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Andrew
Manhattan Beach

Fort Worth, Dallas

Rainy day kid friendly activities in Dallas/Ft. Worth Area?

We're going to be traveling over the holidays and it looks like we've got some wet weather ahead of us.  What are some good rainy day activities to keep a 3 year old and 6 year old (and their parents) entertained?


7 Answers

top answer by
Cynthia from Texas

Try Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. My kids are older buy i hear Great Wolf Lodge has an indoor pool that you may be able to buy a day pass to. Grapevine Mills has a few entertainment venues like ice skating rink, Build-A-Bear Workshop and a LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Ft Worth also.


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  1. Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (attraction)
  2. Great Wolf Lodge (hotel)
  3. Grapevine Mills (attraction)
  4. Build-A-Bear Workshop (attraction)
  5. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Ft Worth (attraction)
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answered by
Andrew from Manhattan Beach

We recently visited the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas.  There were lots of great "hands-on" activities for kids.  My favorite parts were the bridge building and robot programming labs.  


They also have a sports science exhibit where the kids were able to race against several different animals including a t-rex and a cheetah!


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  1. Perot Museum of Nature and Science (attraction)
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answered first by
Jacey & Scott from Fort Collins

There is a Ripley's Believe It or Not in the metroplex, usually good for some child entertainment! And totalky indoors....


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answered by
Steve from Dallas

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  1. Perot Museum of Nature and Science (attraction)
  2. Grapevine Mills (attraction)
  3. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Ft Worth (attraction)
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answered by
Laraine from Dallas

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  1. Perot Museum of Nature and Science (attraction)
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answered by
Belinda

There are places like Main Event Entertainment or Altitude Trampoline Park. Those are indoors and fun.


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  2. Altitude Trampoline Park (attraction)


answered by
Gaby

I think the Perot Museum of Nature and Science may be a good option for the kids.  There a lot of hands on activities. Check it out.  



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  1. Perot Museum of Nature and Science (attraction)




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