06 Dec Top 5 Bachelorette Destinations in Dallas
The big day is coming up and you want to throw a bachelorette party that will be absolutely unforgettable for the bride and the rest of the bridesmaids. A trip to Dallas could be just what you need to celebrate! The sites, cuisine, entertainment, and history of Dallas provide great opportunities for groups to have memorable experiences. Here are five of the top bachelorette destinations to consider when planning the perfect bachelorette party in Dallas!
5) Dallas Parks: Dallas Arboretum, Klyde Warren, White Rock Lake & Fair Park
The city of Dallas has so many beautiful parks to choose from for your party to stop by or spend the day at. The Dallas Arboretum, a world-renowned botanical garden, is one of the most popular spots in the city. Historic Klyde Warren Park is another place where groups can enjoy concerts, events, and gatherings.
If you are looking to explore nature, White Rock Lake Park is the perfect place for your party! It is a beautiful setting for any sort of outdoor event. Another lively park in Dallas is Fair Park, great for those who love state fairs and the carnival. The State fair is open in September and October where visitors will find rides, food, and games. There are events going on the rest of the year which will provide plenty of entertainment for the entire group.
The tower is one of the most recognizable structures in the Dallas skyline and must be seen to be believed. Those who have visited the building’s Geo-Deck know that it provides the best views of the city. The observation deck near the top of the 470-foot tower gives the viewer a 360-degree look at the rest of the city.
When it is clear outside, you can see for over 30 miles. Free telescopes and cameras with zoom are available inside the building that allow you to see even further. Guests can also dine at the Cloud Nine Café, which gives the guests a panoramic view while enjoying a delicious meal.
The best venue to watch a concert or sporting event in Dallas is the American Airlines Center. Bachelorette parties can enjoy music from some of the biggest names in country, rock, and pop in addition to some of the best acts in the world. In the coming months, acts like Muse, Janet Jackson, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and numerous artists at 106.1 KISS FM’s Jingle Ball will grace the stage at the America Airlines Center.
Have sports fans in the group? Then catch a basketball game as the Dallas Mavericks play the best teams in the NBA. The Dallas Stars National Hockey League team plays in the arena as well and hockey fans can enjoy a game with the party.
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2) The West Village Restaurants & Shops
A bachelorette party can (and should!) visit The West Village and enjoy all of the restaurants, shopping, and sights that the area has to offer. Food Tours of America Dallas makes it easy to try all of the mouthwatering food in the area in a fun guided tour setting. The group will enjoy dessert tastings, optional drink pairings, and have plenty of time to shop during the tour!
Dallas is known for its beautiful shops, boutiques, and clothes. The West Village Restaurant Hop is roughly two hours, which leaves the party plenty of time to continue exploring the culture through shopping, sightseeing and much more.
1) Uptown Restaurants & Sightseeing
Uptown is known for its shopping and unique architecture, but one of the aspects that sets it apart is the dining. When planning a bachelorette party in Dallas, there is no shortage of options to choose from. With Food Tours of America Dallas, your guests will not only see the sights, but they will also get to eat at some of the most famous restaurants in Uptown Dallas.
The lunch, dinner, and dessert tastings of the Uptown Foodie Walk are an experience unto themselves. Many will enjoy the all-encompassing tour that allows the group to eat, shop, sightsee and experience the culture.
These options can all lead to an unforgettable bachelorette party filled with memories that the group will be talking about long after the wedding. Dallas is a great place to explore, so why not visit the “Big D” to celebrate your bachelorette party?