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Hello- We're a family of four traveling to Dallas at the end of July (7/23) and would like some tips on where to go and what to see. Two things we do plan on; "Sixth Floor Museum Building" and we are taking in a Rangers bb game on 7/25. I'm considering breaking up our stay, maybe a few nights in Dallas and then onto another location, possibly Forth Worth.
I've read a few other postings about Sundance Square and the Stockyards Rodeo (kids are boys ages 6 & 12). My older son wants to do Six Flags, but I'm not reading such great things about it (and we can always to that nearer to home). Thinking about New Orleans also since I believe it's only a 4 hr drive...but thinking maybe it'll not be too kid friendly & heard humidity is unbearable mid-summer. Thanks for your advice!

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