Looking for unique free weekend activities in Dallas-Fort Worth? Well, here’s a list you want to check out.
You have tried plenty of bars and all kinds of martinis and margaritas. You are a little bored. Additionally, you don’t want to break the bank this weekend and you are running out of options for exclusive enjoyable moments. To make matters worse, you are on a budget. Is there any fun and free weekend activities in Dallas-Fort Worth to enjoy?
Strangely enough, there is plenty of unique and free weekend activities in Dallas-Fort Worth!
Whether you desire to try out some unique weekend activities or you have family visiting this summer, here are some unique free weekend activities that will surprise you.
- Visit a different farmers market like Farmers Branch Farmers Market. Every Saturday and Sunday between 9:00 am -1 pm.
- Take the free bluebonnet tour at George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum available every Saturday 10:00 am-1 pm. Because there are lots of good areas for good pics, take your camera and wear a fun outfit!
- Uniquely, volunteer for different causes. Do you love furry friends? Check out these pet volunteer opportunities for free weekend activities in Dallas-Fort Worth
- Enjoy a 360 degree Dallas Skyline Tour at Klyde Warren Park, grab a book and take the Dallas Trolley. There’s no other free weekend activity in Dallas-Fort Worth as enjoyable as this!
- Moreover, check out Dallas’ pedestrian underground tunnel. Yes, really!
- Besides weekend activities, get a free tour during the week at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Additionally, you can try their free guided tour on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. To make the entire experience come together, visit the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing for a free tour of U.S.’ money manufacturing plant!
- To conclude, walk, sprint, or jug Katy Trail. Afterwards, grab a bite at Katy Trail Ice House. Unfortunately, this is not free.
Where else can you find unique weekend activities in Dallas Fort Worth?
Actually, if you visit VisitDallas.com and FortWorth.com you will find many options for money-less weekend activities. In case you didn’t find anything that inspires you or you need more free options, visit Guidelive.com‘s “things to do section” for plethora of options. Finally, if you enjoy architectural site seeing, you may want to check out metroplexbaby.com for a list of beautiful historic buildings including free tours.
Have you enjoyed any of these free weekend activities in Dallas-Fort Worth? I’m interested in hearing feedback.