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Dallas Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Dallas Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Far-flung from the oil-centric city depicted on the ’80s TV show, Dallas is a lively cosmopolitan city swiftly making a name for itself  equally in the art and culinary worlds; it’s home to the largest adjacent urban arts district in the country as well as some top-notch restaurants with an eclectic blend of culture, nightlife, and sporting events. In order to get the most out of your 24 hours to 48 hours layover in the Big D, we’ve got a Texas-sized itinerary for you.

What to do in Dallas for 24h to 48h?

Places to Visit 

Have a Texas Adventure

Enjoy horse-back riding Deep in the heart of the Great Trinity Forest (eight miles from Downtown Dallas), at the Texas Horse Park. The park is within the largest urban hardwood forest in the country. Stop by Wild Bill’s Western Store to buy your cowboy hat before heading there.

Great Trinity Forest

Experience American History

Pay tribute to John.F. Kennedy by visiting The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. It exhibits feature detailed accounts of his 1960 presidential campaign, along with his legacy and influence through historical footage, photos, and artifacts.Then head to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and take your presidential picture at the full-sized Oval Office.

 

 Dealey Plaza

Be Surprised by the Arts and Architecture.

Head to the Dallas Arts District, home to some of Dallas’ most significant cultural landmarks, including the Dallas Museum of Art.  The Nasher Sculpture Center and The Crow Collection of Asian Art.  If you like architecture, Flora Street features 5 buildings designed by Pritzker-Prize winning architects.

The Nasher Sculpture Center 

Explore Dallas Neighborhood’s!

Each of Dallas’ 20 unique neighborhoods deserves a visit. If time is limited, check out Uptown with the historical McKinney Avenue Trolley and trendy bars and restaurants. Or Greenville Avenue with its laid back atmosphere, delicious restaurants and casual nightlife.

McKinney Avenue Trolley 

Satisfy your Taxen cravings

Enjoy a variety of culinary experiences in a city with 12K restaurants! Try the cuisine of celebrity chefs Dean Fearing and Stephan Pyles, or the irresistible BBQ of Pecan Lodge in Deep Ellum! Don’t miss Trinity Groves, featuring 16 original dining concepts and the best views of the city.

BBQ of Pecan Lodge

Shopping till you Drop!

Shopping goes BIG at North Park Center, featuring not just 230 stores but also one of the best collections of contemporary sculptures in the world. Or visit Galleria Dallas with its iconic ice-skating rink. Bargain hunters can’t miss The Shops at Park Lane or Grand Prairie Premium Outlets! Don’t forget to take advantage of Tax Free Shopping program.

 North Park Center

Party the Night Away!

Start with a city view from over 500 feet in the air at Reunion Tower’s GeO-Deck, one of Dallas’ most recognized structures. Then head to Deep Ellum, a historical neighborhood famous for its three streets of live music, and independent vibe and public bar. Don’t miss The Alibi, and make sure to find the secret password on Facebook before heading there.

Reunion Tower's GeO-Deck

Pamper yourself with Best Day Spa’s!

For a unique spa experience, visit King Spa and Sauna, a Korean spa that features a wide variety of steam rooms and baths and even has an ice room. This popular local spot even has an onsite restaurant. For a luxurious spa experience, the Grand Spa in Addison and the Riviera Spa in the Knox-Henderson neighborhood are the perfect destinations.

Flight Attendants Discounts in US

World Of Crew gets you a few awesome deals only for cabin crews in US. Have a look into these and let us know if you manage to visit them during your layover!

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Any Cool Experience to share in Dallas?

How was your layover in Dallas? Did you discover any new places? If so, please do share these useful tips with your fellow cabin crew, by commenting below!

Have a great layover !

 

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