There’s a new way to save money in Dallas and Fort Worth. It’s call the Attractions Pass and it will save you money on general admission to the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Zoo, The Fort Worth Historic Stockyards Experience, International Bowling Museum, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, The Sixth Floor Museum, Southfork Ranch and more. A 2-day Attractions Pass costs $49 for adults and $24 for children (3-12 years). A 3-day pass is $10 more for adults and $5 more for children.
Attractions Passes are purchased online and are then activated at any of the attraction locations. The Attraction Pass states a savings of 30% off general admission.
Additional attractions include Grapevine Vintage Railroad (one-way, round-trip or Trinity River Run), Louis Tussaud’s Palace of Wax/Ripley’s Believe It or Not! and the National Scouting Museum (Collection of Norman Rockwell paintings).
Just Our Opinion
We really think the Attraction Pass is a great start for enjoying attractions in both Dallas and Fort Worth. The pass is currently offering a nice selection of attractions to see. We really hope they will be adding more attractions in the future like the Nasher Sculpture Center and Dallas World Aquarium.
Now don’t get us wrong. We love a good adventurous weekend, but you will have to hit the ground running to visit all of the attractions in a 2-day or 3-day period. Texas is a big place and there is a lot of land between these attractions. This sound like a challenge to us.
In that case, challenge accepted.