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Dallas & FORT WORTH Traveler Info Guide VISITOR SERVICES SPORTS ATTRACTIONS SIGHTSEEING DINING HELPFUL NUMBERS

Stockyards National Historic District

Watch U.S. paper currency roll off the presses during a free one-hour guided tour of the production process. Over half of the nation’s paper currency is produced at this facility. The Visitor Center includes two floors of interactive exhibits and displays, elevated tour walkway, 75 seat high-definition theater and retail sales shop. 9000 Blue Mound Road, Fort Worth. (817) 231-4000 www.moneyfactory.gov

Includes Billy Bob’s Texas - world’s largest honky tonk. Cowtown Coliseum, built in 1908, held the world’s first indoor rodeo and hosts various Western shows, events and rodeos throughout the year. Stockyards Station, with more than 30 unique shops and restaurants in renovated hog-and-sheep pens, is also the depot to the restored 1896 Grapevine Vintage Railroad. Experience the Old West. North Main at Exchange Avenue, Fort Worth. www.gvrr.com

The Dallas World Aquarium

Grapevine Sea Life Aquarium

The Dallas World Aquarium is a unique attraction and event facility in downtown Dallas, featuring aquatic exhibits from around the world. A South American rainforest and a Mundo Maya exhibit displays animals such as Brown Sharks and Jaguars, which are important to the ancient Mayan Culture. (214) 720-2224 www.dwazoo.com

A two-story, 45,000 square-foot aquarium housing more than 30 spectacular displays of diverse marine life for visitors to enjoy – everything from shrimp and starfish to seahorses, sharks and rays. In addition, a stunning centerpiece will be a huge tropical ocean tank with a walk-through underwater tunnel. (972) 539-9386 www.visitsealife.com

Dallas Zoo

LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Dallas Zoo is the largest zoological experience in Texas, covering over 95 acres of beautifully developed parkland and housing over 4,000 animals. Enjoy the Lacerte Family Children’s Zoo, award-winning Wilds of Africa with the Jake L. Hamon Gorilla Conservation Research Center, Norsworthy Otter Outpost, Penguin Cove, and more! (214) 670-5656 www.dallaszoo.com

Step inside and you’ll feel as though you have just jumped into the biggest box of LEGO bricks ever! With over 3 million LEGO bricks inside, what will you discover? It’s the ultimate place for all LEGO fans young and old! (877) 818-1677 www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com

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Louis Tussaurd’s Palace of Wax & Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Has over 225 life-like figures from Hollywood, history, horror, religion and fantasy. Ripley’s features a unique collection of oddities from around the world. Open year-round. I-30 at Belt Line Road, Grand Prairie. (972) 263-2391 www.ripleys.com

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World-class horse racing in the Metroplex. Just off I-30 (exit Belt Line Road). Wager now on races live via simulcast in the Post Time Pavilion. Live racing in the Spring and Fall. 1000 Lone Star Parkway, Grand Prairie. (972) 263-PONY (7669) www.lonestarpark.com

Six Flags Over Texas

All Emergencies Dallas Chamber of Commerce Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau Arlington Chamber of Commerce Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau Grand Prairie Convention and Visitors Bureau Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau

The entertainment capital of Texas offers year-round fun for the entire family! From our monster coasters and kid-friendly thrills to special events like Spring Break Out, The Best of Texas Festival, Fright Fest and Holiday in the Park. Over 100 thrilling rides and attractions! (817) 640-8900 www.sixflags.com

Old Dallas Courthouse Downtown Dallas

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Only at Traders Village can you stroll through thousands of shops, wheel and deal and find the bargain of a lifetime. From paper clips to bulldozers, you can find it all at Traders Village. Located in Grand Prairie and is open Saturday & Sunday. Traders Village is known for BIG shopping and BIG deals with more dealers than any other weekend market in the country. Come discover for yourself all the family fun! www.tradersvillage.com

Hurricane Harbor promises to keep you cool with 3,000,000 gallons of water, slides, rides and pools to explore, Attractions include: Hook’s Lagoon – featuring three lagoons, a pirate ship and 150 interactive aquatic features on 12 different levels; Sea Wolf – the tallest, fastest ride of its kind; the world’s first Lazy River and our newest attraction – the Tornado. There is no way you can stay dry. Call (817) 265-3356 or visit www.sixflags.com.

