Fair Park was the site of the 1936 Texas Centennial Exhibition.
Dallas Aquarium is features 5,000 exotic and native aquatic animals and includes 25 displays of such unusual species as upside-down jellyfish and walking batfish.

Dallas Museum of Natural History contains habitat displays of native animals, birds, minerals and plants.

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Visitors are guests in a replica of an 11th-century castle, where, as in medieval days, a four-course dinner is served with no silverware. During dinner, knights on horseback compete in jousting matches and events of skill and accuracy.

Six Flags Over Texas The 205-acre landscaped theme park depicts Texas under the flags of the Confederate States of America, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, Spain and the United States. More than 100 rides, attractions and shows include the Silver Star Carousel, restored in period; a 200-foot parachute drop; the Texas Giant, a 14-story roller coaster; a log flume ride; Runaway Mountain, a roller coaster that travels in the dark; Music Mill, featuring big-name entertainment in season; Roaring Rapids, a river-rafting adventure; and G Force, offering the sensation of a 10-story freefall.

The Sixth Floor is an educational exhibit and memorial to the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. The display is on the sixth floor of the former Texas School Book Depository, the site from which the shots that killed President Kennedy and severely wounded Texas Gov. John Connally were allegedly fired.


Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Presents such permanent exhibits as The History of Medicine. Your Body, Man and His Possessions, Rocks and Fossils, IBM Calculators and Computers and a pre-Columbian display. The Nobel Planetarium presents regular showings. The Omni Theater uses an 80-foot dome screen and 72 speakers to present 45-minute nature films and travelogues. Explore the 8,000-foot exhibit of “Lone Star Dinasaurs”.

Fort Worth Zoo features 52 acres containing more than 900 species of animals from around the world. Raptor Canyon is home to such birds of prey as vultures and Andean Condors. Visitors can stroll along a boardwalk in the Asian Rhino Ridge, where one-horned Asian rhinos wallow in mud pools and the animals in Asian Falls live in a natural setting complete with waterfalls and grassy hills. The 2.5-acre World of Primates contains a climate-controlled tropical rain forest for endangered lowland gorillas. The Herpetarium contains rare snakes, lizards and other reptiles and amphibians while the Insectarium features many exotic insects, including giant hissing cockroaches and jade-headed beetles. The cheetah exhibit places cheetahs, African warthogs and bongos in a natural African habitat. The Komodo dragon exhibit is home to two Komodo dragons, the largest lizard in the world, as well as gharial crocodiles. Other exhibits include an aquarium featuring hundreds of saltwater and freshwater species, a small animal village for orphaned animals, and the African Savannah, which houses giraffes and black and white rhinos. Flamingo Bay contains more than 50 flamingos representing three species. Penguin Island is an indoor-outdoor exhibit which houses more than two dozen South African black-footed penguins.


The Mesquite Championship Rodeo is held in the 6,500-seat Mesquite Arena. Cowboys compete in bull and bronco riding and steer and calf roping. A band, rodeo clowns and square dancing on horseback, as well as a petting zoo and pony rides are also features.

Enjoy Your Dallas Experience...

  • Hotel accommodations (in quads)
  • Security Provided Nightly
  • Complete Sightseeing of the Area
  • Professional Tour Escort
  • 4 meals - 2 breakfast/2 dinner (3 day/2 night trip)
  • 6 meals - 3 breakfast/3 dinner (4 day/3 night trip)
  • All entrance fees and admissions
  • All taxes, tips, and gratuities
  • Coverage under E.T.C.'s Liability Insurance Policy

One totally free teacher / chaperone
for every ten students (in double occupancy)