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Detroit to Dallas Route Information

Travel Distance:986 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Spirit Airlines
Weekly Flights:319
Avg. Flight Duration:02.41 Hours

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Airports in Detroit

Detroit is served by Detroit Metropolitan Airport. The airport is located about 40 miles away from the city center. Also named as Detroit Metropolitan Wayne county Airport, Detroit Metropolitan Airport offers flights to a number of destinations such as New York, Paris, Boston, Toronto, Las Vegas, and more. The airport is easily accessible from the city by shuttles, taxis, and car rentals.

Explore Dallas

Dallas is a huge metropolis in Texas. The city is internationally renowned for its Gothic Revival, modern, and, postmodern architecture. Cultural hub of Northern Texas, the city is lined with several parks, performing art venues, museums, and more. Art enthusiasts must not miss out on Dallas’ many art institutions such as Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, and Crow Collection of Asian Art. Other popular landmarks here include Reunion Tower, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, Dealey Plaza, and Dallas Zoo. Dallas has a buzzing culinary scene, with eateries serving varied cuisines such as Tex-Mex, Korean, Persian, Vietnamese, Africa, and more.

Things to do in Dallas

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Located at the Dealy Plaza, the Sixth Floor Museum is dedicated to former US President John F. Kennedy. The site is supposed to be the spot from where Lee Harvey Oswald, fired the fatal bullets on 22nd November. The museum’s collection includes more than 40,000 photographs, interviews, artefacts, interpretive displays, and several award-winning videos which shed light on the life, tragic death, and legacy of the former president.

Dallas Museum of Art

The Dallas Museum of Art has an extensive collection comprising over 24,000 objects from around the world. The collection ranges from ancient artefacts to contemporary artworks from Europe, Americas, Ancient Mediterranean, Asia and Africa. Visitors will find here artworks from internationally renowned artists such as Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, Renoir, El Greco, and Edouard Manet.

Dallas World Aquarium

Dallas World Aquarium is a zoo and aquarium situated close to the historic downtown core of the city. The aquarium houses many endangered species and a vast range of marine creatures including leafy seadragons, bonnet head sharks, giant groupers, jellyfish, sea turtles, stingrays, coral, electric eels, tamarins, vampire bats, poison dart frogs, and more. The venue is an educational and enjoyable excursion for the entire family.

Best Time to Visit Dallas

The best time to visit Dallas is during spring and autumn, i.e. March-April and September-October. During these months, the temperature is ideal for sightseeing. Events such as North Texas Irish Festival, Bishop Arts Saturday Market, and Greek Food Festival of Dallas take place during this period.

Dallas Travelers' Reviews


Had the best time visiting family! Dallas is always a great time! The food,the people and the adventure options are awesome! - Marisol  Jun 20, 2021