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Downtown Fort Worth’s Entertainment & Shopping District. In Sundance Square, you’ll find the biggest and best collection of patio dining options in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Stroll around and enjoy 35 blocks of fun and historic charm. Choose a cool night spot, live theater, improv comedy, a great movie or a spectacular show at Bass Performance Hall. Sundance Square is also a wonderful place to go shopping. It’s filled with some of the finest stores and boutiques in Fort Worth. www.sundancesquare.com

This nationally ranked zoo is home to animals from around the globe! The Texas Wild! exhibit highlights flora and fauna native to the state, and features tons of hands-on activities for kids. (817) 759-7555 www.fortworthzoo.org

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911 (214) 746-6600 (214) 571-1000 (817) 275-2613 (817) 265-7721 (817) 336-2491 (817) 336-8791 (800) 457-6338 (800) 288-8FUN (972) 252-7476

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 Open Daily  Families Welcome  Country’s Biggest Stars  Real Bull Riding  Arcade Games, Celebrity Hand Prints & More In the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards

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Discover the American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum, a one-of-a-kind adventure into the world of commercial aviation. A sight-and-sound, hands-on, window-seat look at the world of flight. An adventure to hear, see, touch and be a part of the exciting aviation industry. A restored 1940s DC-3 welcomes visitors of all ages.

Sherman

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Voted the Country Music Club & Venue of the Year - 12 TIMES!

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Billy Bob’s Texas

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AUSTIN AUSTI IN 512.401.0000 PLANO 972.881.8181 WEBSTER 281.332.4500 SAN ANTONIO 210.305.5999

Labor Day Weekend I-35 – Exit 353 West, Texas

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FORT WORTH WORTH 817.292.5555 LUBBOCK 806.792.3333 FRISCO 469.362.7227

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See spectacular plants and animals from four continents, three oceans and various rivers and seas. Stroll through the Orinoco - Secrets of the River rainforest display and marvel at the contributions of the ancient Maya culture in the exhibit – Mundo Maya.

PUBLISHER: Anne M. Fearn CORPORATE OFFICES: Certified Folder Display Service, Inc., 1120 Joshua Way, Vista, CA 92081 (760) 727-5100 FAX: (760) 727-1583 www.certifiedfolder.com DALLAS/FORT WORTH REGIONAL OFFICE: Certified Folder Display Service, Inc., 1312 East Corporate Dr., Suite C, Arlington, TX 76006 (817) 640-9101 FAX: (817) 633-1433

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972-878-4748 • www.visitennis.org

Annual Czech Festival

BOWLING, BILLIARDS, LASER TAG, OVER 100 VIDEO GAMES, PRIVATE MEETING/ PARTY ROOMS, GREAT FOOD, AND MORE! WWW.MAINEVENTUSA.COM W WWW WW WW.MAINEVENTUSA.COM

(25 minutes south of downtown Dallas on I-45)

www.westfest.com

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DALLAS / FORT WORTH

2012-2013 FREE MAP

POINTS OF INTEREST

135

35

Kansas

Colorado

Bureau of Engraving & Printing Western Currency Facility

Dallas & FORT WORTH Traveler Info Guide VISITOR SERVICES SPORTS ATTRACTIONS SIGHTSEEING DINING HELPFUL NUMBERS

Stockyards National Historic District

Watch U.S. paper currency roll off the presses during a free one-hour guided tour of the production process. Over half of the nation’s paper currency is produced at this facility. The Visitor Center includes two floors of interactive exhibits and displays, elevated tour walkway, 75 seat high-definition theater and retail sales shop. 9000 Blue Mound Road, Fort Worth. (817) 231-4000 www.moneyfactory.gov

Includes Billy Bob’s Texas - world’s largest honky tonk. Cowtown Coliseum, built in 1908, held the world’s first indoor rodeo and hosts various Western shows, events and rodeos throughout the year. Stockyards Station, with more than 30 unique shops and restaurants in renovated hog-and-sheep pens, is also the depot to the restored 1896 Grapevine Vintage Railroad. Experience the Old West. North Main at Exchange Avenue, Fort Worth. www.gvrr.com

The Dallas World Aquarium

Grapevine Sea Life Aquarium

The Dallas World Aquarium is a unique attraction and event facility in downtown Dallas, featuring aquatic exhibits from around the world. A South American rainforest and a Mundo Maya exhibit displays animals such as Brown Sharks and Jaguars, which are important to the ancient Mayan Culture. (214) 720-2224 www.dwazoo.com

A two-story, 45,000 square-foot aquarium housing more than 30 spectacular displays of diverse marine life for visitors to enjoy – everything from shrimp and starfish to seahorses, sharks and rays. In addition, a stunning centerpiece will be a huge tropical ocean tank with a walk-through underwater tunnel. (972) 539-9386 www.visitsealife.com

Dallas Zoo

LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Dallas Zoo is the largest zoological experience in Texas, covering over 95 acres of beautifully developed parkland and housing over 4,000 animals. Enjoy the Lacerte Family Children’s Zoo, award-winning Wilds of Africa with the Jake L. Hamon Gorilla Conservation Research Center, Norsworthy Otter Outpost, Penguin Cove, and more! (214) 670-5656 www.dallaszoo.com

