Spring Break Activities around DFW

It’s time for some relaxation and fun this Spring Break! Whether your family likes to stay home or venture off into DFW, we have compiled a list of learning opportunities that are fun for the entire family. 

Activities in the DFW:  

Enjoy one the best Spring flower festivals in the United States, during the Dallas Blooms event at the Dallas Arboretum 

Price: $10 ages 3 and up  

The Dallas Museum of Art hosts Spring Break Week at the DMA with activities for scholars of all ages Price: FREE  

Scholars with special needs can visit It’s A Sensory Worldto participate in a variety of fun and therapeutic educational activities.  

Price: Varies (age 5-12)  

Main Event is offering their spring break Play All Day special!  

Price: $7 per activity  

Visit Ripley’ s Believe it or not to explore the odd and experience the bizarre and mysterious. 

Price: $20 ($2 off spring break special)  

Klyde Warren Park offers Music and Stories, Childrens Theater Activities and an Imagination Playground to learn and get the wiggles out. 

Price: FREE  

At Home Activities: 

Primary Scholars: With school, home, and activities in between, life can sometimes feel chaotic to kids. Help your child learn how to stop and relax with handmade peace rocks. This activity encourages them to tap into their artistic side while learning strategies to find peace every day.  

Middle School Scholars: Learn about science with sweets! Help your scholar make an edible cell cake at home with simple sweet ingredientsIt’s a great way to dive into science with delicious food. 

High School Scholars: Spark interest in the best fit college for your scholarHave them create a journal of interestsidentify likes and dislikes about colleges or research and pick their top 5 colleges. Tour nearby colleges or universities like SMU, UNT or TCU, take a road trip to Baylor, UT or Texas A&M. Seniors might want to create a to-do list in preparation of their first year in college. 

Please enjoy these and the many other opportunities available in the DFW area this Spring Break. We will see you on Monday, March 18th when we return from Spring Break.   

One thought on “Spring Break Activities around DFW

  1. Thanks for the spring break activities list–very helpful. We are also going to Galveston, TX as well as Kemah Boardwalk this week. 🙂

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