The day begins with a visit to The Sixth Floor Museum: JFK and Memory of a Nation, an historical exhibit with the documented events of November 22, 1963 in Dealy Plaza. Then its onto the Dallas World Aquarium, a unique facility located in the Historic West End District, where you are surrounded by tropical plants and animals from around the world.  Head to Old City Park, a historic village, for a brown bag lunch.  At Fair Park, a visit to the Dallas Museum of Natural History which features 60 dioramas of the flora and wildlife of Texas or a visit to the Science Place, with over 300 hands-on science exhibits and TI Founders IMAX Theater.

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  Visit the Dallas Museum of Natural History which features 60 dioramas of the flora and wildlife of Texas. Visit the Science Place, with over 300 hands-on science exhibits and the TI Founders IMAX Theater. Then head over to the Dallas Zoo for a brown bag lunch and visit to the zoo for the afternoon. The Zoo features the Wilds of Africa rain forest area which is a major attraction, best viewed from the monorail on a mile-long course that winds through the park.