Are you staying nearby for Spring Break?  Sooo many things to do in DFW!  Check the PAM Calendar for happenings each day and the Stuff To Do page for more ideas.  Also check our Spring Break Camp and drop-in childcare posts. Here are some special happenings to consider:


Dallas Arts District Spring Break Kickoff
Saturday March 7, 10am-4pm
the Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Klyde Warren Park will host special activities like family yoga, scavenger hunts, art-making, guided tours and more! We will also feature outdoor musicians sponsored by The Dallas Foundation. And it’s all FREE!

Heard Museum
March 7: zip line day and family canoe
March 9-13: Discounted admission & animal encounters

Heritage Farmstead Staycation
March 10 & 11, 10am-2pm
Enjoy a self guided tour of the property at your own pace while experiencing hand-on activities and a daily demonstration. Activities include chicken feeding, tractor driven wagon rides, games of the past, plowing & planting, school house visit, milking the cow, clothes washing and dish washing.  Registration required, closes March 8.

Dallas Museum of Art
March 10-13, 11am-5pm
free art-making activities, family tours, story times, and gallery explorations

Crow Collection of Asian Art
March 10 – 14, 10am-3pm
experience a featured color every day as you draw, write poetry, create art, listen to stories, practice yoga, contribute to a sand rangoli, participate in a tour, and explore the galleries as a family.

Nasher Sculpture Center
March 8, 10 – 15, 11am-2pm
half-price admission and family activities in the galleries. Sketch, Scavenger Hunt, Block Challenges and more.

Dallas Holocaust Museum
March 9-13, 11am-noon
The special exhibit, The Wartime Escape, depicts the journey that saved Curious George and his creators.  Participate in a week of fun events designed for children 4-9 years of age. All activities are age appropriate.  Participation is free for children under 9. Admission of $8 is required for adults. RSVP by email to [email protected]

Texas Discovery Gardens
March 9-13, 11am-3:30pm
Each day of the week has a special nature theme. With 20 activities and 15 crafts throughout the week, you can keep coming back with fun new experiences all week long.

Perot Museum
March 7-14
Extended hours, Sherlock Holmes exhibit, 3D films (DEEPSEA Challenge (opening week), Galapagos 3D, Robots 3D, Tornado Alley 3D), Discovery Days on Saturday 3/14, Storytime Under the Stars on Monday 3-9 and more!  If you’re not a member make sure you purchase your tickets online before you go – they will sell out!

Amazing Jake’s
Enjoy 3 hours of unlimited rides, attractions and non-ticket video games plus their buffet for $16.99/person (or all day for $21.99).  Tickets must be purchased online by March 8th  and used March 6th-March 15th.

Visit their website for info on daily specials.

Plano Super Bowl
Sign up for their email club to get a free hour of bowling when you purchase an hour.

Go see a movie on Discount Day – Tuesdays!  Big Hero 6, Into The Woods, Night at the Museum, Annie & Strange Magic are playing.

Main Event Entertainment
Plano, Frisco
Monday Night Madness. Choose from three great specials for $9.95 each: Enjoy all you can play activities, unlimited video games, or get $20 FUNcard good for food and fun.

Dave and Busters
Check their website for daily specials

Adventure Landing
North Dallas
Check their website for daily specials and coupons

Six Flags
Opens March 7th, season passes are for sale

Zero Gravity
Opening at noon daily for Spring Break