Kimbell Art Museum has a beautiful collection of art as well as traveling artifacts. It is a unique and best way to encourage art. You can do research in this museum through their library. They host student learning programs as well. On becoming a member, you can enjoy the exhibition for free. They have a large collection of Asian, European, African or oceanic, ancient American and ancient arts.
Port Isabel’s tourist spot offer three main things. They are Dolphin tours, sea life center and field trips. Dolphins are the center of attraction. You can even touch the tanks and feel some of the sea creatures. You can even help them by volunteering. This place is very silent. It brings freshness to your life after playing with these sea creatures. The goal of the center is to educate people.
UNESCO has given this park the tag of World Heritage. It is a national historical park which is very famous for its culture. They offer educational field trips and you can even become a junior ranger. On Sunday, you can be a part of services. The different missions are San José, Mission Espada, Mission San Juan Capistrano and Mission Concepción. This park takes you to history.
It is the largest zoological park in the state of Texas. The zoo is on the southern part of Dallas downtown about 3 miles away from the city. It is not very big but covers 106 acres. It was set in the year 1998, in a place called Marsalis Park. It is a non-profit zoological society. It offers programs for babies, kids, and adults. Children’s aquarium is beautiful. Hippo Park is the center of attraction here. They have birds, mammals, Invertebrates, Reptiles & Amphibians.
Hamilton Pool Preserve is a natural pool in Dripping Springs that contains a 45 foot water fall creating a great swimming hole. The water is very clear and the surroundings are neat. You can go for hiking, swimming, and for exploring cavern. The preserve is crowded at times. Staff are friendly. You need to make reservations to enter the Hamilton Pool Preserve during peak summer months and follow reservation rules.