Step inside and you’ll feel as though you have just jumped into the biggest box of LEGO bricks ever! With over 3 million LEGO bricks inside, what will you discover? It’s the ultimate place for all LEGO fans young and old! (877) 818-1677 www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com

Missouri

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Louis Tussaurd’s Palace of Wax & Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Has over 225 life-like figures from Hollywood, history, horror, religion and fantasy. Ripley’s features a unique collection of oddities from around the world. Open year-round. I-30 at Belt Line Road, Grand Prairie. (972) 263-2391 www.ripleys.com

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World-class horse racing in the Metroplex. Just off I-30 (exit Belt Line Road). Wager now on races live via simulcast in the Post Time Pavilion. Live racing in the Spring and Fall. 1000 Lone Star Parkway, Grand Prairie. (972) 263-PONY (7669) www.lonestarpark.com

Six Flags Over Texas

All Emergencies Dallas Chamber of Commerce Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau Arlington Chamber of Commerce Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau Grand Prairie Convention and Visitors Bureau Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau

The entertainment capital of Texas offers year-round fun for the entire family! From our monster coasters and kid-friendly thrills to special events like Spring Break Out, The Best of Texas Festival, Fright Fest and Holiday in the Park. Over 100 thrilling rides and attractions! (817) 640-8900 www.sixflags.com

Old Dallas Courthouse Downtown Dallas

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Abilene

El Paso

Only at Traders Village can you stroll through thousands of shops, wheel and deal and find the bargain of a lifetime. From paper clips to bulldozers, you can find it all at Traders Village. Located in Grand Prairie and is open Saturday & Sunday. Traders Village is known for BIG shopping and BIG deals with more dealers than any other weekend market in the country. Come discover for yourself all the family fun! www.tradersvillage.com

Hurricane Harbor promises to keep you cool with 3,000,000 gallons of water, slides, rides and pools to explore, Attractions include: Hook’s Lagoon – featuring three lagoons, a pirate ship and 150 interactive aquatic features on 12 different levels; Sea Wolf – the tallest, fastest ride of its kind; the world’s first Lazy River and our newest attraction – the Tornado. There is no way you can stay dry. Call (817) 265-3356 or visit www.sixflags.com.

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Downtown Fort Worth’s Entertainment & Shopping District. In Sundance Square, you’ll find the biggest and best collection of patio dining options in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Stroll around and enjoy 35 blocks of fun and historic charm. Choose a cool night spot, live theater, improv comedy, a great movie or a spectacular show at Bass Performance Hall. Sundance Square is also a wonderful place to go shopping. It’s filled with some of the finest stores and boutiques in Fort Worth. www.sundancesquare.com

This nationally ranked zoo is home to animals from around the globe! The Texas Wild! exhibit highlights flora and fauna native to the state, and features tons of hands-on activities for kids. (817) 759-7555 www.fortworthzoo.org

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 Open Daily  Families Welcome  Country’s Biggest Stars  Real Bull Riding  Arcade Games, Celebrity Hand Prints & More In the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards

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Discover the American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum, a one-of-a-kind adventure into the world of commercial aviation. A sight-and-sound, hands-on, window-seat look at the world of flight. An adventure to hear, see, touch and be a part of the exciting aviation industry. A restored 1940s DC-3 welcomes visitors of all ages.

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Voted the Country Music Club & Venue of the Year - 12 TIMES!

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Billy Bob’s Texas

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LEWISVILLE LEWIS SVILLE 972.459.7770 SHENANDOAH 281.355.5511 GRAPEVINE 817.416.1111

AUSTIN AUSTI IN 512.401.0000 PLANO 972.881.8181 WEBSTER 281.332.4500 SAN ANTONIO 210.305.5999

Labor Day Weekend I-35 – Exit 353 West, Texas

FEARN’S 2012-2013 DALLAS/FORT WORTH TRAVELER INFO GUIDE

FORT WORTH WORTH 817.292.5555 LUBBOCK 806.792.3333 FRISCO 469.362.7227

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See spectacular plants and animals from four continents, three oceans and various rivers and seas. Stroll through the Orinoco - Secrets of the River rainforest display and marvel at the contributions of the ancient Maya culture in the exhibit – Mundo Maya.

