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Top Experiences For Visitors Travelling on Return Flights to Dallas

The Sixth Floor Museum

The Sixth Floor Museum is dedicated to remembering the assassination of President Kennedy during his trip to Texas in 1963. History buffs from around the world buy flights to Dallas to learn about the tragic event. Inside the museum, you can view multimedia exhibits that highlight what lead up to the shooting and the last few days of his life.

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

Located only a few minutes from downtown Dallas, the Arboretum is a great place to spend a few hours away from the busy city life. You can wander past the fourteen displays of seasonal flowers, trees and plant collections. A lot of people buy plane tickets to Dallas to attend the outdoor festivals, art shows and concerts held inside the botanical gardens throughout the year.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

For travellers who love science and nature, the Perot Museum is a must visit. The museum is divided into interactive educational stations and high-tech displays, making it a perfect outing for families booking cheap flights to Dallas. There's also a 3D theatre and a playground that younger children can enjoy.

Dallas Museum of Art

If you're an art lover looking to buy return flights to Dallas, a trip to the Museum of Art won't disappoint. The building houses a 24,00- piece collection that includes works from famous artists such as Claude Monet, as well as artefacts from ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome.

The Cost of Visiting


If you're buying flights to Dallas, you may already know that the city is one of the best foodie destinations in the United States. Texas barbecue is famous around the world, and the city has excellent Mexican food. You can expect to pay around $20 ($28.18 AUD) for an entree at most restaurants, but it's also easy to find a $10 ($14.09 AUD) steak burger at no-frills establishments.


Dallas has accommodation options for every kind of budget. Whether you're a backpacker buying cheap flights to Dallas or you're looking to splurge on a luxury experience, there's something for you. A four-star hotel in the city costs on average $150 ($211.36 AUD) per night, and you can get a bed in a hostel for $50 (70.45 AUD).


If you want to cut costs on transport once your flights to Dallas arrive, you should buy the all-day pass. It costs only $5 ($7.05 AUD), and it will give you access to the city's light rail system, known as DART.

Public Transport and How to Get Around

Car rental

The best way to get around Dallas is to rent a car. You can choose your vehicle while booking your airfare to Dallas with Webjet, or once you arrive at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). It will give you more freedom to explore different neighbourhoods and go on day trips. However, if you're only planning on staying in downtown Dallas, you don't need a vehicle as all the attractions are within walking distance.

Light Rail

The light rail is an easy way to get between the different attractions in Dallas. Four lines stop at 64 stations around the city. The trains run every day from 5am to midnight, making it easy to fit in a full day of sightseeing once your flights to Dallas have landed. You choose from an AM/PM pass for $3 ($4.23 AUD) or a full-day pass that will cost between $5 and $12 ($7.05 -16.91 AUD).


Dallas has an extensive bus system that serves more than 11,000 stops in central Dallas and Metroplex. You can use the DART day pass as payment, and the service operates on the same timetable as the light rail trains. If you are buying airfare to Dallas to visit the Dealey Plaza and Dallas World Aquarium, you can use the D-Link hop-on, hop-off bus. It's free and stops at 19 places of interest throughout downtown Dallas.


The trolley is one of the cheapest ways to get around Dallas. It's an old-school electric street car that runs between downtown Dallas to the Uptown neighbourhood. Along the way, it passes many of the city's top attractions such as the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center. The service operates Monday to Friday from 7am to 10pm, and Saturday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm.

Transport from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

You can use the DART system to get from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) into the city. The first train departs the airport at 4am, and you can buy tickets at the nearby kiosks or download the GoPass app. If you're staying in Downtown Fort Worth, you can also take the TEXRail train from the airport.

If you're booking flights to Dallas and you know you'll be arriving with a lot of bags, it's best to take a taxi from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to your hotel. The cabs operate from 8am to 12am, and you'll find the drivers waiting on the upper level of terminals A, B, C, and E and the lower level of D. If your flights to Dallas arrive before or after the operating hours, you can use ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft to get to your hotel.