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20 Places to Go with the Kids This Spring

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Spring in North Texas is unpredictable. One day it can be sunny and beautiful; the next it’s freezing and rainy. Sometimes all of that can happen in just one day. So you need a variety of things to do with the kids—outings that will entertain them and work with the current weather conditions.

With that in mind, we thought we’d help you mamas out and put together a list of 20 places to go with the kiddos during the spring—indoor, outdoor, sports-focused, artsy, scientific, all the things!

Indoors:

Museums

  1. Perot Museum of Nature and Science
  2. Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
  3. Amon Carter Museum
  4. Dallas Museum of Art
  5. Kimbell Art Museum
  6. Nasher Sculpture Center
  7. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
  8. George W. Bush Presidential Center
  9. Noble Planetarium

Escape Rooms

  1. Ultimate Escape Game, Dallas
  2. The Escape Game, Grapevine

Dallas World Aquarium

Trampoline Parks

  1. Urban Air, multiple locations
  2. Flight Deck Trampoline Park, Fort Worth
  3. JumpstreetSIX, Plano

Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark

Ice Rinks

  1. Galleria Dallas Ice Rink
  2. Dr. Pepper Star Center Ice Rinks

KidStrong– Plano, Frisco, McKinney

Fort Worth Stockyards

Scavenger Hunts

  1. Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure, Fort Worth
  2. Dallas Scavenger Hunt: The Big Hunt
  3. DFW Scavenger Hunt

Outdoors:

Gardens

  1. Dallas Blooms at the Dallas Arboretum
  2. Fort Worth Botanic Garden
  3. Texas Tulips
  4. Poston Gardens

Parks and Playgrounds

  1. Klyde Warren Park
  2. PlayGrand Adventures

Benbrook Stables

ColorPalooza

Nash Farm

The Star in Frisco

Walk or Bike

  1. Katy Trail
  2. Trinity Trail

Dallas Farmers Market

Topgolf– Allen, Dallas, The Colony, Fort Worth

Drive-in Movie

  1. Coyote Drive-in– Lewisville, Fort Worth
  2. Galaxy Drive-in, Ennis

Photo courtesy of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.