PUBLISHER: Anne M. Fearn CORPORATE OFFICES: Certified Folder Display Service, Inc., 1120 Joshua Way, Vista, CA 92081 (760) 727-5100 FAX: (760) 727-1583 www.certifiedfolder.com DALLAS/FORT WORTH REGIONAL OFFICE: Certified Folder Display Service, Inc., 1312 East Corporate Dr., Suite C, Arlington, TX 76006 (817) 640-9101 FAX: (817) 633-1433

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972-878-4748 • www.visitennis.org

Annual Czech Festival

BOWLING, BILLIARDS, LASER TAG, OVER 100 VIDEO GAMES, PRIVATE MEETING/ PARTY ROOMS, GREAT FOOD, AND MORE! WWW.MAINEVENTUSA.COM W WWW WW WW.MAINEVENTUSA.COM

(25 minutes south of downtown Dallas on I-45)

www.westfest.com

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The Women Who Shape the West... Change the World

A visit to the National Scouting Museum is fun for the whole family! Art, history, high tech games and outdoor adventure all rolled into one great museum. Come take advantage of money-saving deals like free admission on Sundays and Mondays! No Ordinary Museum!

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American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum 4601 Highway 360 at FAA Road Fort Worth (817) 967-5995 www.crsmithmuseum.org

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Arlington Museum of Art 201 West Main Street Arlington (817) 275-4600 www.arlingtonmuseum.org

Backdoor Comedy Club 8250 North Central Expressway Dallas (214) 328-4444 www.backdoorcomedy.com

Billy Bob’s Texas 2520 Rodeo Plaza, Fort Worth (817) 624-7117 www.billybobstexas.com

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Addison (972) 380-8800 www.cavanaughflightmuseum.com

Amazing Jake’s Food & Fun 831 North Central Expressway Plano (972) 509-5253 www.amazingjakesplano.com

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Flight Museum 7 Cavanaugh 4572 Claire Chennault Drive

(972) 248-4966 www.adventurelanding.com

Learning Center 8 Chesapeake 3015 East Grapevine Mills Circle Grapevine (817) 502-5000 www.askchesapeake.com/barnett

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Clark Gardens Botanical Park 567 Maddux Road, Weatherford (940) 682-4856 www.clarkgardens.org

Dallas County 10 Heritage Society 1515 South Harwood Street Dallas (214) 413-3671 or (214) 421-5141 www.dallasheritagevillage.org

Dallas World Aquarium 11 The 1801 North Griffin Street, Dallas (214) 720-2224 www.dwazoo.com

Apartment 12 Denton Shoppers Guide P.O. Box 868046, Plano (972) 800-9831 www.dentonapts.com

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002 East Ennis Avenue Ennis (972) 878-4748 or (888) 366-4748 www.visitennis.org

14 Fort Worth Museum

of Science and History 1600 Gendy Street Fort Worth (817) 255-9300 or (888) 255-9300 www.fortworthmuseum.org

15 Glen Rose Convention & Visitors Bureau

1505 NE Big Bend Trail Glen Rose (254) 897-3081 or (888) 346-6282 www.glenrosetexas.net

Convention 16 McKinney & Visitors Bureau 1575 Heritage Drive, Suite 100 McKinney (214) 544-1407 or (888) 649-8499 www.visitmckinney.com

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3941 Central Expy., Plano 17e (972) 881-8181

Pro Rodeo 19 Mesquite 1818 Rodeo Drive Mesquite (972) 285-8777 www.mesquiterodeo.com

20 Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

3200 Darnell Street, Forth Worth (817) 738-9215 or (866) 824-5566 www.themodern.org

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1720 Gendy Street Fort Worth (817) 509-8664 or (817) 336-4475 www.cowgirl.net

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National Scouting Museum 1329 West Walnut Hill Lane Irving (972) 580-2100 www.bsamuseum.org

Golf & Games 23a Putt-Putt www.putt-puttgolf.com 2004 W. Pleasant Ridge South Arlington (817) 467-6565

Chamber 18 Mesquite 617 North Ebrite Street Mesquite (972) 285-0211 www.mesquitechamber.com

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4801 Citylake Blvd. E., Fort Worth (817) 292-5555

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609 Northeast Loop 820, Hurst 23c (817) 589-0523

Entertainment, Inc. 24 Ripley’s 601 East Palace Parkway Grand Prairie (972) 263-2391 grandprairie.ripleys.com

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Creek at 27 Watters Montgomery Farm 970 Garden Park Drive Allen (972) 747-8000 or (972) 521-5001 www.watterscreek.com

28 Westfest P.O. Box 65, West (254) 826-5058 www.westfest.com

Wild West 29 Wild 509 Elm Street, Suite 100 Dallas (817) 966-1651 www.1wildwildwest.com

See spectacular plants and animals from four continents, three oceans and various rivers and seas. Stroll through the Orinoco - Secrets of the River rainforest display and marvel at the contributions of the ancient Maya culture in the exhibit – Mundo Maya.

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