Shed those winter coats, grab the kids and check out all the season has to offer with our Spring Family Fun Directory!
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Join in on the fun during our Virtual: Spring Break, March 16–19, 10:30–11am, on Facebook Live. Watch us all week as we play games, make artworks, and explore the Carter collection from home.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Dallas Blooms floral festival, February 20 to April 11, featuring “America the Beautiful,” focuses on six regions in the United States with food, music, and family fun events. Timed tickets and face coverings required.
Fort Worth Stockyards
Cowtown Goes Green in the Stockyards Saturday, March 13, 10am–8pm. It’s an action-packed day of live music, great food, kids games, giveaways and more! There’s also a Texas-sized parade that will have you seeing green!
Fort Worth Zoo
The Fort Worth Zoo is home to nearly 7,000 animals and many exciting attractions spread out over 64 acres. Plan your spring visit today!
Heritage Village at Chestnut Square
WayBack Workshops Spring Break Camp, March 9–12. Offered Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9am–noon or 1–4pm. Activities such as canning, soap making, stamping/printing, blacksmith demo, sewing/weaving. So much fun, it’s historical!
Irving Archives and Museum
Spring Break is for inventors! At Spark!Lab, we believe everyone is inventive. Spark!Lab gives kids the opportunity to create, innovate and problem solve, and empowers them to develop the skills and needed for success.
Irving Arts Center
Named “Best in the Burbs” by D Magazine, Irving Arts Center offers youth and family virtual art experiences and exhibitions year-round. Bring your family to safely explore our five galleries today. It’s free fun!
Kimbell Art Museum
Join us March 15–19 for a free week-long celebration of art, music, storytelling, movement, and more. The Virtual Spring Break Art Extravaganza features art-making guides, live family programming, and engaging videos from guest artists!
Lakefront at Little Elm
Spring into fun at The Lakefront Little Elm! This family-fun destination has something for the entire family. From the largest beach in North Texas, a variety of dining options, and even an indoor waterpark!
Mineral Wells Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
Visit Mineral Wells where fun and adventure run deep. Dig for fossils, test your rock-climbing skills, become a butterfly with one of our amazing murals. Blue skies and wide open spaces to make new memories.
Day or night, make the iconic Reunion Tower your first stop to explore fun things to see and do in Dallas. Take your Spring Break to new heights with our special events from March 8–19!
River Legacy Living Science Center
Discover nature with the family! Enjoy the park then head inside to River Legacy Living Science Center to view our aquariums, terrariums, exhibits and a variety of games on our interactive screens.
Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Fine Art Gallery
Vetro is a state-of-the-art glassblowing studio and fine art gallery. Vetro offers opportunities for guests to assist in creating their own, unique art glass. Visit Vetro to shop handcrafted fine art glass.
For more options, check out the DFWChild’s Community Events calendar plus don’t miss Part II of the Spring Family Fun Directory, coming in April.