A popular North Texas tourist spot is traveling down the rabbit hole on Saturday, as the Dallas Arboretum celebrates the story of “Alice in Wonderland” with an amazing outdoor display.
Not sure where to take mom for Mother’s Day this year? As Sunday draws near, time is of the essence. Here are the best five family friendly places to take mom this Mother’s Day.
The first 16 years of John Gieu’s life in the Sudan were filled with violence and pain. But his story does not end there. He was able to write a new chapter to his life.
Easter is just around the corner, and you might want to get your calendar out and start getting ready for some family fun. That’s just what’s waiting for you here in the DFW area.
Springtime in the city does not have to be gray and dull. DFW’s push to be green, sustainable and even beautiful area to visit and to live is well on its way to success.
From movie theaters to outdoor attractions, DFW truly values its senior citizens and wants these individuals to experience the best that DFW has to offer.
It may not feel like spring outside quite yet, but blossoms are already popping up at the Dallas Arboretum. The garden’s Dallas Blooms event kicks off on Saturday and runs through April 7.
While the Arboretum has enjoyed big crowds this year with the Chihuly glass sculpture exhibit, the city of Dallas says that it’s still studying building a new parking garage.
The season is in full display at the Dallas Arboretum. The world famous garden puts on only one interior exhibit a year. This season, it’s a Nativity theme with over 400 scenes on display.
The Dallas Arboretum has partnered with the Windsor Senior Living Center in Dallas for ‘horticulture therapy,’ a planting program that builds strength and friendships.
North Texans usher out the hot days of summer and welcome autumn with changing leaves, fairs and festivals. If you’re planning a fall getaway, here are a few favorites not to miss.
The Chihuly exhibition has been extended through December 31 as a gift to the City of Dallas from the Arboretum Board of Directors. It was initially set to close on November 5.