural activities and museums. Some of our team favorites are the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and #PowerClient Dallas Heritage Village.

4. The Gaylord Texan Resort
If you’re looking for a weekend (or week-long!) getaway, the Gaylord Texan can provide for all of your desires in one lavish destination. Built on the shores of Lake Grapevine, the Gaylord showcases beautiful indoor gardens, 10 restaurants, a seasonal resort pool and indoor lap pool, an on-site spa and close proximity to Grapevine Mills and Cowboys Golf Club. Enjoy luxurious living at this Texas-sized resort.

 

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5. White Rock Lake
For those who prefer to spend Spring Break outdoors, White Rock Lake offers fresh air and natural surroundings. The lake features hiking and biking trails, White Rock Lake Museum, Bath House Cultural Center, Audubon Society bird watching area, wetland, a dog park, picnic areas, pavilions, piers, boat ramps and kayak concession. Take a break from the screens and schedules of your busy life, and enjoy the great outdoors!

 

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