Earlier this week I posted some great ways to have Spring Break fun in Dallas without Breaking the Bank. Honestly there is always SOOOOO much to do in Dallas that one post just can’t hold all the fun! We are halfway through spring break but there is still so much fun to be had. This week/weekend in particular are some really fun events happening that I wanted you guys to know about. These activities are super fun & will only be around this week!!
* March 12- March 14 American Girl Dallas
If you’ve got a girl who LOVES her American Girl Doll then American Girl Dallas has you set with FREE activities all week. Check our the great list of all the activities and times here.
*Wednesday March 10- Friday 14 Dallas Museum of Art
The Dallas Museum of Art is a favorite of ours any time of year but this week they have (FREE!) activities going on for kids several times a day every day! Check out their full calendar of Spring break activities here. And keep reading below to find out about their BIG Spring Break Block Party later this week! And be on the look out for Chase Family there in person!
*Wednesday March 10-Friday March 14 Grapevine Vintage Railroad: Spring Fling
There are two main scheduled trips during this spring break trip that also includes family-on-board activities and games. There will be a 1 p.m. trip to the Fort Worth Stockyards and a 2:45 p.m. Trinity River Run. Climb aboard this vintage-style train and learn about the history of the area as your family enjoys the sights and sounds of the railroad. The 21-mile trip rolls at a leisurely pace and is perfect for the entire family. Tickets start at $20 for adults.
*Wednesday March 12th- Friday March 14th ANIMAL EXTRAVAGANZA WEEK 12pm-4pm
Bring your kids to the Mansfield Activities Center for a week of animal-themed events!
- Wednesday, March 12: Fred the Fish. Arianne will be talking about animals and aquatic life and what we can do to take better care of them from 3-4pm. This event is free, but parents MUST attend with their children.
- Thursday, March 13: Nancy’s Hands Nancy Burks Worcester will have an animal-themed ventriloquist show. Entry is $4 per person with a current MAC card and $5 per person without a MAC card. Parents are free, but must attend with their children.
- Friday, March 14: Critterman Critterman will be presenting the Rainforest Jewels show. Come see some awesome animals! A limited amount of goody bags will be available. Entry is $4 per person with a current MAC card and $5 per person without a MAC card. Parents are free, but must attend with their children.
For more information, visit the website or call 817-453-5420.
*Friday, March 14 Spring Break Block Party 2014
This is one event I will be looking forward to all week. Don’t let the words “Block Party” scare you. This is an event for families, young & old! Our family has attended several years and always have such a great time. There will be so many things activities to choose from- outdoor movies, activities, music, etc. make sure to click on the links below to pick out your favorites before you get there. Starting at 6:00 pm, the Dallas Museum of Art, Crow Collection of Asian Art, and Nasher Sculpture Center host this free family event. Grab dinner or dessert from gourmet food trucks lining the streets as you enjoy all three museums and participate in special activities, live concerts, guided tours, films, and more!
CROW COLLECTION OF ASIAN ART: Click here for more information about the Crow Collection After Dark. The Crow Collection will stay open until midnight with free activities around their theme: Spring Break India.
NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER: The Nasher’s ’Til Midnight event is free and lasts until– you guessed it– midnight! Enjoy a concert at 7pm, film screening at 9pm, and continuous family-friendly activities. Click here for more.
DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART: It’s Art Madness at the DMA! Interactive tours, sketching in the galleries, and other family activities fill the schedule tonight. You can even see the NCAA Championship Trophy on display in the Center for Creative Connections. Click here for details.