Spring break is right around the corner! Don’t panic we have a great list of DFW spring break ideas. It’s easy to have a fun staycation when there are so many activities around the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Are your kids out of school for the week and looking for ways to keep them busy so you don’t lose your mind? Don’t worry, here is a list of free or inexpensive activities to keep the kids entertained and having fun this spring break.
DFW spring break ideas
Fort Worth Zoo
Get outside and let the kids roam free amongst the animals. Wednesdays are 1/2 price – but get there early because it get busy quickly and you’ll want to find a good parking spot.
Texas Tulip Farm
This pick your own tulip farm is a great destination that will have you feeling like you’re in Holland. Picking baskets are provided and tulips are $2.50 per stem.
Hop on the TexRail at one of the 9 stations and take the kids for a ride. Hop off at the Grapevine Station to eat lunch and walk around Main Street before boarding and heading back home.
Picnic at Grapevine Botanical Gardens
Pack a picnic and head to the Grapevine Botanical Gardens. The park has plenty of trails, ponds, flowers, picnic areas and a butterfly garden that the kiddos will enjoy.
The Modern Fort Worth
Head to The Modern on Monday, March 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. when the museum is FREE for all guests. Plus The Modern Grill on the Cafe Terrance will be open and provide all children 12 and under with free hot dogs and bag of chips.