Three Dallas Attractions You Can Visit From Home

woman looking through virtual exhibits from Dallas attractions at home

We might be spending more time at home these days, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn more about our beloved city! Dallas attractions of every kind have been hard at work to create engaging virtual experiences. It is now easier than ever to explore this vibrant city from the comfort of our luxury Dallas apartments. The options for virtual visits and digital learning adventures are truly endless. Here are some fun and free ideas to get you started on your virtual visit through Dallas:  

Dallas Arboretum

Take a virtual visit around the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Dave Forehand, VP of Gardens, takes viewers on a personal tour of the arboretum’s most beautiful spots. If you’re a nature lover, you won’t want to miss this.  

Dallas Heritage Village

History buffs will love the Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park. They post regular snippets of local history on their Facebook page. This outdoor museum aims to preserve and teach the history of Dallas and North Central Texas. The grounds are home to a collection of 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes.  

Nasher Sculpture Center

If you love art, you’ll love exploring the Nasher Sculpture Center from the comfort of your living room. You can learn more about their modern and contemporary sculptures by viewing their collection online, following the #NasherfromHome hashtag on social media, and accessing online events and activities through their email newsletter.  

After visiting these Dallas attractions, you can also join these book clubs for at-home entertainment. If you’re interested in making Radius Turtle Creek your new home, we can’t wait to tell you more about our residential community! Contact us to set up a virtual or in-person tour with our office staff.  

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