There are many different ways that people choose to entertain themselves or relax by way of a fun hobby. No matter what your hobby is, there is likely a store in the DFW area for it. From arts and crafts to RC vehicles to comics, there are so many great hobby shops that have great ways for you to stave off boredom. These are some of the best hobby shops in the DFW area.
HobbyTown USA
8041 Walnut Hill, Suite 870
Dallas, TX 75231
(214) 987-4744
www.htudallastx.com

HobbyTown USA operates four stores in the Dallas area that are a combination of a toy shop and a hobby shop. At these stores, you will be able to find RC trucks or supplies to build and fly the best kite. You can also buy supplies for building your own models. As a hobby shop, they also have everything for all your arts and crafts needs.

Roy’s Hobby Shop
1309 Norwood Dr.
Hurst, TX 76053
(817) 268-0210
www.royshobbyshopfortworth.com

This hobby shop was established in 1978k, so the staff is very knowledgeable and has plenty of experience in the area. They specialize in radio-controlled vehicles including planes, helicopters, boats and cars. All of the staff work as both modelers and RC pilots. Roy, the owner, was very recently an actual pilot, so he knew a lot about flying planes, both models and the real deal.

Zeus Comics And Collectibles
1334 Inwood Rd.
Dallas, TX 75247
(214) 219-8697
www.zeuscomics.com

Zeus Comics has been open since 2000 and since they have been open, they have also been winning awards for being one of the best comic book and toy stores in DFW. In fact, they have won 15 local awards. If you’re looking for new comics, back issues of comics, trades, manga, toys or statues, this is the place to go.The staff is very knowledgeable and whether you are looking for a comic for a friend or are a comic expert yourself, they will be able to help you find what you need.

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Make + Made
409 North Zang
Dallas, TX 75208
(214) 941-0075
www.themakesite.com

Make + Made opened in 2005 as a sewing and craft studio that offered classes and workshops. Since then, the owners have relocated the shop to the design district and it is now a garment production and upholstery studio. They still offer great fun and interactive classes and workshops to teach you all about sewing, upholstery and printmaking. The workshops take place in the production studio so you are able to get a glimpse into the industry.

Homebrew Headquarters
300 North Coit Rd., Suite 134
Richardson, TX 75080
(972) 234-4411
www.homebrewhq.com

Homebrewing has become a big hobby, especially in the DFW area because of all of the craft breweries that have been popping up in the DFW area within the past few years. If you are looking for kits, supplies or ingredients for making your own beer at home, you should head over to Homebrew Headquarters. They have everything you could need from hops to malts to extracts. You can even buy materials to make wines here as well.

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Kelsi Gerwell is a freelance writer covering all things Dallas-Fort Worth. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.
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