Things to do around Dallas-Fort Worth this Thanksgiving Break
If you find yourself running short on food and patience this week, here are some ways to occupy yourself and your guests…
Take a history lesson. Learn about President Kennedy's legacy to commemorate the 60-year anniversary of his assassination in Dallas.
- The Sixth Floor Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, except for Thanksgiving Day. The Texas Theatre is also hosting JFK-related film screenings on Wednesday.
Let it glow. Get a head start on holiday lights viewing before places start getting more crowded closer to Christmastime.
- The Light Park in Arlington and Frisco and this Harry Potter-themed forest in Little Elm are among the many holiday showcases that are already open.
Host an Olympics. Take inspiration from this family and challenge your guests to a series of fun games that can be played at home.
Adore some doors. Take a stroll through Downtown McKinney, looking for the tiny doors that delight adults and kids.
Hit the theater. This is a Thanksgiving tradition for many families. Here are the movies playing now.
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