Disclosure: I was provided the Dallas CityPASS in order to share my experience at various Dallas attractions. As always, all opinions are my own.
Touring Dallas with CityPASS
I was recently contacted by the State Fair of Texas to attend their Auto Show Media Day and thought it was the perfect opportunity to take a family trip to Dallas.
I reached out to Visit Dallas to learn more about their Dallas CityPASS and see what types of activities we could attend while in town.
I was excited to find out that the CityPASS covers two of the must-see places I wanted to take the kids while in Dallas…the Dallas Zoo and Reunion Tower!
What You Get with a Dallas CityPASS
With the Dallas CityPASS, you can skip the lines and save over 30% on some of the top attractions in Dallas.
Get all of your passes in one convenient purchase, plus you get 9 consecutive days to use them. If you’re staying in the city for a while, there’s no need to rush around in order to use all of your passes. You can visit the Dallas Zoo one day and tour Dealey Plaza the next day or next week.
You’ll also get line-skipping privileges and instant delivery with convenient mobile or printable ticket options.
We had our CityPASS booklets delivered to our hotel while staying in Dallas, which meant one less trip running around town to pick them up.
This was great because we could head straight out to see the attractions in the morning instead of spending time to pick up or print our passes.
The passes came in the form of a booklet that includes tickets for all of the attractions offered in the deal.
TIP: You should never tear your passes out of the booklet before arriving at the gate, as it renders the passes invalid. Instead, you’ll want to provide your CityPASS booklet to the teller. They’ll remove your passes and provide you with entry tickets.
Enjoy scientific and historic museums, gorgeous views from the top of the city, amazing animals and more!
Dallas CityPASS Admission Includes:
- Perot Museum of Nature and Science
- Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
- The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
- Dallas Zoo OR George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum
Visiting The Dallas Zoo
While in Dallas, we took the kids out to two of the places they were most excited to visit, the Dallas Zoo and Reunion Tower.
First was the Dallas Zoo, which had an awesome splash park, an air-conditioned playhouse, petting zoo and tons of gorgeous animal exhibits.
Just present your Dallas CityPASS booklets at the front gate to receive your tickets for entry. Then you’ll be able to freely roam the park and enjoy all of the sites, animals, and kids play areas.
Here are a few pictures of our visit. We’ll be sharing a lot more about this in an upcoming post on the blog! If you’re looking for more information in the meantime, please visit the DallasZoo.com website.
Visiting Reunion Tower
We also visited Reunion Tower’s GeO-Deck at the top of Dallas. Reunion Tower has a super high-end vibe and is connected to the lobby of the Hyatt Regency Dallas.
There are tons of activities to do while you’re up enjoying a sunrise or sunset view, like free telescope viewing, dining, yoga, paint parties and more. Visit their website at ReunionTower.com for more information and a list of activities.
Watch our Dallas CityPASS Travel Vlog!
Before you go, don’t forget to check out your Dallas CityPASS travel vlog! We’ll give you an inside look at the Dallas Zoo and Reunion Tower, plus more information about the Dallas CityPASS.
We had an AMAZING time in Dallas while visiting the Texas Auto Show Media Day! Thank you Chevrolet, State Fair of Texas and Visit Dallas for accommodating us! To get your Dallas CityPASS, please visit their website here.