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Addison Circle Park -- the place fun calls home.Visit Addison Circle Park
Blueprints at Addison CircleLocated in Addison Circle, this unique four-story sculpture offers a vision of Addison's past, present and future.
BowlmorIntroducing a strikingly different place to re-energize the office - and keep everybody laughing for a good six months. When it comes to mixing business with pleasure, nobody's better set up to 'bowl' you over.
Cavanaugh Flight MuseumThe Cavanaugh Flight Museum encompasses nearly 50,000 square feet of aircraft and artifacts spanning the time period from World War I through the Vietnam conflict.
Dallas Cowboys Football and AT&T StadiumThe Cowboys brought winning football back to Dallas with three Super Bowl victories.
Dallas Galleria MallInspired by Milan, Italy’s famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele built in 1867, Galleria Dallas is truly a unique urban marketplace. More than 200 of the most celebrated shops from around the world along with delectable restaurants and eateries surround an impressive ice rink. A genuine Dallas experience – world-class shopping at its best!
Dallas Mavericks Basketball and American Airlines CenterCalled the Young Guns, the Mavericks bring exciting NBA basketball to hometown fans.
Dallas Museum of ArtThe museum was the first facility to open in the 60-acre Downtown Dallas Arts District.
Dallas Stars Hockey and American Airlines Center 
Dallas World Aquarium and RainforestFeatures 80,000 gallons of saltwater exhibits including sharks, stingrays and hundreds of reef fish, all living in coral reef ecosystems. The immersion rainforest exhibit features plants and animals from Venezuela, along the Orinoco river. Hours: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, seven days a week.
Grapevine MillsOutlet shopping like you’ve never experienced! More than 200 outlets offer amazing prices from big-name stores, such as Sports Authority, Old Navy, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Off 5th (Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet).
It All Comes Together 
Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie Full card simulcasting open year round at the Post Time Pavilion. Tours and group packages available. Call for more information and admission prices.
Mary Kay MuseumIn 1963 Mary Kay Ash, the founder of Mary Kay Inc., set out to build a dream company that would allow women unlimited career opportunities and reward them for their successes. Explore the history of this international organization and see how it progressed from a tiny storefront to the amazing success it is today. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Guided tours are available by reservation only, three business days in advance. Please call 972-687-5720.
Pete's Dueling Piano BarBiggest party in Town. Pete's is know for singing loud and proud. Audience will hear the classics from the Beatles, to the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Culture Club, Billy Joel, Elton John, Dave Matthews and Many others.
Six Flags Hurricane HarborThe largest and most complete water park in the great Southwest keeps on thrilling visitors who find their fun in the sun.
Six Flags Over Texas"Head for the thrills" at Six Flags Over Texas!
SpeedZoneSpeedZone, a park built around speed and competition, incorporates real racing action, indoor interactive entertainment and great food to create a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.
Texas Rangers Baseball and Globe Life Park in ArlingtonThe American League West Division Champion Texas Rangers play at Globe Life Park in Arlington, a beautiful 49,166-seat facility that opened in 1994. It features the ultimate in fan conveniences to make the trip to the game more enjoyable. The season runs from late March through September.
The Craft GuildThe Craft Guild was founded in 1948 to provide instruction and studios for artists and craftspersons, to raise the standards of craftsmanship and design by offering exhibitions and competitive show opportunities, and to stimulate interest in the fine arts and crafts through community outreach. They offer classes in bookbinding, clay, drawing & painting, glass, jewelry-metalsmithing, and beading, as well as workshops in these media and others. The Guild also offers summer camp courses for kids in clay, mixed media, and painting. The work of the artists is open to the public and on display at Visit Addison, showcasing the many and diverse talents of the students and instructors, some of which is for sale in The Store at Visit Addison. Front Desk and Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-6:00, Saturday 10:00-5:00. For more information, please visit www.craftguildofdallas.com to view their current scheduling of classes, workshops, and events. o For the Map Location Link, I cannot get that to work from my laptop, but their address is 5100 Belt Line Rd., Ste. 400, Dallas, TX 75254